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A FairMormon Analysis of:
The New Mormon Challenge: Responding to the Latest Defenses of a Fast-Growing Movement
A work by author: Francis J. Beckwith, Carl Mosser, et al.

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  • Hollis R. Johnson, "The Big Bang: What Does It Mean for Us? (Review of: “Craftsman or Creator? An Examination of the Mormon Doctrine of Creation and a Defense of Creatio ex nihilo.” In The New Mormon Challenge: Responding to the Latest Defenses of a Fast-Growing Movement," FARMS Review 16/2 (2004): 277–312. off-site
  • Blake Ostler, "Introduction to Reviews of The New Mormon Challenge," FAIR, 2002. off-site
    • Blake Ostler, "The Doctrine Of Creation Ex Nihilo Was Created Out Of Nothing: A Response To Copan And Craig. Part 1: The Scriptural Argument," FAIR 2002. off-site
    • Blake Ostler, "The Doctrine Of Creation Ex Nihilo Is A Big Fuss Over Nothing: A Response To Copan And Craig. Part 2: The Inductive Argument," FAIR 2002. off-site
    • Blake Ostler, "The Doctrine of Creation Ex Nihilo: A Response To Copan And Craig. Part 3: Do Kalam Infinity Arguments Apply To The Infinite Past?," FAIR 2002. off-site
    • Blake Ostler, "Necessarily God Is Not Analytically Necessary: A Response to Stephen Parrish," FAIR 2002. off-site
    • Blake Ostler, "Evil: A Real Problem for Evangelicals: A Response to Carl Mosser," FAIR 2002. off-site
    • Blake Ostler, "Moral Obligation and Mormonism: A Response to Francis Beckwith," FAIR 2002. off-site
  • Blake T. Ostler, "Evil: A Real Problem for Evangelicals (Review of "Can the Real Problem of Evil Be Solved?" in The New Mormon Challenge: Responding to the Latest Defenses of a Fast-Growing Movement)," FARMS Review 15/1 (2003): 201–213. off-site
  • Blake T. Ostler, "Out of Nothing: A History of Creation ex Nihilo in Early Christian Thought (review of Review of Paul Copan and William Lane Craig, "Craftsman or Creator? An Examination of the Mormon Doctrine of Creation and a Defense of Creatio ex nihilo," in The New Mormon Challenge: Responding to the Latest Defenses of a Fast-Growing Movement, edited by Beckwith, Mosser, and Owen)," FARMS Review 17/2 (2005): 253–320. off-site
  • John A. Tvedtnes and Matthew Roper, "One Small Step (Review of: The New Mormon Challenge: Responding to the Latest Defenses of a Fast-Growing Movement)," FARMS Review 15/1 (2003): 147–199. off-site
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