Zion in Our Time

TitleZion in Our Time
Year for Search1980
AuthorsChristenson, James A.
Date Published1980
PublisherCenter for Zionic Studies
Place PublishedIndependence, MO
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

How to build a new Zion of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, now known as the Christian Community. The five principles of the law of the celestial kingdom are Assistance, Cooperation, Providence, Equality, and Endowment (129-29). Includes a “Concordance of Scriptures on Zion–Bible” (150-55), “Scriptures re Sion” (155-56), “Scriptures on Zion–Book of Mormon” (156-57), and “Scriptures on Zion–Doctrine and Covenants” (157-61).  

Holding Institutions

DLC, MoU-St, PSt

Author Note

The author is a lawyer and was one of the founders of the Harvest Hills community in Independence, MO, which is used in the book as an example of a Zionic community.

Full Text

1980 Christenson, James A. Zion in Our Time. Independence, MO: Center for Zionic Studies with an “Introduction” by R. Edwin Brown (vii-xiii). DLC, MoU-St, PSt

How to build a new Zion of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, now known as the Christian Community. The five principles of the law of the celestial kingdom are Assistance, Cooperation, Providence, Equality, and Endowment (129-29). Includes a “Concordance of Scriptures on Zion–Bible” (150-55), “Scriptures re Sion” (155-56), “Scriptures on Zion–Book of Mormon” (156-57), and “Scriptures on Zion–Doctrine and Covenants” (157-61).  The author is a lawyer and was one of the founders of the Harvest Hills community in Independence, MO, which is used in the book as an example of a Zionic community.