Criticism of Mormonism/Books/T

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Analysis of books critical of Mormonism: T


Response to claims made in The Book of Lehi

The "Book of Lehi" by Christopher Nemelka

Summary: The author claims to have been commanded to translate the sealed portion of the Book of Mormon, as well as the lost 116 pages. As part of his 'prophetic call,' the author produced what he claims is a translation of the lost 116 pages, or "Book of Lehi." This portion of Mormon's abridgement (from Lehi to King Benjamin, roughly) was lost by Martin Harris after the manuscript was loaned to him by Joseph Smith.

Response to claims made in The Changing World of Mormonism

Response to claims made in The Changing World of Mormonism by Jerald and Sandra Tanner

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Response to claims made in The Counterfeit Gospel of Mormonism

The Counterfeit Gospel of Mormonism by Norman L. Geisler

Response to claims made in The Joseph Smith Egyptian Papyri

The Joseph Smith Egyptian Papyri: A Complete Edition by Robert Ritner

Response to claims made in The Kingdom of the Cults

The Kingdom of the Cults by Walter Martin, Hank Hanegraaff (editor)

Response to claims made in The Lion of the Lord

The Lion of the Lord by Stanley P. Hirshson

Response to claims made in The Mormon Hierarchy: Origins of Power

The Mormon Hierarchy: Origins of Power by D. Michael Quinn

    • Index of claims
      Brief Summary: Responses to specific critical or unsupported claims made in The Mormon Hierarchy: Origins of Power indexed by page number. (Click here for full article)
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Response to claims made in The Mormon Hierarchy: Extensions of Power

The Mormon Hierarchy: Extensions of Power by D. Michael Quinn

    • Index of claims
      Brief Summary: Responses to specific critical or unsupported claims made in The Mormon Hierarchy: Extensions of Power indexed by page number. (Click here for full article)
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