Answers to My Mormon Friends

· Chick Publications
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Mormonism stands or falls on the life of its founder,
Joseph Smith

That's why you (and Mormons who read this book) will be amazed as you learn
about Smith's personal life, starting with his early youth and progressing to
his later years.

This well-researched book also exposes serious problems with the doctrines
Smith created, as well as facts you need to know about his abilities as a
translator.



  • Learn about Joseph Smith's brushes with the law.
  • Read about how, in his younger days, he was found guilty of
    using occult practices to defraud people.
  • Learn of a Mormon historian who concedes that Joseph Smith was
    the "village magician."
  • See examples of doctrines Smith created that contradict the
    very Bible Mormons claim to believe.
  • Learn of several of Smith's doctrines that contradict the Book
    of Mormon.
  • See how some of his doctrines even contradict each other.
  • Discover how Mormonism has been forced to change her doctrines
    over the years.
  • Learn about the thousands of changes and corrections that have
    been made to the Book of Mormon.





This easy-reading book provides powerful information to convince Mormons that
their religion cannot be of God. It was written to be read by either Christians
or Mormons, and includes a clear presentation of the gospel and an invitation to
trust Christ alone for salvation.

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Yeshua Ben-Yair
June 19, 2014
Unfair approach to Mormonism. Further STUDY should be sought from an Elder of the Church.
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Robert Ramos
February 23, 2015
Don't learn it from people who have a vested interest against or hate the church. Don't take what he says as fact until you've validated what he says from reliable sources
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Lynden Jensen
June 12, 2015
This books has some facts. However, the author should trust his readers enough to at least provide nominal context and counterpoints. As is, it reads like a cherry-picking straw-man hit job. While there are many valid and interesting criticisms of the LDS church, this book discusses very few of them. I put this on the same shelf as many short-sighted anti-christian polemics whose authors only experience is a cursory read of the Bible to find anachronisms and inconsistencies, and previous flawed rhetoric.
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