So, I was sent a copy of a book written by Anthony Sweat, published by Ensign Peak, called "Mormons An Open Book (What you really want to know)".
I'm usually hesitant to get information about the gospel from any source other than the official church websites, words of the Prophet, etc., but I read through this book and found the information to be good. There were a couple of points that my husband & I questioned and thought could have been made clearer, but for the most part, this seems like a good book to refer to if you've got some questions about the Mormon church and how a lot of things work with it.
I would always suggest turning to official church information to confirm any information that you have found elsewhere about it, but I do think that the author has done a really good job of laying things out in a way that really makes sense and would help people to understand the way things work in our church.
What I really like about the book is that every page has some sort of illustration that helps to expand on or illustrate the things being explained (it reminds me a bit of a text book in that way). I also like that it will have QR codes that send you to pages on the mormon.org website that help to expand on things.
Here's a glance at a couple of pages from the book:
So, now I'm curious.
How many of you reading this are Mormons? How many are not?
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