Learning at the Feet of the Savior: Additional Insights from New Testament Background, Culture, and Setting. Co-authored with David Ridges. (Cedar Fort 2018).
Scriptural Insights and Commentary: The New Testament. (Covenant 2018).
Letters from a Christmas Elf: Humor for Any Season, by Kirsten and Kurt Johnston, compiled and edited by Taylor Halverson. (2018.)
Knowing Why: 137 Evidences That the Book of Mormon is True, Edited by Jack Welch, Neal Rappeleye, Stephen Smoot, David Larsen, and Taylor Halverson. (Covenant 2017).
True understanding of scripture requires diligent study—not only reading at the surface level but delving deeper and asking the question why. For those who long to more fully understand the intricacies of scriptural doctrine and events, Knowing Why holds the key. In this unprecedented guide through the Book of Mormon, readers are invited on an exploration of the scriptures that asks—and answers—some of the most intriguing questions about the Book of Mormon, such as:
- Why would a book be sealed?
- Why are horses mentioned in the Book of Mormon?
- How is Christ both the Father and the Son?
Readers are presented with more than one hundred questions about various facets of scriptural events and doctrinal beliefs. Each topic is then broken down into the know—what is known about the topic—and the why—the purpose behind beliefs and events. With its wealth of thought-provoking questions and discussion, this invaluable resource will help readers delve deeply into gospel doctrine, engaging in scripture study in a way that enlightens the mind and expands the heart.
Memoirs of the Ward Rumor Control Coordinator: Or, Smile If You Are a Mormon! by Richard Halverson, compiled and edited by Taylor Halverson. (Line of Sight 2017). Request your free copy here!
Millions Shall Know Brother Joseph Again: Daily Inspiration from the Prophet Joseph Smith, edited by Taylor Halverson and Tyler Griffin (Covenant 2016).
History of Creativity in the Arts, Science and Technology, Pre-1500. Brent Strong, Mark Davis, and Taylor Halverson, 3rd Edition. (Kendall-Hunt 2014).
History of Creativity in the Arts, Science and Technology, 1500-Present. Brent Strong, Mark Davis, and Taylor Halverson, 3rd Edition. (Kendall-Hunt 2014).
Distance Education Innovations and New Learning Environments: Combining Traditional Teaching Methods and Emerging Technologies. (Cambria Press 2009).