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All Things New: Rethinking Sin, Salvation, and Everything in Between Paperback – 1 December 2020

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  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Faith Matters Publishing (1 December 2020)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 191 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1953677002
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1953677006
  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 12.7 x 1.78 x 20.07 cm
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A work of restoration itself, this book refocuses, refines, and heals Latter-day Saint understanding of the condition of the human soul. Through a succinct review of the Christian doctrinal legacy, the Givenses orient readers and prepare us to understand their assessments on how Latter-day Saint doctrine is distinct and why that matters. Written with the beauty, intelligence, and literary allusion that grace the Givenses other books, All Things New is a feast to satisfy today s spiritual hungers. - --Kate Holbrook, Managing Historian, Church History Department

All Things New is a game changer. Terryl and Fiona first trace how unhealthy ideas found their way into our religious vocabulary, and then offer us a more joyful, spiritually healthy way to view and internalize the gospel of Jesus Christ. I can t wait to share this with family and friends. - --Steve Young, Founder of Forever Young Foundation, NFL Hall of Famer

It's long past time for us to think more deeply, bravely, and creatively about what love, grace, sin, and justice mean in light of the Restoration. And, equally, it's long past time for us to break with the traditional Christian grammars of original sin and retributive justice as we do so. All Things New is important work of just this kind. - --Adam S. Miller, author of Letters to a Young Mormon and An Early Resurrection

About the Author

Fiona and Terryl Givens have co-authored three other books: The God Who Weeps, The Christ Who Heals, and The Crucible of Doubt. A New York native, Terryl Givens did his graduate work in intellectual history (Cornell) and comparative literature (UNC Chapel Hill). Now Neal A. Maxwell Senior Researcher at the Maxwell Institute, he is Professor Emeritus of Religion and Literature at the University of Richmond, where he held the Jabez Bostwick Chair. Givens s work has been called provocative reading by The New York Times and includes some twenty titles, including a two-volume history of Mormon thought: Wrestling the Angel, and Feeding the Flock, a history of the idea of premortal existence, When Souls Had Wings, and works on the Book of Mormon and the Pearl of Great Price. Born in East Africa and educated in Catholic boarding schools, Fiona Givens did her graduate work in European history, has taught French and German, and was a lobbyist and communications director for a non-profit. Currently a Visiting Researcher at the Maxwell Institute, she has published in Journal of Mormon History, Dialogue, Exponent II, LDS Living, and with Routledge Press. She is a frequent speaker at firesides and women s conferences.

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