This is a brief article that explores the early state of affairs when the Latter-Day Saints (or Mormons) arrived in Utah. The government operated as a theocracy with Brigham Young, the Prophet, acting as the governor. Trace elements of a theocracy linger in the church's structure to this day.
The second brief article compares the thoughts and ideas of Gregory Palamas on the subject of God with that of other philosophers. It compares and contrasts the relative strengths and weaknesses of each perspective.
Started with some disjointed facts about Mormonism and then strangely transitions into a lecture on philosophy. Don't waste your money!!
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This essay lacks a clear meaningful point. An unguided pursuit of God. Seems to revere those intellectuals whom themselves were without understanding of God.
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