10 Influential LDS Books Each Summarized in One Sentence

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.

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