Criticism of Mormonism/Books/D

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Analysis of books critical of Mormonism: D


Decker's Complete Handbook on Mormonism by Ed Decker


Response to "Deconstructing Mormonism"

A FairMormon Analysis of: Deconstructing Mormonism: An Analysis and Assessment of the Mormon Faith, a work by author: Thomas Riskas

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Deconstructing Mormonism by Thomas Riskas

Summary: Ex-Mormons online were initially quite excited to read this book when it first appeared, but it appears that few were able to actually understand what it was saying. As the author noted in an online ex-Mormon forum in May 2013, "The paradigm application of such deconstruction applied interpersonally (and "intra"-personally) is some version of the "Instructive Deconstructive Conversation" found in Chapter 1. And the metaphor I like to use for such deconstruction, when applied to Mormon and other theistic beliefs, is the taking apart of an "object of great price" piece by piece, as also presented in Ch. 1." [1] In summary, the author believes that he has, once and for all, "deconstructed Mormonism," and that one has to dedicate serious effort to reading his book in order to understand how that has been accomplished. Online discussion about the book in the ex-Mormon fora appear to have died out near the end of 2013, with the author periodically reappearing in an attempt to spur further discussion.


Do Christians Believe in Three Gods by RBC Ministries

Summary: This article is in response to a pamphlet that attempts to explain LDS beliefs to non-LDS readers. Unfortunately, the pamphlet sometimes misrepresents LDS beliefs and uses standard anti-Mormon arguments to make its point.

What does "One God" mean?

Bible and Nicea

Origins of Nicene Trinitarianism

Relationship between Father, Son, and Holy Spirit

Jesus is God

Do Christians Believe in Three Gods?

  1. ↑ Thomas Riskas, posted in Recovery from Mormonism (May 31, 2013).