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The Unknown God: Adam-God - Theory Or Doctrine?

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The Unknown God: Adam-God - Theory Or Doctrine?
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Publisher: Messenger Publications
ISBN/ASIN: 143825122X
ISBN-13: 9781438251226
Number of pages: 218

Description:
An LDS Bishop's Counsel to a member of his ward on the Adam-God 'theory'. Did Brigham Young teach the doctrine that God became Adam? What about Joseph Smith? What do the scriptures have to say on this subject? Includes the book "The Forgotten God" and a series of study guides on this subject.

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