Letters to Whomever: A Sequel to 'The Book of Finch'
If you read The Book of Finch, you might wonder about Finch's relationship with his church. This book tries to illustrate Finch's decision making process in regards to his religion. Is the LDS church really true? The choice is yours to take it or leave it - but some serious thought and investigation should be encouraged. More
“Letters to Whomever” is the sequel to “The Book of Finch” that occurs in the weeks after the publication of the original book. From Remembrance Day in November 2011 to January 2012 to July 2012, this book is largely a series of email messages and some email discussion regarding the truthfulness or validity of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, or whatever the apparent falseness there might be in or of the organization.
This book, though it is heavily a discussion of how valid the LDS church is, is relevant as a sequel because it shows how Finch will proceed in his relationship with the church - to try to provide illustration for the situation Finch was presented with at the end of the previous book.
Whether the reader accepts or rejects the LDS church is a choice left up to the individual reader him or herself – but the individual determining their own relationship to the church should be educated on the various issues regarding the history of the church and modern life in the church.
“Letters to Whomever” tries to provide an introduction to that broad debate.