He then turns to the concept of grace and argues that the traditional views lead to insurmountable problems. He argues that though God does not owe any obligation to us to give us grace, God does so out of love. However, because divinity arises from loving relationships, he argues that God could not fail to give sufficient grace to all persons and remain a loving God.
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Reason to Believe. Authoring the Old Testament: Genesis—Deuteronomy. Ostler argues that Mormonism adopts a form of soteriological and epistemological Inclusivism as a solution to the latter problem. Ostler accepts the Book of Mormon as an actual historical account, but as edited and expanded in light of Joseph Smith's vocabulary and capacity for expression within his world view.
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He argues that it is a modern expansion of an ancient document. Ostler currently practices in Salt Lake City. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Maxwell Institute, Brigham Young University. I eagerly await it as I think it will demonstrate a maturity of Mormon theology in that it will take "as given" a presentation of the basics of Mormon thought. One hopes that other authors will present engagements with other major thinkers such as Heidegger, Gadamer, Derrida, or others. Further it opens up to non-Mormons a clear and lucid presentation of Mormon theology that one can't get from most other writings.
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