With hundreds of new books published each year by LDS authors, it’s impossible to keep up with the best in LDS writing. So we’ll make it easy on you: Here are 15 of the most popular LDS books ever, summarized in just a sentence each.
1. Jesus the Christ, by James E. Talmage (1915)
A classic text on the life and ministry of the Savior, “Jesus the Christ” is a doctrinal study that was commissioned by the first presidency and written by Talmage in a council room in the Salt Lake Temple.
2. Believing Christ, by Stephen E. Robinson (1992)
Featuring the central doctrines of mercy, justice and salvation by grace — the real “good news” of the gospel — “Believing Christ” uses scriptures and relatable real-life experiences to illustrate the power of the Savior.