Days of the Living Christ (Volume 1)

Days of the Living Christ (Volume 1)

W. Cleon Skousen / Jul 24, 2019

Days of the Living Christ Volume Many wonderful and inspirational surprises lie within the covers of this book and its companion Volume Over Twenty five years ago Dr Skousen had concluded that just about everything connected with

  • Title: Days of the Living Christ (Volume 1)
  • Author: W. Cleon Skousen
  • ISBN: 9780916095468
  • Page: 246
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Many wonderful and inspirational surprises lie within the covers of this book and its companion, Volume 2 Over Twenty five years ago, Dr Skousen had concluded that just about everything connected with the life and mission of Jesus Christ had been written Then he began to find some scriptural treasures that had been missed Before long he was deep into a comprehensive stMany wonderful and inspirational surprises lie within the covers of this book and its companion, Volume 2 Over Twenty five years ago, Dr Skousen had concluded that just about everything connected with the life and mission of Jesus Christ had been written Then he began to find some scriptural treasures that had been missed Before long he was deep into a comprehensive study of the life and mission of the Savior that finally culminated in these two volumes Volume 1 covers the birth of Christ, His early years, the Sermon on the Mount and much of His ministry here on earth The reader will grasp a new concept of the love Jesus had for the Jewish people and also discover a whole new scriptural basis for Peter s denial of the Christ It is believed these two volumes will provide a new, dynamic, three dimensional appreciation of the Savior and those who labored with Him.

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    About "W. Cleon Skousen"

      • W. Cleon Skousen

        W Cleon Skousen 1913 2006 was a popular teacher, lecturer and author in the United States for over 40 years Born in Raymond, Alberta, Canada on January 20, 1913, Dr Skousen s growing up years were spent in Canada, Mexico, and California.At age 17 he was called to serve a two year, LDS mission to Great Britain for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints He later attended college at the San Bernardino Junior College where he was elected Student Body President.With scholarships and encouragements, he left California in 1934 to work as a government aid in Washington DC Later Dr Skousen applied and was hired as an FBI agent.Dr Skousen married his sweetheart, Jewel Pitcher of San Bernardino, California, August 1936 During the past 69 years, they have raised 8 children and are the grandparents of 50 grandchildren and over 69 great grandchildren He resided in Salt Lake City, Utah, the remainder of his life.Dr Skousen served the FBI for 16 years 1935 1951 , and worked closely with J Edgar Hoover In 1951 he was asked to join the faculty of Brigham Young University Here he headed up the Student Alumni organization In 1956 he was asked to serve as Chief of Police of Salt Lake City During his 4 year service, he also wrote his national best seller, The Naked Communist He also was the editor of the nations leading police magazine, Law And Order In 1960 he left the police force and began speaking tours around the country on the political crisis during that time period He also ran for the governors office in Utah, but narrowly missed the primaries.In 1967, Dr Skousen returned to BYU as a professor in the Religion Department He taught classes on The Book of Mormon, The Old Testament, and early LDS Church History He continued that assignment until his retirement in 1978.In 1972 Dr Skousen organized a non profit educational foundation, named The Freemen Institute Later changed to The National Center for Constitutional Studies NCCS , Dr Skousen and his staff became the nation s leading organization in teaching seminars on the Founding Fathers and the U.S Constitution His book, The Making of America has been used nation wide to educate students on the original intent of the Founders.His many books and recordings include subjects from raising boys to principles of good government, to prophetic history Listed in this web site are all the books and tapes which are still available today Dr Skousen shares a wealth of knowledge and optimism a diamond dust of exciting history and eternal principles of hope, that calms the sea in today s stormy world of seemingly chaos and uncertainty.Dr Skousen passed away peacefully in his home on January 9, 2006, of natural causes incident to age, just 11 days shy of his ninety third birthday He was lovingly surrounded by his family and wife Jewel, with whom he was anticipating their 70th wedding anniversary in August He will truly be missed by many.


    919 Comments

    1. Days of the Living Christ - volume one by Cleon Skousen is a comprehensive of the life of Christ from his birth to the Savior's last feast of the tabernacles. This book is 'typical Skousen with lots of detail related to every event in Christ's life. Skousen does make some assumptions, but generally he lets the reader know such. I found it an easy book to read, very inspirational.


    2. A very clear account of the life of Christ up until his last Feast of Tabernacles. The author clearly lays out the chronology of the New Testament gospels, but he adds very little insight and he rarely if ever cites any sources in those few places I wanted some evidence to back up his conclusions.


    3. I read this book to inquire a deeper understanding of the life of the Savior. I think Dr. Skousen adds some great insights throughout the book. Reading the New Testament was very enjoyable as a I read this scripture companion along side it. Great religion read.


    4. Changed my life and gave me an understanding of the New Testament I find absolutely priceless. Skousen makes things easy to understand and while he will get off and not-so-important detailshe's sooooo worth it.




    5. Brother Skousen is easy to read and enjoyable. He does make some assumptions. I enjoyed it - unfortunately I don't have volume 2.





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