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Dennis B. Horne. Salt Lake City, Utah: Eborn Books, 2005. Hardbound, 6×9″, 420 pages.
“Determining Doctrine: A Reference Guide for Evaluating Doctrinal Truth is a remarkable compilation of statements and quotations from Church leaders and scholars dealing with doctrinal evaluation. Drawing from a wide range of interesting and authoritative sources, this work provides explanation and comment on the full scope of subjects and issues relating to the determination of true doctrine for Latter-day Saints. These include selected materials examining the following as they affect doctrine: The Scriptures or standard works; Prophets and apostles, the living oracles; Church Correlation; Gospel Knowledge; Scientific theories; Doctrinally oriented books; False doctrine and apostasy. Also scattered throughout this reference guide are many previously unpublished and little-known excerpts selected from the correspondence of a number of Church leaders and scholars, including Harold B. Lee, Joseph Fielding Smith, Bruce R. McConkie, and Hugh Nibley.” If you’re a collector of Mormon books you’ll enjoy chapter one: “Church Books.”