In my very biased opinion Patrick Mason has written the best book on doubt, faith, and Mormonism to date. It's called Planted: Belief and Belonging in an Age of Doubt. What's especially useful about this book is that it's written for people who have doubts or questions, and also for people who don't, but who need to learn how to understand and worship together with those who do. I'm really excited that Deseret Book partnered with the Institute on it. David Holland, a professor at Harvard Divinity School, had this to say about it: I've been keeping track of reviews here. I'm interested to know if any of you have heard of the book already, if anyone has read it, and if anyone would like a free digital copy. I have 2 digital copies to give away to people on the board here, if they promise to come back and share their thoughts about the book as they read or when they're finished reading. Let me know if you're interested. Disclosure! The book is part of the Living Faith series that I edit for the Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship.