The Infinite Atonement

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Reference book for Atonement

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I first heard of this book when I read Wendy Watson Nelson's book, "What Would a Wise Women Do?" and noticed that she had several quotes from it. I then realized that it was being quoted in quite a few talks by General Authorities, including the Quorum of the Twelve, so I decided it was well worth buying. I found it to be the most in-depth and profound book I have ever read on Christ's Atonement. This book has become a reference book on the subject.

The Infinite Atonement

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This book gives an in-depth look into the meaning of atonement and it gives each person a way to look at their journey with Jesus Christ. I liked it because I was struggling and my Bishop lent me his copy but I had to order my own as there was so much that I wanted to underline or highlight as it stood out to help me through my journey. It is a book that I would recommend for new members or anybody that is having a problem and needs to understand what the atonement is about.

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I love this book! I can hardly put it down. I am learning so much about the Atonement.

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It clarifies the simplicity of using repentance to progress and prepare for eternal life. Well written and easy to understand.

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An unbelievable book! The most inspirational read I have read in years. All of us should read this book.

The Infinite Atonement by Tad McCallister

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This book comes closer to all our Standard Works than any other book I've read; with maybe one exception of 'A Marvelous Work and Wonder'. It was through the latter that my husband was converted and baptised at the age of 32 years old.

Worthy reading

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IncredibleEasy to comprehendThe Infinite Atonement is for everyone.This book was published in 2000, however it was presented by the bookstore as a new book. I feel somewhat dismayed by this, however...I'm very happy to have purchased this book.

Worthy reading

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IncredibleEasy to comprehendThe Infinite Atonement is for everyone.This book was published in 2000, however it was presented by the bookstore as a new book. I feel somewhat dismayed by this, however...I'm very happy to have purchased this book.

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