Classics from Tad R. Callister

Classics from Tad R Callister The Infinite Atonement Some things simply matter than others writes Robert L Millet in his foreword to this landmark book Even some doctrines though interesting and fun to discuss must take a backs

  • Title: Classics from Tad R. Callister
  • Author: Tad R. Callister
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  • Page: 185
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  • The Infinite Atonement Some things simply matter than others, writes Robert L Millet in his foreword to this landmark book Even some doctrines, though interesting and fun to discuss, must take a backseat to fundamental and foundational doctrines It is just so with the Atonement of Jesus Christ The Atonement is the central act of human history, the pivotal pThe Infinite Atonement Some things simply matter than others, writes Robert L Millet in his foreword to this landmark book Even some doctrines, though interesting and fun to discuss, must take a backseat to fundamental and foundational doctrines It is just so with the Atonement of Jesus Christ The Atonement is the central act of human history, the pivotal point in all time, the doctrine of doctrines With The Infinite Atonement, Brother Tad R Callister offers us what may be the most comprehensive, yet understandable, treatment of the Atonement in our day He thoughtfully probes the infinite scope of this great and last sacrifice, describing its power and breadth and explaining how it redeems us all Using the scriptures and the words of the prophets, Brother Callister explores the Savior s divinity and the depth of his love for mankind He explains the blessings that flow from the Atonement, providing insight into the resurrection, repentance, and the gifts of peace, motivation, freedom, grace, and exaltation He explains the relationship of justice and mercy and the importance of ordinances Through discussing the effects of the fall of Adam and our individual sins, he reminds us in a powerful way of the incalculable debt of gratitude we owe Christ for his unparalleled offering An attempt to master this doctrine requires an immersion of all our senses, all our feelings, and all our intellect, Brother Callister writes, Given the opportunity, the Atonement will invade each of the human passions and faculties.The Atonement is not a doctrine that lends itself to some singular approach, like a universal formula It must be felt, not just figured internalized, not just analyzed.The Atonement of Jesus Christ is the most supernal, mind expanding, passionate doctrine this world or universe will ever know With clarity, testimony, and understanding, The Infinite Atonement teaches us rich and wonderful truths about this doctrine of doctrines and elevates our spirits as we contemplate the perfect love of Him who gave all that we might receive all.The Inevitable Apostasy What happened to Christ s Church Did it survive Christ s death Or was it lost, and if so, is it present on earth today Author Tad R Callister has delved deeply into the writings of both early Christian writers and Latter day Saint leaders to present thirteen evidences that Christ s Church fell into apostasy, including the loss of the apostles, revelation, priesthood, miracles, scriptures, and gifts of the Spirit, and the corruption of the doctrinal teachings and holy ordinances But beyond just presenting the evidence of a great apostasy and the need for a heavenly restoration, the author explores the equally important questions of why Why was an apostasy inevitable Why were the teachings of such basic doctrines as the nature of God, the Fall of Adam, baptism, grace and works, and marriage corrupted and changed Why were the ordinances of the sacrament and the temple altered, and in some cases lost Why was Christ s Church not immediately restored to the earth Why is it important to understand the doctrine of the apostasy and the restoration Brother Callister invites the reader to test this book with an open mind, to analyze its historical accuracy, to verify the scriptural authenticity, to contemplate its underlying rationale, and, most of all, to sincerely ask God for a spiritual confirmation as to whether or not there was an apostasy of Christ s Church, followed by a restoration in modern times As I personally exercised that prerogative, the answer was clear and profound The apostasy was inevitable and the promised restoration did happen in the spring of 1820 when the boy Joseph Smith asked God the Father essentially, What happened to Christ s Church

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