If you said yes to any of these questions, then you are a latter-day seeker.
The purpose of this timely book is to aid you by providing essential skills to seek learning by study and faith. These chapters don't tell you what to think, but help you figure out how to think. The book aims to increase your capacity to be a disciple-scholar. Using relevant doctrinal and historical examples—coupled with engaging visuals and approaches—each chapter teaches models, steps, and frameworks to help you learn by study and faith.
|Size||7 x 9|
|Published||Deseret Book 2019|
|Audiobook Narrator||Anthony Sweat|
|Audiobook Runtime||Approximately 7 hrs|
This book feels like a handbook for navigating faith in the modern age. I would especially recommend it to teens, young adults and members whose understanding of the gospel is still formative because it teaches methods of inquiry and understanding that are flexible and expansive.
There are a few books which I wish I had read when I was a teenager including: The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, Outliers, The Power of Kindness, How Google Works, others I can't think of at the moment, and this book. It has the ability to transform ones life for the better if its advice and examples are followed. Strong spiritual habits can be developed which will increase faith and understanding in the gospel. While this book was written for a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, the principles contained in its pages would be beneficial to anyone of faith who may come across something which may make them question their faith. I believe its principles of one chapter in particular could also be applied to any student in any field where information may be coming at them from many directions as a way of categorizing the validity or veracity of the information.
I enjoyed this book so much, I read it twice in one week. I am sure I will return to it again in the future.