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Mormonism and the nature of God/Trinity/Nicene creed/CriticalSources
Source(s) of the criticism
- Richard Abanes, Becoming Gods: A Closer Look at 21st-Century Mormonism (Harvest House Publishers: 2005). 115, 379 n.47-48. ( Index of claims )
- Oliver Barr, “Mormonism No. iii,” Christian Palladium (Union Mills, New York) 5, no. 18 (16 January 1837): 273–75. off-site
Claims Book of Mormon teaches conventional trinitarianism.
- Francis J. Beckwith and Stephen E. Parrish, The Mormon Concept of God: A Philosophical Analysis (Lewiston, N.Y.: Mellen, 1991), 1–.
- Ed Decker and Dave Hunt, The God Makers (Eugene, OR: Harvest House, 1984),, 11. (Detailed review)
- Hank Hanegraaff, The Mormon Mirage: Seeing Through the Illusion of Mainstream Mormonism (Charlotte, NC: Christian Research Institute, 2008), ?.
- Bill McKeever and Eric Johnson, Mormonism 101. Examining the Religion of the Latter-day Saints (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Baker Books, 2000), Chapter 3. ( Index of claims )
- Ron Rhodes, "Christ," in Norman L. Geisler, The Counterfeit Gospel of Mormonism (Eugene, Ore.: Harvest House, 1998), 99–140.
- Tower to Truth Ministries, "50 Questions to Ask Mormons," towertotruth.net (accessed 15 November 2007). 50 Answers
- Watchman Fellowship, The Watchman Expositor (Page 1)
- Watchman Fellowship, The Watchman Expositor (Page 3)
- James R. White, Is the Mormon My Brother?: Discerning the Differences Between Mormonism and Christianity (Minneapolis, MN: Bethany House Publishers, 1997).
- James White, Letters to a Mormon Elder: Eye Opening Information for Mormons and the Christians Who Talk with Them (Southbridge, MA: Crowne, 1990),