I wanted to review three books I've recently finished (or am continuing to use in one case) that relate to this year's Come, Follow Me study of the Book of Mormon and to the focus on the Restoration ahead of April's unprecedented General Conference.
Genesis chapters 1 and 2 give the story of the creation of the world—except they actually give two accounts. In addition, Latter-day Saints have versions of those same two creation accounts in Moses chapters 2 and 3 and Abraham chapters 4 and 5. Each of them offers a different view of the creation story with unique attributes and information. Are these creation accounts something we should take literally or do we toss them out like myths, as many advocate?
How the various accounts of the First Vision enhance our understanding of that event.