Criticism of Mormonism/Books/Studies of the Book of Mormon

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Response to Studies of the Book of Mormon

A FairMormon Analysis of: Studies of the Book of Mormon, a work by author: B.H. Roberts, edited by Brigham D. Madsen

Studies of the Book of Mormon by B.H. Roberts

Summary: The content of this book is not written by a critic, but its purpose and audience are often misrepresented by critics in an effort to make it appear that Roberts lost his testimony of the Book of Mormon.

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Response to hypotheses made in "Book of Mormon Difficulties: A Study"

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Response to hypotheses made in "A Book of Mormon Study"

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Response to hypotheses made in "A Parallel"

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About this work

Studies of the Book of Mormon is an unusual critical work. The manuscripts comprising this book were written by B.H. Roberts. Roberts approached the Book of Mormon from the perspective of a critic in order to identify possible approaches that future critics might take against the book. In cataloging the claims made in this book, it should be noted that B.H. Roberts continued to testify of his belief in the Book of Mormon until the end of his life. In addition, a number of claims are now no longer relevant based upon current knowledge.