Truman Madsen’s “Eternal Man”


Truman G. Madsen (d. 2009)


Truman Madsen had already had a pivotal influence, an enormous impact, on me before I arrived at Brigham Young University as an undergraduate.  And so, in particular, had his brief but profound 1966 book Eternal Man.


I’m delighted that it’s apparently available again, in both paperback and Kindle editions, and I wish a very wide readership for it.



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  • Ray Agostini

    I’ve read “Eternal Man”, and it’s a great read, but the Truman Madsen book that made the most impact on me was “Christ and the Inner Life”.

    Not a large monograph, but hardly a single paragraph not worth serious reflection, and going back to time and again.