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Angel Children: Doctrinal Perspectives on the Salvation of Little Children

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After losing her own child, Mary V. Hill had a unique perspective on the doctrine found in Moroni that little children have no need of baptism. In Angel Children Mary presents a careful study of this doctrine by combining scriptures and the words of modern prophets. She offers a close examination of the Savior s love and mercy toward those who die before reaching the age o ...more
Paperback, 90 pages
Published May 1st 2009 by Horizon (first published June 1973)
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Veronica Andrew
The author didn't have a whole lot of original thought in this book, even though it was about her own experience. It's full of a LOT of quotes and article excerpts from talks from general authorities. She piggy backs off of their own thoughts/revelation. I actually felt bad after reading it. My three year old son drowned this past summer and I felt sooooo terrible after reading about how if my husband and I don't live up to every bit of worthiness blah blah blah, then our son will be "adopted" b ...more
This particular book wasn't helpful to me. It seems to be a great book for anyone that has lost a child that has little information about the gospel and the plan of salvation. I would be interested in other people's thoughts about it but would never suggest it to someone I know.
I'm grateful for the insights I got from this book. Although I have the gospel and knowledge of the truth, this book refined much of that knowledge through quotes and scriptures. I marked much of it and will be looking through it again.
I love this book. It has compiled church doctrine on the death of children, into one place. It has helped me understand death as it relates to the gospel, and I am so glad that Families are forever. I love you Elaine!
This book was one we acquired after the death of our second son, Justin. What a blessing it was to have reaffirmed our knowledge that he has a place in the Kingdom of our God.
This book is great. I have given it to a few people who have lost babies, and they have been grateful for it. Such a great insight and such hope.
I loved the parallels this book tried to draw with church doctrine. It is something I was wondering about a lot after our loss.
Our grandson lived for only 3 precious hours. A friend of a friend sent this sweet little book to us & it was comforting to read.
It's hard to write a review of this book. It is comforting and has a lot of great reminders about the gospel of Jesus Christ.
an eye opening must read regardless if you can relate from personal experience
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