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Of One Heart/Look Back at Sodom

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Hardcover, 106 pages
Published January 15th 1990 by Shadow Mountain (first published January 1990)
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Elizabeth S
Apr 06, 2008 Elizabeth S rated it it was amazing
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The "Of One Heart" portion of this book has been reprinted as "The Enoch Letters." I loved this book. I loved how Elder Maxwell used imaginary characters to demonstrate how the truths of the gospel are eternal.
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Nov 06, 2010 Timber rated it really liked it
This is my 2nd time reading these two books together. They're an easy read--uncommon for Maxwell! He takes the real events of the City of Enoch and the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah and puts them in a fictional setting, drawing on scriptural accounts to pull everything together. I enjoyed it--especially the Enoch letters. I love how Maxwell has such an awesome ability to show how to live more Christlike by telling how amazing it is, not by preaching or condemning. :)
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Mar 23, 2015 Karen rated it it was amazing
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Everybody in the world should read this book. There is nothing quite like it.
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It is a hard to find book but, worth the hunt.
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