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In 21 Principles, Elder Scott encourages us to search for true principles as we seek spiritual knowledge, explaining that principles are concentrated truth, packaged for application to a wide variety of circumstances. He teaches that, as we resolutely follow correct principles, we forge a strength of character that will be a resource in times of need. True principles make decisions clear even under the most confusing of circumstances. Elder Scott testifies that it is worth great effort to organize the truth we gather into simple statements of principle. In this short book he describes 21 principles he has identified through his study of the gospel and his experiences, hoping to assist readers in their gospel study and their search for principles to apply in their lives. 21 Principles is accessible, profound, and immensely practical.
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About the Author
Elder Richard G. Scott, called as a General Authority in 1977, became a member of the Quorum of the Twelve in 1988. Before his call, he’d served as president in Argentine North Mission and as a regional representative. He received a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and completed post-graduate work in nuclear engineering. He played a key role in the application of nuclear power to naval vessels and civilian power plants. He and his wife, the late Jeanene Watkins, are the parents of seven children.