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Book of Mormon/Witnesses/"Interested" and so not to be trusted/CriticalSources
Source(s) of the criticism
- Henry Caswall, The Prophet of the Nineteenth Century, or, the Rise, Progress, and Present State of the Mormons, or Latter-Day Saints : To Which Is Appended an Analysis of the Book of Mormon (London: Printed for J. G. F. & J. Rivington, 1843), 46-47. off-site
- Samuel Haining, Mormonism Weighed in the Balances of the Sanctuary, and Found Wanting: The Substance of Four Lectures (Douglas: Robert Fargher, 1840), 45-46. off-site
- James H. Hunt, Mormonism: Embracing the Origin, Rise and Progress of the Sect (St. Louis: Ustick and Davies, 1844), 69. off-site
- Daniel P. Kidder, Mormonism and the Mormons (New York:Lane and Sandford, 1842), 50-51. off-site Full title
- MormonThink.com website (as of 22 April 2012). Page: http://mormonthink.com/witnessesweb.htm
- One Who Hates Imposture, Mormonism Dissected, or, Knavery “On Two Sticks,” Exposed (Bethania, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: Reuben Chambers, 1841), 1–22. off-site Full title
- La Roy Sunderland, “Mormonism,” Zion’s Watchman (New York) 3, no. 9 (3 March 1838): 34, citing Howe. off-site
Previous LDS response(s)
- George J. Adams, A Lecture on the Authenticity & Scriptural Character of the Book of Mormon (Boston: J. E. Farwell, 1844), 21-22.
- Julian Moses, A Few Remarks in Reply to an Anonymous Scribbler... (Philadelphia: 1841), 3. off-site Full title
- Parley P. Pratt, A Reply to...“Complete Failure,”...and...“Mormonism Exposed,” (Manchester: W. R. Thomas, 1840), 1-9. off-site Full title