Mormonism and Christianity/Grace and works/Neglect grace/CriticalSources

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Source(s) of the criticism

  • A Letter to Those Who Have Attended Mormonite Preaching (London: J. B. Bateman, 1840), 1–4. off-site
  • Samuel Haining, Mormonism Weighed in the Balances of the Sanctuary, and Found Wanting: The Substance of Four Lectures (Douglas: Robert Fargher, 1840), 32. off-site
  • Bill McKeever and Eric Johnson, Mormonism 101. Examining the Religion of the Latter-day Saints (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Baker Books, 2000), Chapter 11. ( Index of claims )
  • Tower to Truth Ministries, "50 Questions to Ask Mormons," towertotruth.net (accessed 15 November 2007). 50 Answers
  • James M’Chesney, An Antidote To Mormonism, revised by G. J. Bennet (New York, NY: Burnett & Pollard, 1838), 21. off-site Full title
  • W. J. Morrish, The Latter-day Saints and the Book of Mormon. A Few Words of Warning from a Minister to his Flock (Ledbury: J. Gibbs, 1840), 1-4.
  • Watchman Fellowship, The Watchman Expositor (Page 1)
  • Watchman Fellowship, The Watchman Expositor (Page 5)
  • S. Williams, Mormonism Exposed (1838), 3–4. off-site
    "The condition of man’s salvation is the atoning death of Christ: when this truth is acquiesced and confided in, then such believer is in a saved state, and is a proper subject of Christian ordinances. But Mormonism sets aside the necessity of the death of Christ, and the agency of the Spirit of God, by the old anti-Christian doctrines...."


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