This book is the product of a Sidney B Sperry Symposium at BYU.
It deals with the life, ministry & times of the Apostle Peter.
Each chapter has a different author & topic. You can jump around depending on the topic or subject you're interested.
The first chapter hooked me. The title is: Fallible but Faithful. By: Brent L Top.
In his introduction, he said:
Has anyone else read it?My heroes are not perfect, Jesus Christ excepted. They have faults and foibles, frailty and fallibility--like me. That endears them to me. They have faith and faithfulness. That inspires me. Their faithfulness with fallibility, devotion despite deficiencies, gives me hope. Unfortunately, Latter-day Saints are not immune to unhealthy hero worship. Some expect perfection from their heros, whether they are prophets, apostles, bishops or even college professors.
What do you think?