by R. Clayton Brough
Topics: Abortion, Abuse, Adultery, AIDS, Astrology, Birth Control, Capital Punishment, Cards, Children, Church and State, Civil Laws, Cola and Soft Drinks, Communism, Constitutional Government, Cremation, Crime, Dancing, Dating, Debt, Divorce, Dress Standards, Drugs, Education, Energy Conservation, Evironmental Cleanliness, Equal Rights Amendment, Evil Practices and Witchcraft, Evolution, Fasting, Food Storage, Gambling, Home and Family Life, Homosexuality, Hunting and Treatment of Animals, Husbands and Fathers, Marriage, Media, Movies and Television, Military Service, Missionary Service, Mother in Heaven, Music, Parenthood, Peace, Political Parties and Voting Responsibilities, Pornography, Profanity and Vulgarity, Public Prayer and References to God, Revelation on the Priesthood, Right to Work Laws, Sabbath Day Observance, Sex Education, Sexual Morality and Immorality, Suicide, Taxes, Tithing, War and Weapons, Welfare and Work, Women and Motherhood, Word of Wisdom, World Religions
Teachings of the Prophets fills the ongoing need for quick, easy access to recent statements of LDS leaders on important topics–those subjects which come up frequently in family discussions, Church classes, and members’ dialogues with LDS and non-member friends. The author assembled 62 major subject headings and then researched extensively to identify statements on those subjects.
Teachings of the Prophets is not commentary or interpretation, nor is it comprised of selective partial quotes. It is the exact, full statement on the particular referenced topic as it appeared, or if the citation is not available for independent publication, it is a precise summation of the statement’s meaning and location. Many of the cited quotations are not well-known or readily accessible in other Church publications, so this collection will save considerable time and effort for the user. This is an excellent reference book to add to an individual’s library of essential books on the Restored Gospel.
R. Clayton Brough holds a Master of Science degree in Geography from Brigham Young University. For many years he has taught Junior High School geography and has been a climatologist and weathercaster for KTVX-TV in Salt Lake City, Utah. He has lectured extensively and written several books and articles on geography and climatology. He is also the author of six books dealing with LDS theology: His Servants Speak, They Who Tarry, Our First Estate, The Lost Tribes, Understanding Patriarchal Blessings and Scientific Support for Scriptural Stories.
6″ x 9″ hardback