History

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History

This paper examines the culture, credibility and relevance of the testimony of the eleven men the LDS Church presents as witnesses to the Book of Mormon. It draws extensively from early sources, both Mormon and non-Mormon, in an attempt to provide an honest and balanced portrayal of the Witness phenomenon.
One of the original Book of Mormon Witnesses explains why he left the Mormon Church.
Mormon General Authority B. H. Roberts concluded that this book, originally published in Poultney, Vermont in 1823 (7 years prior to the Book of Mormon) was available to Joseph Smith and contained enough parallel material to the Book of Mormon so as to furnish a virtual "ground-plan" for it.
A scholarly paper that documents specific BOM phrases and ideas that Joseph Smith borrowed from other books.
View scanned images of original Mormon documents, many from the 1800s, relating to key doctrinal and historical issues.