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Each reader will have to draw their own conclusion...the facts solidified my own.
I found several errors in history and doctrine that could have been easily corrected by having his draft reviewed by an LDS scholar.
I have always found them quite engaging, well researched, and thus meaningfully informative.
The book makes so many obvious mistakes about LDS doctrine that it begs the questions if he is just hurried, negligent, or both. Read morePublished 17 hours ago by Amber
Not the conclusive book on Mormonism, but it does a good job introducing the religion to those who are unaware.Published 10 days ago by Lumberjack
I read this book as part of a larger research project. The history as described largely matches what I've read in other books. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Michele Feltman Strider
fun read. author presents fair angles and a balance of all sides and uses humor well.Published 4 months ago by Larry Allison
As a resigned Mormon I found Stephens book entertaining and well researched. Engaging prose filled with articulate individual stories of how Mormonism has shaped and re shaped so... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Todd
The book is a quick read and was sure to hit the usual complaints of Mormon history. As a Mormon, I can say there were some inaccuracies particularly around the synopsis of the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Evan.Smith
After reading every word of this book with the exceptions of the unneeded story inserts at the beginning of each chapter, I can say that this book is not very good. Read morePublished 8 months ago by C Bowen
I thoroughly enjoyed Mansfield's historical perspective of the origins of Mormonism and how tis relates to present day culture. Read morePublished 9 months ago by cindy ding