The Facts on the Mormon Church presents the truth about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints -- Mormon history, doctrines, practices, and theology. Readers find well-researched and easy-to-understand answers to many of the common and not-so-common questions surrounding this high-profile church, all in a handy, quick-reference format.
Becoming Gods: A Closer Look at 21st-Century MormonismRichard Abanes' thorough yet accessible approach helps you understand not only what today's Mormons believe, but also how they think about and defend their faith.
Deception by Design: The Mormon StoryMormon History written by a former Watchman Fellowship board member.
Speaking the Truth in Love to MormonsCares served as a Christian pastor in Nampa, Idaho, where Mormon influence is great. For more than three years, he developed the specific strategies for reaching Mormons reflected in this book making it one of the best aids for sharing with Mormons.
A Mormon's Unexpected Journey Vol 1A fascinating read that gives deep insight into a Mormons mind and heart. Respectful, yet direct, Carma Naylors sincerity in recounting her journey from Mormonism to Gods grace is heartfelt and genuine. Yet, this is much more than a captivating, personal story that will help you relate to the reality of lifes trials. (Paperback, 352-pages - Free Shipping - USA only)
A Mormon's Unexpected Journey Vol 2This sequel to Carma Naylor's first book is more than a captivating story; it contains critical insight into the surprising origins of LDS scriptures and the roadblocks that make it difficult for a Mormon to doubt Mormonism. Carma also sensitively reveals the secret ceremonies of Mormonism out of a genuine desire for Mormons to find freedom in Christ. Includes a short recap of volume 1 (Paperback, 360-pages).
God's Word, Final, Infallible and ForeverMore than a polemic for the Bible, this book is also aimed for "Mormons and Non-Mormons alike, and written in love with hope that Non-Mormons will better understand the LDS faith."
Reasoning from the Scriptures with the MormonsWritten by a leader in counter-cult apologetics, this book examines basic Mormon teachings about such subjects as God, Jesus and divine revelation. Rhodes' solid research and clear writing makes it easy for the reader to confidently use the Bible in witnessing to Mormons.
Note: This is the Spanish edition.
Inventing Mormonism: Tradition and the Historical RecordThe story of Mormonism has been rewritten many times, often with a censor's hand. INVENTING MORMONISM restores the original drama and detail that official histories lack.
An American Prophet's Record: The Diaries and Journals of Joseph SmithPublished for the first time in their entirety, the personal diaries and journals of Mormon founder Joseph Smith (1805-1844) provide an unequaled view of this controversial American religious leader. Previous compilations have drawn from careful selected and sometimes rewritten passages of Smith's diaries and journals. In the present, unexpurgated edition, Smith emerges as believable and human, willing to allow both decedents and followers a complete look at his beliefs and personality.
Mormons Answered Verse by VerseTwo young men stand at the door. Their white shirts and conservative haircuts project traditional values. Their manner exudes warmth. They speak of the need for a stronger family and deeper commitment to God.
Salamander: The Story of the Mormon Forgery MurdersThe story of Mark Hoffman, forged documents and the Mormon Church.
Mormons: How to Witness to ThemOn numerous occasions, leaders of the Latter-day Saints have issued public challenges for Mormon doctrine to be checked for contradiction or error. John Farkas and David Reed make it their mission to answer these challenges.
The Counterfeit Gospel of MormonismThe Counterfeit Gospel of Mormonism gives you solid information to decipher Mormonism's claims and share the true gospel of Jesus Christ with your Mormon friends.
The Creation of the Book of Mormon: A Historical InquiryThis book provides a fresh examination of the origin of the Book of Mormon. It uses the best available evidence to focus on Joseph Smith's early visions, his use of seer stones, the search for buried treasure, the discovery of golden plates, the witnesses of the Book of Mormon, the process of translation, and various responses to the book - both positive and negative.
Under the Banner of Heaven: A Story of Violent FaithOn July 24, 1984, a woman and her infant daughter were murdered by two brothers who believed they were ordered to kill by God. The roots of their crime lie deep in the history of an American religion practiced by millions...
American Massacre: The Tragedy at Mountain Meadows, September 1857In September 1857, a wagon train passing through Utah laden with gold was attacked. Approximately 140 people were slaughtered; only 17 children under the age of eight were spared. This incident in an open field called Mountain Meadows has ever since been the focus of passionate debate: Is it possible that official Mormon dignitaries were responsible for the massacre? In her riveting book, Sally Denton makes a fiercely convincing argument that they were.
The Mormon Doctrine of Deity: The Roberts-Van Der Donckt Discussion
An Address to All Believers in ChristOne of the "three witnesses" to the Book of Mormon, Whitmer was later excommunicated from the Mormon Church. This is an 1887 reprint.
Mormon Enigma: Emma Hale SmithHistorical Biography on Joseph Smith's first wife.
The Sixth of Seven Wives: Escape from Modern Day PolygamyOne woman's story of living in modern day polygamy.