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Mormon neo-orthodoxy

O. Kendall White

Mormon neo-orthodoxy

a crisis theology

by O. Kendall White

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Published by Signature Books in Salt Lake City, Utah .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints -- Doctrines,
  • Mormon Church -- Doctrines,
  • Mormon neo-orthodoxy

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [177]-196.

    Statementby O. Kendall White, Jr.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX8635.2 .W53 1987
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxv, 196 p. ;
    Number of Pages196
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2383887M
    ISBN 100941214524
    LC Control Number87012706

    A Nibley Quote Book Indian Origins and the Book of Mormon: Religious Solutions from Columbus to Joseph Smith Joseph Smith's New York Reputation Reexamined Joseph Smith's Response to Skepticism New Approaches to the Book of Mormon: Explorations in Critical Methodology Mormon Neo-Orthodoxy: A Crisis Theology. O. Kendall White is the author of Mormon Neo Orthodoxy ( avg rating, 13 ratings, 2 reviews) and Religion in the Contemporary South ( avg rating, /5(2).

    Mormon neo-orthodoxy. Some claim that in the lateth century, a conservative movement within the LDS Church (called “Mormon neo-orthodoxy” on the analogy of an earlier Protestant neo-orthodoxy) [92] emphasized the Book of Mormon over later revelations [93] and embraced original sin, an absolute.   Mormons were not the only persecuted religious minority of antebellum America, and Joseph Smith not the only prophet God spoke to in the heady years before the Civil War. The Book of Mormon is not even the only new work of scripture an American visionary has produced. Scholars like Lawrence Foster have been telling us these things for a long time.

    Items in the BMC Archive are made publicly available for non-commercial, private use. Inclusion within the BMC Archive does not imply endorsement. Items do not represent the official views of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or of Book of Mormon Central.   Now that Mormon Neo-Orthodoxy is the official theology of the LDS Church (The Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter-day Saints–with emphasis on the words “JESUS CHRIST”), the Church wants to get rid of any reminders of Classical Mormon Theology–even the distortion of certain elements that McConkie included in his book.


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Mormon neo-orthodoxy by O. Kendall White Download PDF EPUB FB2

In this exciting new book, O. Kendall Mormon neo-orthodoxy book, Jr., contrasts Mormon neo-orthodoxy, an emerging theological movement within the Mormon church today, with traditional Mormonism and examines the cultural context out of which Mormon neo-orthodoxy developed.

Mormon Neo-Orthodoxy: A Crisis Theology, by O. Kendall White, Jr. - free online book Mormon "I guess I’m an Evangelical-Mormon then", by "Steve" FARMS Review A Mormon Neo-Orthodoxy Challenges Cultural Mormon Neglect of the Book of Mormon Elite Religion and Common Religion, by Kaimi Wenger Orthodoxy; Is the Church de-McConkie-izing?, by R.

Gary. Mormon Neo-Orthodoxy by O. Kendall White, Jr. Chapter 5 Recent Developments. Since the late s, a new generation of theologians has taken up the banner of Mormon neo-orthodoxy. Usually more theologically sophisticated than their predecessors, they have concentrated primarily on the doctrines of human nature and salvation.

Most rank-and-file Mormons would probably scoff at the idea of such a shift occurring within the Church. But sociologist O. Kendall White noted just such a trend in his book Mormon Neo-Orthodoxy: A Crisis Theology, showing that there has been an incremental embracing of evangelical theology in Mormonism over the past half century.

Mormon Neo-Orthodoxy by O. Kendall White, Jr. Chapter 3 Traditional Mormon Theology. It was a turbulent era in American history that gave birth to Mormonism (see O’Dea; Brodie ; Bushman ).

On the one hand, it was a time of “enlightenment” and skepticism. Mormon and Protestant neo-orthodoxy generally differ on the matter of social ethics. While Mormon neo-orthodox theologians—with few exceptions, the most significant of whom is Nibley—tend to espouse a conservative political ideology with a superficial social critique, the strength of Protestant neo-orthodoxy derives from its analysis of.

Some claim that in the lateth century, a conservative movement within the LDS Church (called "Mormon neo-orthodoxy" on the analogy of an earlier Protestant neo-orthodoxy) emphasized the Book of Mormon over later revelations and embraced original sin, an absolute, eternal, and unchanging God, a pessimistic assessment of human nature, and a.

Mormon Neo-Orthodoxy by O. Kendall White, Jr. Chapter 2 Protestant Neo-Orthodoxy. At the hands of its most articulate, rigorous, and celebrated theologians—Karl Barth, H. Emil Brunner, and Reinhold Niebuhr—Protestant neo-orthodoxy affirms divine sovereignty, human contingency, and the necessity of salvation by grace.

All the book did, I think, was note the role of Neo-Orthodoxy in emphasizing a more conservative (or traditional or orthodox) approach to Christian theology (rejecting both liberal and fundamentalist approaches); then note how LDS doctrine moved from the mildly liberal flavor one finds in some LDS thinkers in the early 20th century (Widtsoe and.

You interpret the Book of Mormon’s statement ‘after all we can do’ to mean ‘inspite of all that we can do.’ I would suggest that it relates to the larger picture in the Book of Mormon that prevenient grace, or that grace that we are given prior to any act of willing or doing, is the necessary condition for.

Get this from a library. Mormon neo-orthodoxy: a crisis theology. [O Kendall White, Jr.] -- This book describes a contemporary theological development in Mormonism--which I have called Mormon neo-orthodoxy--and examines the cultural milieu out of which it emerged.

Affirming the fundamental. Book of Mormon Gold Plates; Book of Mormon as Scripture; Book of Mormon Issues; Joseph Smith and the Book of Mormon; Witnessing Using the Book of Mormon; Church Issues. News in the Church; Are Mormons Christians.

Church Policy; Church Culture; Church Finances; Church Related Articles; Dating a Mormon; Doctrine and Covenants / Pearl of Great. Kendall White, Jr., Mormon Neo-Orthodoxy: A Crisis Theology.

Salt Lake City: Signature Books, xxv + pp. $ A Mormon Neo-Orthodoxy Challenges Cultural Mormon Neglect of the Book of Mormon: Some Reflections on the "Impact of Modernity" Reviewed by Louis Midgley I am particularly interested in the impact of. Review of Mormon Neo-Orthodoxoy: A Crisis Theology (), by O.

Kendal White Jr. BYU ScholarsArchive Citation Midgley, Louis () "A Mormon Neo-Orthodoxy Challenges Cultural Mormon Neglect of the Book of Mormon: Some Reflections on the “Impact of Modernity”," Review of Books on the Book of Mormon – Vol.

6: No. 2, Article Mormon neo-orthodoxy: A crisis theology Paperback – January 1, by O. Kendall White (Author) › Visit Amazon's O. Kendall White Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author.

Learn about Author Central. O Author: O. Kendall White. Neo-Orthodoxy was intended to remedy this theological crisis initiated by liberal theology. This is kind of a high-level summary. You'll get more detail if you read the online book, of course.

I found the material in Chapter Two on Protestant Neo-Orthodoxy especially readable, addressed as it is (in this book. The Book of Mormon has the answer. Exceptional Mormon Metaphysics –– Magic Realism.

Mormon Neo-Orthodoxy is about forgetting what took so long to remember, Robert Millet is the foremost authority on remembering to forget all the that stuff that made Mormons oh so unique.

The Parable of the Bicycle teaches you that you can only get so far, and Christ makes up the difference. The problem with this is there are tons of scriptures that make it very clear that there is only one name under heaven whereby man can be saved (Note that your own name is not in that scripture) and that we must rely WHOLLY upon the merits of him who is mighty to save.

Book of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants, Pearl of Great Price by. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. avg rating — 25, ratings.

Mormon Neo Orthodoxy: A Crisis Theology by. Kendall White. avg rating — 13 ratings. score:and 2 people voted. Both Community of Christ and LDS Church accept the Book of Mormon as a second canon of scripture and views it as an additional witness of Jesus Christ that complements the Bible.

Community of Christ publishes two versions of the book through its official publishing arm, Herald Authorized Edition is based on the original printer's manuscript and the Second Edition (or "Kirtland. It’s interesting to note that, while White admits that Mormon neo-orthodoxy is a valid form of Mormonism, he’s not in favor of it.

On the other hand, Robert Millet, past dean of Religious Education at Brigham Young University, argues that the neo-orthodox movement is a positive trend and more in line with the teachings found in the Book of.Of particular interest to some is what is perceived to be a "reconstruction of Mormon doctrine," a movement on the part of the Church away from a traditional view of God, man, and salvation, toward a radical "progressive theology." O.

Kendall White has described what he calls a type of "Mormon neoorthodoxy.".WHITE, MORMON NEO-ORTHODOXY (MIDGLEY) notions of sin and dependence upon deity that are found in the Book of Mormon and in the early revelations to Joseph Smith. But, according to White, a cultural or social crisis has unfortunately caused a movement, which he labels "Mormon neo-orthodoxy," that rejects "faith in man." White describes this.