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Famous Book on Mormonism Republished 175 Years Later

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Now with explanatory notes and commentary June 1, 2015. Salt Lake City—The most famous early critical look at the Mormon faith was the 1834 book Mormonism Unvailed. The odd spelling of “unvailed” was considered proper at the time of...

Mormon News, May 25–29

Elder L. Tom Perry of the Twelve Apostles will receive hospice care after it was announced his thyroid cancer has spread aggressively and is terminal. The ninety-two-year-old apostle no longer attends meetings. Perry has been a member of the...

Reviews – Mormonism Unvailed

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“Despite an obvious bias, Eber D. Howe provided a service to historians the way he gathered eyewitness accounts and primary documents, for which he was never properly recognized. --Jan Shipps

Mormon News, March 9–13

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Peggy Fletcher Stack examined the efforts of the LDS Church to teach members the challenging portions of the faith’s history. Stack interviewed numerous historians for her Salt Lake Tribuneglass article, all of whom stressed the importance of openness and...

Mormon News, February 2–6

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Stuart Reid, a former Utah State Senator, wrote an op-ed in the LDS Church-owned Deseret News to defend the faith’s latest outreach to LGBT Americans. But it was less Reid’s argument in defense of the church than a brief...

Mormonism Unvailed

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“Despite an obvious bias, Eber D. Howe provided a service to historians the way he gathered eyewitness accounts and primary documents, for which he was never properly recognized. He was the first to publish some of Joseph Smith’s revelations,...