Category Archives: Books & Writing

Thanks for Your Support

I want to express my gratitude to everyone who has taken an interest in my books.  As of the end of 2012,    you have invested in 2,314 copies of Understanding the Book of Mormon and 1,702 copies of Understanding … Continue reading

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Church Planting Insights in LDS Culture

Last fall I mentioned the Transitions curriculum, an excellent new resource to help former Latter-day Saints navigate the journey into a new faith and church life after leaving Mormonism.  I had the privilege of being involved in this fine program. … Continue reading

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“Understanding Your Mormon Neighbor” Is Now Available

My new book has now been released.  You can order it from the Utah Advance store for the best price available.  This book gives insights into Mormon life and culture that will help traditional Christians understand and relate to friends … Continue reading

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Recent Recommendation

Janis Hutchinson is a well-respected writer, author of the ground-breaking book Out of the Cults and Into the Church. Today on her web site (www.janishutchinson.com), she posted a very positive recommendation of my book Understanding the Book of Mormon. Recommended: … Continue reading

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Jesus Without Joseph Study Guide

As part of my doctoral studies, I created a curriculum designed to help former Mormons make the transition into a healthy relationship with Jesus Christ in the context of a local Christian church. This 10-week study guide is called “Jesus … Continue reading

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