Mike's Reviews > Mormon Scientist: The Life and Faith of Henry Eyring

Mormon Scientist by Henry J. Eyring
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Nov 13, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: best-religious, lds-books
Read from October 20 to November 13, 2011

Not many biographies inspire me to the core the way that Mormon Scientist did. His confidence in not only his faith, but confidence in the way that science works with God not against. Everything in the universe testifies of God, Henry's testimony of this put in such logical terms was so enlightening for me.

He gives us hope and confidence in whatever educational/work pursuit that we undertake. Eyring basically states that you don't need to leave your faith at the door when going to work, let the gospel work together with your education/employment. Truth is truth and the gospel embraces eternal truth where ever the source.

I seriously can't overstate my love for the majority of this book. As a logical thinker, the way Eyring is so blunt, confident, and yet humble, I connected immediately to the way he saw the church.

Just a warning it does get boring at times, as does any biography, but if you push on through you'll find such good principles and teachings.

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