Happy new year! As LDS Church Gospel Doctrine teachers and students embark on a study of the Old Testament, we hope many will navigate their journey using our Gospel Doctrine supplemental reading. Readers may particularly enjoy our Prophets and Prophecies of the Old Testament and John Gee’s Introduction to the Book of Abraham.
Our books will include these:
- Reid L. Neilson and Wayne D. Crosby, Lengthening Our Stride: Globalization of the Church
- Donald G. Godfrey, In Their Footsteps: Mormon Pioneers of Faith
- Shon D. Hopkin, ed., Abinadi: He Came Among Them in Disguise
- Debra Theobald McClendon and Richard J. McClendon, Commitment to the Covenant: Strengthening the Me, We, and Thee of Marriage
- Ann M. Madsen and Shon D. Madsen, Opening Isaiah: A Harmony
- LaMond Tullis, Martyrs in Mexico: A Mormon Story of Revolution and Redemption
- Richard O. Cowan, The Los Angeles Temple: A Beacon on a Hill
- Richard E. Bennett, ed., The Journey West: The Mormon Pioneer Journals of Horace K. Whitney with Insights by Helen Mar Kimball Whitney
- Eric D. Huntsman, Lincoln H. Blumell, and Tyler J. Griffin, eds., Thou Art the Christ: The Person and Work of Jesus in the New Testament (47th Annual Sidney B. Sperry Symposium)
- Bruce A. Van Orden, “We’ll Sing and We’ll Shout”: The Life and Times of William W. Phelps
Upcoming issues of the Religious Educator will feature articles such as Elder Tad R. Callister’s talk on the power of principles, Jenny Reeder’s paper on the importance of incorporating women’s voices in teaching history, and John Thomas’s insights on missionary use of the Book of Mormon around the turn of the twentieth century.
We hope these publications will be enriching and inspiring, and we hope you find as much joy reading them as we do!