The Restoration began in the spring of 1820, when Joseph Smith saw God the Father and Jesus Christ in a grove of trees in upstate New York. Joseph had questions, and Jesus had answers.
That was 200 years ago. As the Restoration enters its third century, the world has new questions. A loving God has answers. In Restoration, scholar and author Patrick Mason reflects on what it means for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to participate in the ongoing Restoration.
Every generation must rediscover the gospel anew, and this audiobook breathes new life into well-worn terms and phrases. What does it mean to restore Israel? How can a church with less than one percent of the world's population be true? What baggage have we picked up these past two centuries, and how do we move forward with confidence, relevance, and impact?
The Restoration was intended to bless all of our heavenly parents children, especially the marginalized and vulnerable among us. This audiobook will inspire and challenge you to rethink, recommit, and respond to God s call to the 21st-century world.