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Patheos Guide to Mormonism (Patheos Guides) Kindle Edition

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Shasta on February 16, 2013
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As a member of the LDS religion, I have read many articles attempting to describe the teachings of the LDS church. Most of them get things wrong. In my opinion, this book was well-written and accurately described the church's teachings and practices.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Anne Wingate on October 4, 2012
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Patheos Guide to Mormonism (Patheos Guides) - Kindle

This short book thoroughly, carefully, and objectively provides as complete as possible in this scope an honest overall picture of Mormon history, theology, and social organization. This is a timely subject because, as I write this, it is one month before an election which could for the first time put a Mormon in the White House. There are frequent complaints that Mormons are not Christians. (I joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints BECAUSE I am a Christian and I believe that "Mormonism" best represents Christianity in its truest format.) This book takes no stand on the position; rather, it provides the information and lets the reader decide what to think about it.

Having spent a large part of my time during this presidential election defending my Church from detractors who know nothing about it and believe outrageous lies, I wish I had had this book to refer them to. I urge all people who are not Mormons and who are sufficiently open-minded to listen to the testimony before rendering a verdict to read this short, quickly read book. It will not cause them to become Mormons, but it might make them more open-minded about Mormons and less judgmental and prejudiced. I strongly recommend it. I see no need for Mormons to read it unless they want to, but for those who want some answers to give to detractors, this book contains them.

Anne Wingate, author of Scene of the Crime and other works of fiction and nonfiction
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