Troubador Reasons to Believe

Released: 28/08/2016

ISBN: 9781785892806

Format: Hardback

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Reasons to Believe


This book is about how David and his twin brother grew up together and in their late teens embraced Mormonism. It is about how their lives were shaped by their faith . Then how twin "Robert" began to get doubts and finally fell away from the church. He has gone on to write a book against it. The author has this book in defence of his stronger than ever belief still, in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. You may be very interested in what the author has written if you're already a member of the Mormon church, more especially if you have questions or harbour doubts and would like to see why one of the twins feels betrayed, and the other doesn't, why one of them feels it is a corrupt institution, and the other believes it is the true church of Christ? Even if you're not a Mormon but a person who is intrigued by philosophy or the religions of Christianity, you will find this book fascinating, for it includes many true experiences from the authors life, his upbringing, his personal vision on the world in which we live, with compelling arguments for trusting in the divine. Lastly, David has been captivated all his life by the woods and fields of England, by fox, badger, deer and bird. By music and songs written. The legacy of all these things combined, shines through in his writings, with anecdote and parallels, contrasting the physical with the spiritual and vice versa. You will find it an open, honest and engaging read.

I was one of the first to get my hands on this book, and have been waiting for it for a while! I read it in the space of a day, since it was so good! I really felt like it was a personal revelation into the life of a man who has lived an eventful and spiritual life. All in all a good read, and I shall be requesting a signed copy from David Bridgstock as soon as I can!

by Maya

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