“Books to Build Faith”

The latest issue of the Maxwell Institute’s Insights newsletter (32/1) contains an article by yours truly entitled “Books to Build Faith,” in which I recommend four specific volumes that I find exceptionally “faith-promoting”:

http://maxwellinstitute.byu.edu/publications/insights/?vol=32#=1&id;=984

The same issue also contains an interesting little article on the etymology of a Book of Mormon toponym (“What’s in a Name? Sebus”) by Professor Paul Hoskisson:

http://maxwellinstitute.byu.edu/publications/insights/?vol=32#=1&id;=985

And this is followed by an announcement of the names, affiliations, and academic specialties of the “Nibley Fellows, 2011-2012″:

http://maxwellinstitute.byu.edu/publications/insights/?vol=32#=1&id;=988

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“Elder Holland calls on Christians to unite to counter trends harming faith, family, and religious freedom”
“The Implications of Past-Tense Syntax in the Book of Mormon”
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