In Search of The Great White God

From Big Bang to Coba and Beyond

Christian - Non-Fiction
306 Pages
Reviewed on 07/23/2010
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Reviewed by Anne Boiling for Readers' Favorite

Anthony T. Cluff was born a Mormon. "In Search of The Great White God" is the story of his investigation of the Book of Mormon. 'The Great White God' is what the Mormons call Jesus Christ. With marker in one hand and his Book of Mormon in the other, and it and a box of NO-DOZ close by, Cluff began his research. He came away with more questions than answers. His research took him to the jungles of South America. With all of his searching, he eventually came to accept his Mormon heritage.

I respect Cluff for not readily accepting beliefs just because he was born into them. I feel the same way about any religion or denomination. We should all be prepared to investigate, search, and learn.

Cluff feels that Mormonism has a plan. He describes it similar to this. Most Christian religions believe God created heaven and earth. He put people on earth and told them to be good. With Mormonism, people have always existed in some form. Cluff still questions, still searches, and is not always sure what he believes.

Cluff offers readers an interesting look at his journey to understand Mormonism and, more importantly, the Book of Mormon. He desired to know its true origin. He writes in an easy to understand manner. You don’t have to agree with everything he says to enjoy reading this book.