Remembrance central theme of May LDS nonfiction releases

May RadiantMembers of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints covenant to always remember Jesus Christ. This month’s LDS nonfiction releases are well-suited to help readers do just that.

Enslaved-to-Saved_978-1-4621-1604-1“Enslaved to Saved:
The Metaphor of Christ as Our Master”

by W. Reid Litchfield
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Who is your master: sin or the Savior? This well-researched book explores the cultural and political background of slavery during the time of Christ and what it implies for our modern-day commitment to the Lord. Thought-provoking and insightful, this book will strengthen your relationship with and faith in the Savior.


“Doubt Your Doubts: Seeking Answers to Difficult Gospel Questions”Doubt-Your-Doubts_9781462115921
by Chad P. Conrad
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Why don’t women hold the priesthood? How should we deal with homosexuality? What about evolution? Even your toughest gospel questions can become testimony-builders with this timely and informative book. Unafraid to address hot-button issues, this is an eye-opening read that will strengthen your faith, help you confront controversial topics, and find answers you can apply to your everyday life.


Remember-Web_9781462114658“Remember: Sacred Truths We Must Never Forget”
by Alonzo L. Gaskill
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Life has a way of making us forget the timeless truths of eternity, especially when we get caught up in the tasks of today. Join popular author, speaker, and scholar Alonzo Gaskill in this enlightening examination of the most oft-forgotten doctrines that lead to eternal life. Inspiring and informative, this is a must-read book for all.