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Topic: Adoption

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    The Lord Will Redeem His People: Adoptive Covenant and Redemption in the Old Testament

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    Lane, Jennifer C., “The Lord Will Redeem His People: Adoptive Covenant and Redemption in the Old ... His People: Adoptive Covenant and Redemption in the Old Testament Jennifer C. Lane   Jennifer C. Lane ... covenants are the means by which individuals, or Israel as a people, are “adopted” into a new relationship ...

    From Sperry Symposium Classics: The Old Testament

    Adoption and Atonement: Becoming Sons and Daughters of Christ

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    Brian K. Ray, "Adoption and Atonement: Becoming Sons and Daughters of Christ," ... Olsen; courtesy of Leo and Annette Bues.  Adoption and Atonement: Becoming Sons and Daughters of Christ ... The judge had just finalized the adoption of our two baby boys, and we headed out into the winter cold ...

    From RE 6, no. 3 (2005) of The Religious Educator

    Herman du Toit

    William Dyce. In his painting  St.  John Leading   Home His Adopted Mother  (fig. 2), we see the Apostle John leading away his newly adopted mother, Mary, in accordance with the Lord’s final commission to His beloved disciple for   Fig. 2. William Dyce,  St. John Leading Home His Adopted Mother, ca. 1840. Courtesy ...

    Israel, the Mormons and the Land

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    Israel. They simply regard themselves as Israel in a new stage of its history (the process of “adoption ... the doctrine of “adoption,” there is the difficulty of finding a verifiable physical genealogical connection ... Mormons came or into whom they had been “adopted.” All this means that the millennialism of the Prophetic ...

    “A Slave of Christ Jesus”: Ancient Slavery as a Biblical Metaphor for Salvation

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    officially adopted the slave as a legal heir to the family estate. [34] Thus, the slave has ritually ... be fully adopted as a son of the master. [61] This act would cancel all previous debts and establish a father-son relationship in his new paterfamilias. [62] Finally, the adoption would lead to the natural ...

    From Selections from the 2003 Religious Education Student Symposium

    In the Hands of the Potter: The Crucibles of Light

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    else will be adopted, until you are like the passive clay in the hands of the Potter... ...

    From Joseph and Hyrum--Leading as One

    14. Historical Highlights of LDS Family Services

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    main branches of the Church’s social services efforts—Adoption, Youth Guidance, and Indian ... During Bush’s time as commissioner, adoption services went national, and LDS Social Services was represented on the National Council for Adoption. Bush was succeeded by Larry L. Whiting in September ...

    From Salt Lake City: The Place Which God Prepared

    Educated Guessing: A Student’s Perspective on Misguided Apologetics

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    is the misguided tendency of some Church members to adopt loaded theological terminology to represent our beliefs. ... adopted Platonic terminology in an attempt to make the gospel more intelligible to the Hellenized world, ... that are only similar to real, unadulterated doctrines? Why are we even tempted to adopt models such as Social ...

    From Selections from the 2004 Religious Education Student Symposium

    Chapter 1: The Setting

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    The Adoption of Christianity In AD 1000 the Icelandic National Parliament (the Althing) held its annual ... that the parliament officially adopted Christianity as Iceland’s national religion. [4] This development proved to be the most consequential religious event in the history of Iceland. The official adoption of Christianity ...

    From Fire on Ice: The Story of Icelandic Latter-day Saints at Home and Abroad

    The Original Joseph Smith Building

    Religious Education Review Article

    it an auditorium and favored individual theater chairs. The board adopted a compromise: there would be long benches ...

    From Winter 2008

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