“This will no doubt turn out to be one of the most important books for LDS members with questions.... In my view this is a watershed publication,” (Dr. Brian Hauglid, associate professor of ancient scripture, BYU; co-editor, Traditions About the Early Life of Abraham).

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This book was produced by the Foundation for Apologetic Information and Research (FAIR) www.FAIRLDS.org


            “Every person ...worried about their faith–or the faith of a loved one–should be told about this book. This book should stay in print permanently, with new editions as needed,” (Larry C. Morris, co-author, Oliver Cowdery: Scribe, Elder, Witness).


“...every bishop in the Church should have a copy of this book to aid them in dealing with challenges to the faith,” (Bill Beardall, The Gospel Doctrine Class Blog).


About Shaken Faith Syndrome
In today’s Internet world, an increasing number of Latter-day Saints are encountering anti-Mormon material. Since most members don’t have all the answers at their fingertips, LDS-critical claims can be unsettling or create doubt. Some arguments have caused a few members—even active members with strong testimonies—to lose their faith.

Backed by extensive research and decades of experience dealing with anti-Mormon allegations, Michael Ash explores how we can be both critical thinkers and devout believers.

Because misconceptions can make us vulnerable to a shaken faith, the first half of this book offers suggestions on how we can strengthen our intellectual foundations against challenging issues. Ash invites us to fortify our testimonies as we develop a more mature appreciation of the role of prophets and personal revelation, as well as a greater understanding of the inherent limitations of science, history, and even the scriptures. The second half of this book exposes common anti-LDS tactics and engages some of the most frequent criticisms.