Mormonism and the Bible

Joseph Smith e o Primeiro Versículo da Bíblia

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A Crença em uma Cânon Fechado Eleva a Bíblia acima de Deus? Como os Apologistas Mórmons deturpam Floyd Filson

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How Mormon Apologists Misrepresent Floyd Filson

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Does Belief in a Closed Canon Elevate the Bible above God? How Mormon Apologists Misrepresent Floyd Filson
Robert M. Bowman Jr. examines the Filson quote cited by LDS apologists, and carefully and concisely puts it into its proper context, demonstrating how Mormon apologists misuse the quote and misrepresent the thrust of Filson’s arguments.

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Livros Perdidos e Revelação dos Últimos Dias: Uma Resposta às Visões Mórmons do Cânon do Novo Testamento.

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Lost Books and Latter-Day Revelation: A Response to Mormon Views of the New Testament Canon
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This paper, initially presented at the 1992 Chicago Sunstone Symposium, surveys the Biblical and historical evidence relevant to the LDS Church's teaching of a total apostasy and missing New Testament books.

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Lost Books and Latter-Day Revelation: A Response to Mormon Views of the New Testament Canon

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Lost Books & Latter-day Revelation: A Response to Mormon Views of the New Testament Canon.
This paper, initially presented at the 1992 Chicago Sunstone Symposium, surveys the Biblical and historical evidence relevant to the LDS Church's teaching of a total apostasy and missing New Testament books.

Mormons claim that some of Jesus' teachings were lost, that apostates removed books or parts of books from the New Testament, and that modern revelations complete the teachings of the New Testament.

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Does Belief in a Closed Canon Elevate the Bible above God?

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Does Belief in a Closed Canon Elevate the Bible above God? How Mormon Apologists Misrepresent Floyd Filson
Robert M. Bowman Jr. examines the Filson quote cited by LDS apologists, and carefully and concisely puts it into its proper context, demonstrating how Mormon apologists misuse the quote and misrepresent the thrust of Filson’s arguments.

Several Mormon apologists and scholars have quoted Protestant theologian Floyd V. Filson out of context to support their claim that belief in a closed canon of Scripture is a form of bibliolatry.

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Joseph Smith and the First Verse of the Bible

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Joseph Smith's changing theology is reflected in his four separate proposed revisions or translations of Genesis 1:1, from the qualified monotheism of the Book of Moses to the increasingly blatant polytheism of the Book of Abraham and Joseph's 1844 sermons.

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