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Post Date: 18th Jul, 2014 - 2:29am / Post ID: #

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Comments: Yes he does site Endershiem and Farrar. (Look in the chapter's end notes) Talmadge was an academic so I am pretty sure that he would not have committed plagiarism. Talmadge used a lot of sources from non-LDS authors.

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18th Jul, 2014 - 4:28pm / Post ID: #

Talmage Christ Jesus

We do realize Jesus the Christ was actually Talmages version of the class(Es) he taught. I would expect he would have many sources for it because you aren't teaching your view, you are teaching what others taught on Christ. The Church wanted him to put in down into a book (Have there own LDS version/view point).

21st Jul, 2014 - 10:20am / Post ID: #

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I read the book years ago, and I was very impressed. I do not think that it is perfect. It has its problems, but taken as a whole it is very insightful and very informative. One of the problems, as was previously mentioned, is that he completely ignores the JST, which McConkie relies upon heavily. But to say that it is basically a redo of Edersheim's book is a gross over-simplification that ignores the very heavy influence of LDS doctrine and viewpoint in the book. Again, I would not call it official doctrine, but it comes highly recommended, which it is why it is still published by Deseret Book and on the list of approved reading for missionaries.

21st Jul, 2014 - 4:33pm / Post ID: #

Page 3 Talmage Christ Jesus

Like any other book, its the author's interpretation of scripture. Its not doctrine and shouldn't be take as such.

22nd Jul, 2014 - 11:36am / Post ID: #

Talmage Christ Jesus

Well for years I thought it was a great book until I finished the 26 or 27 volumes of the Journal of Discourses and having read all the early brethren's conference talks (Regarded as scripture) then you come to realize that the early brethren had a radically different doctrinal view of the Savior then we have today. At this point I totally disregard the book Jesus the Christ as a correct book. My interpretation is just like that of Joseph Smith, Brigham Young, W.Woodruff, Hebert C.Kimball etc Which is not being taught from the pulpit anymore.... I guess they were teaching false doctrines?

Post Date: 16th Sep, 2015 - 3:50pm / Post ID: #

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Landmark Book 'Jesus the Christ' Honored at Century Milestone

The Church History Library of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is marking the 100th anniversary of the first publication of the book Jesus the Christ with an exhibit that began September 8, 2015. Ref. Source 3u

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