Specific works/Joseph Smith's New York Reputation Reexamined

Table of Contents


A FairMormon Analysis of:
Joseph Smith's New York Reputation Reexmained
A work by author: Rodger I. Anderson


...a word of personal testimony. I was born and raised in the Mormon Church, and served a two year mission in the central states area. It was during this mission that I began an intensive and prayerful study of Mormon theology and history. I found their teachings to be internally inconsistent, their history greatly falsified, and their doctrines in radical disagreement with the Bible. After much opposition and internal struggle, I finally left the Mormon Church. Two years later I became a Christian. Christ lifted me from the errors and self-satisfaction of Mormonism and gave me an assurance of personal salvation.
—Rodger I. Anderson, The Bible and Mormonism (Grand Rapids, MI: Faith, Prayer & Tract League, n.d.[1970s?]), 23.

Reviews of this work

  • Richard Lloyd Anderson, "Review of Joseph Smith's New York Reputation Reexamined by Rodger I. Anderson," FARMS Review of Books 3/1 (1991): 52–80. [{{{url}}} off-site]
  • Marvin S. Hill, "review of Roger Anderson, Joseph Smith's New York Reputation Reexamined," Brigham Young University Studies 30 no. 4 (Fall 1990). PDF link
  • Daniel C. Peterson and Donald L. Enders, "Can the 1834 Affidavits Attacking the Smith Family Be Trusted?" in Pressing Forward with the Book of Mormon: The FARMS Updates of the 1990s, ed. John W. Welch and Melvin J. Thorne (Provo, UT: FARMS, 1999), 286—87.
==

Notes

== None

Further reading

FAIR wiki

A FAIR Analysis of Critical Works

Online articles

Print articles

  • Daniel C. Peterson and Donald L. Enders, "Can the 1834 Affidavits Attacking the Smith Family Be Trusted?" in Pressing Forward with the Book of Mormon: The FARMS Updates of the 1990s, ed. John W. Welch and Melvin J. Thorne (Provo, UT: FARMS, 1999), 286—87.


This article is still under construction. We welcome your suggestions for improving the content of this FairMormon Answers Wiki article.