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10 thoughts on “Fathers and Sons in the Book of Mormon

  1. says:

    The Clark brothers insightfully demonstrate the powerful of influence of fathers on their sons and the importance of sons learning from both their immediate and distant generations The authors look in detail at the father son relationships found in the Book of Mormon The last father son relationship studied is God the Father and Jesus Christ, the Son They convincingly argue that one of the main themes of the Book of Mormon is that we need to learn from our fathers and come to know the covenants and promises made to our fathers In following our righteous fathers, we emulate Jesus Christ s submission to his father and become children of Christ I did find the book rather repetitive, and I wouldn t classify the book as an easy, quick read However, the repetition, served to make even apparent the themes relating to father son relationships The biggest drawback of the book is that...


  2. says:

    The book got my attention right in the preface by stating that It may be, then, that fathers need encouragement in fulfilling their divinely ordained parental role than mothers Page XVIII Still, it took me several chapters before I began to get into this book Then in the last few chapters the authors begin to pull it together showing that this same theme the father son relationship is in the Old Testament, and is intimately tied with the plan of Salvation Those last few chapters brought this book to 5 stars and made me decide that this book is worth than one reading.This book is full of meat In other words, it is quite dense Just how dense is hinted at by the footnote numbers starting over on every page This is no novel that the authors dashed off in a few months Looking at the annotat...


  3. says:

    Long book, but very interesting Makes me want to start sharing stories of my ancestors with my children.


  4. says:

    A MUST read for any father, to help enhance his ability to be a father Wonderful, wonderful book.


  5. says:

    Had some good information on the relationships of fathers and sons It also helped me to look at the Book of Mormon prophets and other individuals in the Book of Mormon in new ways.


  6. says:

    This book is not as interesting as the author s Blessings of Abraham It does come together very nicely at the end and leaves you with some powerful things to ponder.


  7. says:

    I really liked this book I don t have any children and I still found the relationships a very interesting find in the Book of Mormon I think that the authors did a great job with this book.