An Open Letter from the President of FairMormon
Welcome to the FairMormon Web site. One of the difficulties in looking for answers on the Internet is finding those answers without going through hours of searching. With that thought in mind we have put together this guide to help you find your way around the FairMormon Web site and to help you find answers to your questions.
- Our most important resource is the FairMormon Answers Wiki and FairMormon Web site. Responses to critical topics may be easily located on both the website and the wiki by accessing the Category Index and Topical Guide. The Topical Guide will give you access to many resources to help deal with your questions. The Topical Guide will not only give you access to the various articles on the FairMormon Web site and FairMormon Answers Wiki, but also link you to many other resources including relevant articles out of the Church’s Ensign magazine, the Encyclopedia of Mormonism, the FARMS Web site, and links to other apologetics Web sites on the Internet. Please note: articles posted on other apologetics Web sites have been chosen because of their value to the topic at hand, but are not controlled by or necessarily endorsed by FairMormon.
- If you don’t find what you are looking for through the topical format of the Topical Guide, you can type a keyword into the Search Box at the top of any FairMormon page to quickly search the entire Web site.
- Many anti-Mormon books and videos are reviewed in the FairMormon Wiki. See Criticism of Mormonism.
- You can ask a question directly to FairMormon by e-mailing your question through our contact page. Your question will be forwarded on to our FairMormon volunteer list. Our list is made up of LDS apologists with a variety of backgrounds. When you e-mail us a question, you may get back a number of responses from the various individuals on the list.
- FairMormon has an online bookstore with many books published by FairMormon and other publishers. Some of the more popular books published by FairMormon are
- Shaken Faith Syndrome by Mike Ash
- Defending the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints by Wayne Arnett
- Also popular are the audio CDs from talks given at our FairMormon Conferences. There are various other books and audio CDs you can purchase as well.
- Most importantly, sign up for the FairMormon Journal, a monthly e-mail journal that will keep you up-to-date on the issues and changes to our Web site. To receive the FairMormon Journal (it’s free), click here.
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Feel free to E-mail me with any suggestions. Just use our contact page and direct your comment to the president.
Scott Gordon, President
Writing for Us
If you have written information that may be of interest to those engaged in apologetics, we invite you to submit it to FairMormon. We will examine each article on its own merits and make publishing decisions that are consistent with the purpose, mission, and resources of FairMormon.
To help you prepare your material for FairMormon, we have prepared an Editorial Style Guide. You should download the guide (it is in PDF format) and make sure you understand and follow the information therein.