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Contents Acknowledgments Introduction: Hard Questions, Prophetic Answers: Doctrinal Perspectives on Difficult Religious Issues Chapter One: The Balance of Family, Profession, Church, and Self: Can a Perfect Balance Be Achieved? Chapter Two: Anger, Contention, and the Counsel of Prophets: "Can Ye Be Angry and Not Sin?" Chapter Three: Depression, Sin, and the Latter-day Saints: Is Mental Illness a Sin or a Sickness? Chapter Four: Marriage, Family, and the Question of Divorce: Is Divorce the Answer to a Faltering Marriage? Chapter Five: Same Sex Attraction: A Restoration Perspective-Is Homosexual Behavior a Sin, Sickness, or an Honest Expression? Chapter Six: Healing the Brokenhearted and the Question of Abuse: Can a Person Who Has Been Abused be Healed? Chapter Seven: Wars, Rumors of Wars, and the Latter-day Saints: Is It Possible to Reconcile War With the Teachings of Jesus Christ? Chapter Eight: Is the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints a Christian Religion?
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Doctrines Miscellanea, Christian ethics Mormon authors Miscellanea