Planted offers those who struggle—and those who love them—practical ways to stay planted in the gospel of Jesus Christ.
With its wealth of thought-provoking questions and discussion, this invaluable resource will help readers delve deeply into gospel doctrine, engaging in scripture study in a way that enlightens the mind and expands the heart.
KnoWhys are short, well-illustrated, popular essays about one or more points of interest in Book of Mormon text. The Know portion offers information you may not have known. The Why portion discusses its relevance or significance.
For struggling members, or family and friends of struggling members, this is the “go-to” book for understanding the emotional turmoil that accompanies testimony-damage, and provides answers and resources to assuage the doubts which may impede faith.
Questioning is not the problem, according to authors Terryl and Fiona Givens. “After all,” they write, “the Restoration unfolded because a young man asked questions.” The difficulty arises when questions are based on flawed assumptions or incorrect perceptions, which can “point us in the wrong direction, misdirect our attention, or constrain the answers...
Why Would Anyone Join the Mormon Church? answers many of the questions asked by those seeking for the truth. This work presents plain and precious doctrines once lost to the children of men, but since restored through latter-day prophets. A great resource for missionaries. It will help answer the most common questions asked by investigators.
A Reason for Faith was written to do just as the title implies, provide reasons for faith by offering faithful answers to sincere questions.
On August 17 at the “Chiasmus Jubilee” Daniel C. Peterson presented a new festschrift volume to Jack Welch. "Festschrisft" is a late 19th century word for a collection of writings published in honor of a scholar.
In Humble Apologetics John G. Stackhouse brings his wide experience as a historian, philosopher, journalist, and theologian to these important questions and offers surprising--and reassuring--answers.
The LDS claim to be the Restoration of the original church founded by Jesus Christ, and therefore they accept the Bible as sacred scripture, revealed to the ancient apostles and prophets. Using the King James Bible, Chamberlain has presented a comprehensive and well-documented argument to back up this claim.
This is an eye-opening read that will strengthen your faith, help you confront controversial topics, and find answers you can apply to your everyday life.