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Book of Mormon/Moroni's promise/CriticalSources
Source(s) of the criticism
These sources insist one should not pray for answers about the Book of Mormon:
- John Ankerberg and John Weldon, Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Mormonism (Eugene, OR: Harvest House, 1992), 273–4, 299–300
- M.S.C., “Mormonism,” Painesville Telegraph (Painesville, Ohio) 2, no. 35 (15 February 1831): 1–2. off-site
- Alexander Campbell, Delusions (Boston: Benjamin H. Greene, 1832), p. 94–95 of original; originally published in Millennial Harbinger 2 (7 February 1831): 85–96. off-site O. Cowdery reply #1 #2 Full title
- Bill McKeever and Eric Johnson, Questions to Ask Your Mormon Friend (Minneapolis, Minn.: Bethany House, 1994), 65–70.
- Mark J. Cares, Speaking the Truth In Love to Mormons (Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Northwestern Pub. House, 1993), 116–20, 211–2
- Watchman Fellowship, The Watchman Expositor (Page 8)
- Watchman Fellowship, The Watchman Expositor (Page 10)
- James White, Letters to a Mormon Elder: Eye Opening Information for Mormons and the Christians Who Talk with Them (Southbridge, MA: Crowne, 1990), 131–134
- Jason Whitman, “The Book of Mormon,” The Unitarian (Boston) 1 (January 1834): 48–49. off-site