Getting at the Truth: Responding to Difficult Questions about LDS Beliefs (Paperback)(edit)
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Difficult questions will inevitably be asked of Church members, both by sincere seekers after truth and by people whose motives are to tear down the kingdom of God. In Getting at the Truth, Robert L. Millet demonstrates that we can reach out and build bridges of understanding with those of other beliefs without compromising what we know to be true. Our responsibility to be a leavening influence in society means we cannot completely avoid the troublesome issues of our world. This book helps us put many of those issues in context, clarifying our doctrines and showing how to respond to opposition most appropriately and peacefully.
- Published: May 2004
- Pages: 208
About the Author
Robert L. Millet is Abraham O. Smoot University Professor and professor of ancient scripture at Brigham Young University. He taught with LDS Seminaries and Institutes before joining the BYU faculty in 1983.
Brother Millet has served in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as a bishop, stake president, temple worker, and member of the Church Materials Evaluation Committee. He is a popular speaker and prolific writer whose recent books include talking with God, Men of Valor, Men of Influence, Are We There Yet? and When a Child Wanders. He is a coauthor of the landmark volume LDS Beliefs: A Doctrinal Reference with Camille Fronk Olson, Andrew C. Skinner, and Brent L. Top.
Brother Millet and his wife, Shauna, reside in Orem, Utah. They are the parents of six children and grandparents of ten.
He compromises nothing and testifies of everything.
by Matthew - reviewed on May 26, 2004
I am familar with all of Millet's writings, and this is by far his best yet. It is concisely written and organized. He compromises nothing and testifies of everything. This is book is a tool to be utilized for personal use and in talking to those not of our faith.