The Great Apostasy: Considered in the Light of Scriptural and Secular History
Elder James E. Talmage, an apostle of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, makes a survey of the Latter-day Saint view of the Great Apostasy. The book's subtitle states that it is a study "considered in the in the light of scriptural and secular history," and includes a discussion of the establishment of Christ's church in the meridian of time, the predictions and causes of its apostasy, or falling away, and the restoration of Christ's church in the Latter-days by a modern prophet.
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Reviewer: Steven - July 22, 2014
Subject: Great reading of a Scholarly Work
The reader was excellent! The work itself is a scholarly view of the history of the Christian church, from its original establishment by Christ himself, then showing through scriptural and historical records how that church became apostate and changed the teachings and ordinances, and finishing with the restoration of the Church in this dispensation. Well worth the time to listen to.