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The Maze of Mormonism

The Maze of Mormonism The Maze of Mormonism exposes The fortune telling past of Joseph Smith Jr Mormonism s founder The ego flattering Mormon doctrine of Exaltation to Godhood The racist Mormon doctrine concerning the Neg

  • Title: The Maze of Mormonism
  • Author: Walter Ralston Martin
  • ISBN: 9780884490173
  • Page: 339
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Maze of Mormonism exposes The fortune telling past of Joseph Smith, Jr Mormonism s founder The ego flattering Mormon doctrine of Exaltation to Godhood The racist Mormon doctrine concerning the Negro including the first in depth treatment from a Biblical Christian basis of the Mormon revelation concerning the blacks The occultic practices in the secretThe Maze of Mormonism exposes The fortune telling past of Joseph Smith, Jr Mormonism s founder The ego flattering Mormon doctrine of Exaltation to Godhood The racist Mormon doctrine concerning the Negro including the first in depth treatment from a Biblical Christian basis of the Mormon revelation concerning the blacks The occultic practices in the secret temple ceremonies of the Mormon temple The anti Christian boasts of the Mormon Church to be the restoration of Christianity among the apostate Protestant and Catholic churches The Maze of Mormonism is a complete and concise guide to any Christian, lay or clergy, unraveling the confused maze of Mormon Doctrine and practice with the measuring rod of the Bible and the truth which is in Christ alone The Maze of Mormonism will give you a firm grasp on the truth of Christianity and the means to communicate your life in Christ to the Mormons you meet from book s back cover

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    1 thought on “The Maze of Mormonism

    1. I read this book with it in an attempt to understand the beliefs of a family member that differ from my own beliefs. I came away with a little more understanding however I was very unimpressed by the tone of this booklet. The author seemed very snide and condescending to the Believers of Mormonism and I do not believe it is necessary to have that type of a tone in order to prevent facts and evidence. Also the language seems very archaic but that may be due to the publishing date.

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