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Although the book can be ordered through Amazon, this book is available to be read free online. MormonThink Review: I read this book online. It's a nice, historical narrative of the early LDS Church that goes into a fair amount of detail but is still easy to read. This book goes largely unnoticed by most truthseekers but worth the read. Although the book can be ordered through Amazon, the text is available online but it's worth it to get a hard copy for the great color photographs of the papyri that are not available in the online edition.
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The Book of Mormon: What Would Your Life Be Like without It?

7 New LDS Books Every Mormon Should Read

It isn't an easy task to narrow down the list of books written by prophets, apostles, and historians about the Church. The topics are varied and the viewpoints are many. However, there are certain books that have risen to the top and have stayed extremely relevant to readers over the years. Millet in his foreword to this landmark book. Tad R. He thoughtfully probes the infinite scope of this "great and last sacrifice," describing its power and breadth and explaining how it redeems us all. With clarity, testimony, and understanding, The Infinite Atonement teaches us rich and wonderful truths about this "doctrine of doctrines," and elevates our spirits as we contemplate the perfect love of Him who gave all that we might receive all.

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The Lord and his servants have consistently counseled the Saints to seek wisdom and enlarge their knowledge. The Church has behind it a great tradition of educational efforts. As early as William W. Phelps and Oliver Cowdery, himself at one time a schoolteacher, were appointed by revelation to select, write, and print material for the schools of the Church in order that the youth might receive a proper education. The same educational interest that characterized the first years of the Church continued to be demonstrated as the Church moved westward and settled the Rocky Mountain area. From Winter Quarters in December of , the Council of the Twelve issued an epistle to the Church that read in part:.

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Although some works have quasi-official status, all are the work of individual men. Classic LDS book lists will change over time. For example, with the Church's series of Teachings of the Presidents of the Church, material previously available only in classic books is available in those manuals. Most of the books below have gone through multiple editions and printings and are available in many formats. Some of these earlier editions are available free online. If no free source exists, the link will go to Deseret Book , the publisher and bookstore chain owned by the Church.

Looking for ways to strengthen your faith, searching for a pick me up, or just need a good read? These books by LDS authors will do just that. These books are all great reads that you can learn a lot from. You don't have to be LDS to volunteer with ILP but because of our values and code of conduct we have a lot of volunteers who are! Here's a quick rundown of these books. You can buy all of them online or in store at Deseret Book.

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  1. It's easy to feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of great new LDS books released each year.

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