What Is Mormonism All About? Answers to the 150 Most Commonly Asked Questions about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

W. F. Walker Johanson

St. Martin's Griffin

0312289626

9780312289621

Trade Paperback

240 Pages

$17.99

CAD19.99

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Organized in a simple and easy-to-read format, this book aims to answer dozens of common questions concerning the people, practices, history, and culture of the Mormon faith. Are Mormons Christians? What is the Book of Mormon? How does Mormonism contrast with the world's other religions? What exactly do today's Mormons believe?

The book offers readers of all backgrounds an accessible and informative Q&A session that covers all facets of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Although sometimes misunderstood, Mormonism is actually the fastest growing religion in the world. Johanson's clear, concise volume shows us the ideas, beliefs, and rites behind this faith.

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"Finally, a book for the general public that explains what Mormonism is all about. This book is long overdue. It should've been titled Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Mormonism but Were Afraid to Ask."—Senator Orrin Hatch

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W. F. Walker Johanson was raised in the Presbyterian, Congregationalist, and Methodist traditions. He joined the Mormon Church as a convert one month before his thirtieth birthday and has served as a bishop, a member of a stake presidency, and a gospel doctrine teacher. Johanson is the president the National Institute for Organizational Research, an expert in higher-education marketing, and an accomplished marketing strategist, writer, and public speaker. He lives in Virginia with his wife, Kerry.
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  • W. F. Walker Johanson

  • W. F. Walker Johanson was raised in the Presbyterian, Congregationalist, and Methodist traditions. He joined the Mormon Church as a convert one month before his thirtieth birthday and has served as a bishop, a member of a stake presidency, and a gospel doctrine teacher. Johanson is the president of the National Institute for Organizational Research, an expert in higher-education marketing, and is an accomplished marketing strategist, writer, and public speaker. He lives in Virginia with his wife.
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