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What do we do when someone of another faith asks us about Latter-day Saint beliefs and practices? Do we sometimes wonder what to say or how best to say it?
If so, this timely book by Robert L. Millet, former dean of Religious education at Brigham Young University, offers welcome assistance.
First, he explores principles that can guide us in responding appropriately, whether the questioner is sincerely seeking truth or has less honorable motive.
Then Brother Millet suggests answers to more than forty challenging questions, including the following:
Getting at the Truth will help us build bridges of understanding as we reach out to individuals of other faiths, whether family members, friends, neighbors, or associates in our communities.
Robert L. Millet, professor of ancient scripture and former dean of Religious Education at Brigham Young University, holds a master’s degree in psychology from BYU and a Ph.D. in religious studies from Florida State University. He is a popular speaker and prolific writer whose other books include Lost and Found: Reflections on the Prodigal Son; Grace Works; and More Holiness Give Me. He and his wife, Shauna, have six children and live in Provo, Utah.
Don’t Be Shocked
SOME GUIDING PRINCIPLES
SPECIFIC QUESTIONS AND ISSUES
“No Unhallowed Hand”