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Title: Bruce R. McConkie


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Bruce R. McConkie
  • An anti-Christ is an opponent of Christ he is
    one who is in opposition to the true Gospel, the
    true Church, and the Plan of Salvation. He is one
    who offers salvation to men on some other terms
    than those laid down by Christ.
  • (CES Book of Mormon Student Manual for
  • Religion 121 and 122, 1989, p. 87)

2
Ezra Taft Benson
  • The Book of Mormon brings men to Christ through
    two basic means. First, it tells in a plain
    manner of Christ and His gospel. It testifies of
    His divinity and of the necessity for a Redeemer
    and the need of our putting trust in Him.
  • Second, the Book of Mormon exposes the enemies of
    Christ. It confounds false doctrines and lays
    down contention. (See 2 Nephi 312) It
    fortifies the humble followers of Christ against
    the evil designs, strategies, and doctrines of
    the devil in our day. The type of apostates in
    the Book of Mormon is similar to the type we have
    today. God, with his infinite foreknowledge, so
    molded the Book of Mormon that we might see the
    error and know how to combat false educational,
    political, religious, and philosophical concepts
    of our time.
  • (A Witness and a Warning, p. 3)

3
Boyd K. Packer
  • True doctrine, understood, changes attitudes and
    behavior.
  • The study of the doctrines of the gospel will
    improve behavior quicker than a study of behavior
    will improve behavior.
  • Preoccupation with unworthy behavior can lead to
    unworthy behavior. That is why we stress so
    forcefully the study of the doctrines of the
    gospel.
  • (Little Children, Ensign, November 1986, p. 16)
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