Book of Mormon--Evidences, authority, etc.--Fiction
Stephen Thorn, who was converted to the Church as a result of his involvement with the Book of Mormon project, has been hired by the project's administrator to help organize the next event of the project--a symposium to present external evidences of the Book of Mormon. Having been baptized two weeks earlier, he begins his work enthusiastically.
Meanwhile, Stephen's wife, Anney, is outraged that he has embraced the Mormon religion, and feels that his conversion will tear their marriage apart. They love each other deeply, but this obstacle seems insurmountable. Stephen, who has spent his entire career as an asitant to Anney's televangelist father, has lost his job as a result of his joining the Church. Now the entire family seems hopelessly at odds because of Stephen's new religion.
This novel quickly plunges the reader into a maelstrom of intellectual, spiritual, and emotional intensity that continues through to the book's final page. In a whirlwind of international travel, intrigue, and discovery, both Stephen and Anney must come to terms with their love for each other and the threatened dissolution of their marriage. The outcome will surprise and move you. [from publisher website]