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Anti-Mormon

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THE GAINSAYERS - A Converted Anti-Mormon Responds to Critics of the Lds Church, Evenson, Darrick T.
1 THE GAINSAYERS - A Converted Anti-Mormon Responds to Critics of the Lds Church

Evenson, Darrick T.Very Good with no Dust Jacket, Horizon Publishers & Distributors, Incorporated, 1988, Bountiful, Ut, U. S. A.

Hardcover



Minor wear to corners and edges. NO Dust jacket.

; When new LDS convert Darrick Evenson encountered anti-Mormon literature for the first time, it devastated him. He naively accepted it as true, and it led him out of the Church into the ranks of the "Ex-Mormons for Jesus." Darrick learned their "witnessing" approaches and techniques and began functioning with them in their fight against the Mormon Church. But as he became familiar with them and their message, he found himself increasingly uncomfortable in their midst. What they were saying and teaching just didn't match with the scriptures, not with what he personally knew of the Latter-day Saints. And though they professed to "love" the Mormons, he found the "Ex-Mormon" motivation to be just the opposite. Darrick began an extended period of research and assessment, trying to determine just where truth was to be found. As he encountered more and more instances of falsehood and deception in the "Ex-Mormon" teachings, his conscience began to work on him more and more. He finally renounced his affiliation with them and returned to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. As he served a mission in California, he found his knowledge of the tactics and techniques of the anti-Mormon movement serving him in good stead. He was able to recognize and rebut many of the ploys of anti-Mormon adversaries. But Darrick is aware that the message and methods of anti-Mormon gainsayers have kept many truth-seekers from hearing and accepting the gospel of Jesus Chrsit. Seeing the need for Latter-day Saints to be able to recognize and refute the assertions of these adversaries of the truth, he has recorded his observations of their methodologies and written strong rebuttals to the things they teach. What is a "gainsayer?" To gainsay means "to oppose or deny, to speak or act against, to contradict, to dispute or declare false." Anti-Mormon organizations such as "Saints Alive" and "Ex-Mormons for Jesus" are modern gainsayers in the truest sense of the word. In this book, the author presents evidence which shows that the same techniques used by those who fought against Christ's Church in the Meredian of time (the "anti-Nazerines") are being used against the Mormons today. Satan's work follows the same patterns down through time. The author describes the techniques used in Satan's counter-mission, showing numerous ancient and modern parallels. He shows that Christ's Church in ancient time was considered a "cult" by the mainline churches of the day, just as major churches in today's panorama of Protestant organizations regard the Mormons as a "cult." And what is a "cult?" It's a word that really says, "You're different than we are." Then he focuses on key Mormon doctrines, showing that they were clearly taughts in ancient times by the Christian community. Key concepts such as the LDS belief that man can attain Godhood and that the temple service existed in Christ's day are carfully documented. That documentation stands as clear rebuttal to gainsayer assertions that those teachings are recent Mormon fabrications. In another highly significant chapter, the author describes many of the missionary strategies currently used by the anti-Mormon movement. He exposes numerous "witnessing techniques" so that Latter-day Saints will recognize them and not be deceived nor influenced by their usage. He focuses on the film "The God Makers," reviewing it as an example of extreme anti-Mormon propaganda. Recognizing that most Latter-day Saints will never see the film but that many of their non-LDS friends will be exposed to it, he summarizes the major scenes so that LDS members will be more aware of the blatant falsehoods and dstortions which are being used in an effort to harm the Church.

; 6.25" x 9.25"; 240 pages, 

7945

Price: 9.90 USD 8.91 USD 
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Mormonism; The Islam of America, Kinney, Bruce
2 Mormonism; The Islam of America

Kinney, BruceVery Good, Fleming H. Revell Company, 1912, 

Hardcover



Cover has slight edge and corner wear. Flake 4638. ; Issued Under the Direction of the Council of Women for Home Missions; 5" x 7.75"; 190 pages, 

42868

Price: 18.00 USD 16.20 USD 
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THE MORMON CHURCH ON TRIAL - Transcripts of the Reed Smoot Hearings, Paulos, Michael Harold (editor)
3 THE MORMON CHURCH ON TRIAL - Transcripts of the Reed Smoot Hearings

Paulos, Michael Harold (editor)New in New Dust Jacket, Signature Books, 2007, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Brand New! ; Contrary to popular folklore, the LDS temple ceremony was not performed or recited in the U. S. Senate chambers during the 1904-06 challenge to Reed Smoot's election from Utah. Nor was it entered into the Congressional Record. The committee investigating Apostle-Senator Smoot's qualifications wanted to know if temple participants promised to avenge the blood of the martyred prophet Joseph Smith and whether that vengeance was sworn upon "this generation" or upon "this nation, " the former being considered a matter of religious dogma and the latter possible treason against the United States. However, Senators did want to know about the LDS Church's controversial practice of polygamy, especially since 1890 when the practice was formally abandoned. Surprisingly, Church President Joseph F. Smith admitted that he had fathered eleven children by five wives since 1890. Asked about his role in receiving revelations for the church, Smith replied that he had received none thus far. Other questions probed the church's involvement in politics, including action taken by the church against Apostle Moses Thatcher for saying that "Satan was the author of the Republican Party. " ; 6.25" x 9.25"; 746 pages, 

37135

Price: 49.95 USD 44.96 USD 
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The Case Against Mormonism, Webb, Robert C
4 The Case Against Mormonism

Webb, Robert CGood+, L. L. Walton, 1915, New York

Hardcover



Cover has some light edge and corner wear. Missing free front end sheet. Pages are tight and clean. No noticed markings. Overall good condition. ; 6" x 9", 

48690

Price: 23.00 USD 20.70 USD 
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