Navigating Mormon Faith Crisis: A Simple Developmental Map

Navigating Mormon Faith Crisis: A Simple Developmental Map Faith crisis is becoming a common term for many in the Mormon Church But what if we understood faith crisis as part of the natural cycle of spiritual growth a breaking open to make room for new life and new faith Join Thomas McConkie in a soul expanding exploration, where the latest research in developmental psychology meets the Mormon doctrine of eternal progression ❮BOOKS❯ ⚣ Rumor Has It (Texas Cattleman’s Club: A Missing Mogul Author Maureen Child – Lavons.co.uk where the latest research in developmental psychology meets the Mormon doctrine of eternal progression


About the Author: Thomas Wirthlin McConkie

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10 thoughts on “Navigating Mormon Faith Crisis: A Simple Developmental Map

  1. says:

    For my goodreads friends who know me in real life, I am not in a faith crisis Jeez I listened to a podcast with the author and I was intrigued, so I read the book I love books about psychology and religion and talking about people s religious journeys, so of course this book really appealed to me In fact, I meant to read it for about twent


  2. says:

    McConkie has written a wise and compassionate book for Mormons using his background in developmental psychology His thesis is simple eternal progression is a real thing As adults, he argues, we may experience a number of developmental stages that affect how we understand ourselves and how we see others In one stage we areinterested in appearance


  3. says:

    Brilliant and useful nearly essential for many of us to helping make sense of our experiences in the LDS faith and culture There are too many keen and helpful insights to quote, but I didn t get past the introductory pages before I felt my soul resounding, yes These are great words for how I m feeling, and powerfully simple analogies for what I m expe


  4. says:

    I give it 4.5 stars Not perfect, because it got a little think in the middle and didn t quite hold my attention But otherwise, loved it.


  5. says:

    Using the lens of adult developmental psychology McConkie has expounded the topic of Mormon Faith Crisis in an easily accessible, deeply inclusive way In fact, what most people see as a Crisis he subtly shifts to identifying as a Faith Transition This resonated with me, and I m sure many reading the book, to be intuitively true Just because my world views are dif


  6. says:

    It seems sort of unfair to only give this book 3 stars when it had a substantial impact on my sense of who I am Perhaps I m too critical, which might explain why I terrify some of my students However, it seems to me that a minimum requirement for at least 4 stars is a well enough organized narrative such that sections dedicated to a particular concept explain that cont


  7. says:

    This should be required reading for every ecclesiastical leader I m buying one for my Stake President post haste Don t let the McConkie name fool you Or the Wirthlin attachment This author s connections are not simply a nod to Mormon Doctrine In fact, the Thomas portion of the author s name perhaps reflects best his guiding principle that doubt good, earnest, beautiful doubt


  8. says:

    This book was everything I wasn t expecting It gives language, guidance, perspective and insight into an otherwise unexplored and misunderstand process of growth It is a simple though, for me, mystifying exploration into adult psychological development as viewed through the lens of Mormonism And don t let his stately name give you any certain impression of his background Just for


  9. says:

    The best part of this book is open acknowledgement of the faith crisis going on in the Mormon church I appreciate McConkie s sentiment that the church needs to bepermeable, to integrate emergent perspectives and beliefs rather than distance itself from members who are questioning Throughout the book he points out that as we wrestle with doubt our faith can increase After that, he discus


  10. says:

    If you or someone you love is going through a faith crisis, I recommend this book It is specifically written for the Mormon audience, but has application to just about any religion The author deals with adult developmental stages, especially in relation to faith development Apparently, humans don t stop developing after Piaget s childhood developmental stages end McConkie explores adult devel


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