Book of Mormon/Joseph as author and proprietor/CriticalSources

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Source(s) of the criticism

  • [Letter on Mormonism, 29 July 1841,] Christian Advocate and Journal (New York) 15, no. 52 (11 August 1841). off-site
  • “Prevalence of Mormonism,” Christian Advocate and Journal (New York) 16, no. 17 (8 December 1841). off-site
  • S. Evangelical Magazine and Gospel Advocate (Utica, New York) new series 2, no. 6 (5 February 1831): 47. off-site
  • Oliver Barr, “‘This wisdom descendeth not from above’” [Mormonism—No. 2] Christian Palladium (Union Mills, New York) 5, no. 16 (15 December 1836): 241–43. off-site
  • C. C. Blatchley, “Caution Against the Golden Bible,” New-York Telescope 6, no. 38 (20 February 1830): 150. off-site
  • Origen Bachelor, Mormonism Exposed Internally and Externally (New York: Privately Published, 1838), 9. off-site
  • A Disciple, [Reply to John E. Page] Morning Chronicle (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) (14 July 1842). off-site
  • Eber D. Howe, Mormonism Unvailed (Painesville, OH, 1834), 18–. (Affidavits examined) off-site
  • James H. Hunt, Mormonism: Embracing the Origin, Rise and Progress of the Sect (St. Louis: Ustick and Davies, 1844), 15. off-site
  • Richard Livesey, An Exposure of Mormonism, being a statement of facts relating to the self-styled “Latter day Saints,” and the Origin of the Book of Mormon (Preston: J. Livesey, 1838), 3. off-site
  • David Marks, The Life of David Marks (Limerick, ME: Printed at the Office of the Morning Star, 1831), 340-342. off-site Full title
  • Walter Martin, The Kingdom of the Cults (Revised) (Minneapolis: Bethany House Publishers, 1997), 194. ( Index of claims )
  • George Peck, “Mormonism and the Mormons,” Methodist Quarterly Review (January 1843): 111–27. off-site
  • Walter Scott, “Mormon Bible–No. III,” The Evangelist (Carthage, Ohio) 9, no. 3 (1 March 1841): 62–65. off-site
  • La Roy Sunderland, “Mormonism,” Zion’s Watchman (New York) 3, no. 9 (3 March 1838): 34, citing Howe. off-site

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