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Mormon answer to skepticism

Robert N. Hullinger

Mormon answer to skepticism

Why Joseph Smith wrote the book of Mormon

by Robert N. Hullinger

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Published by Clayton Pub. House in St. Louis, Mo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Smith, Joseph, 1805-1844,
  • Book of Mormon,
  • Mormon Church -- Controversial literature

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Robert N. Hullinger.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX8627 .H78
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 201 p. :
    Number of Pages201
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4428451M
    ISBN 100915644185
    LC Control Number79054055

    In when the dominant view of balked revelation within Christian Theology contradicted the logical possibility that the Book of Mormon could be Christian scripture, that skepticism put a scholarly halt to the book’s scholarly non-Mormon study. The book could be attacked on the theological terms of the day, and was in a way that drove the When I saw The Book of Mormon, all I knew was that everybody loved it — from Oprah Winfrey to Jon Stewart. One of the most successful musicals of all time, the show has won nine Tony Awards and

    The Book of Mormon was translated by Joseph Smith the Prophet from ancient records and gives an account of people who used to live in North and South America, and their wars and dealings with ://   The Book of Mormon claims to be a detailed history of pre Columbian America from about B.C. to about A.D. I reasoned that if the Book of Mormon is what it claims to be there will be evidence in the archaeology and writing of the American Indians of these events. There is ://

      The blockbuster musical "The Book of Mormon" is met with far less skepticism than previous pop-culture depictions of Mormonism. Why? It depicts missionaries and "sweetness," rather than rituals The mission president, a retired faculty member from Utah State University, took my confession in stride. He simply handed me a Book of Mormon and asked me to see if I could find an explanation for it, then sent me off to Halifax, Nova Scotia, a long way from his influence. And so I read the Book of Mormon with a new purpose in ://


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$ Reviewed by GARY GILLUM Ancient Studies and Philosophy Librarian at Brigham Young ?FACTNet. George B. Arbaugh, "Evolution of Mormon Doctrine," Church History 9 June ),; Robert N. Hullinger, Mormon Answer to Skepticism: Why Joseph Smith Wrote the Book of Mormon (St.

Louis: Clayton Publishing House, ), The passage in 1 John does not appear in any of the early manuscripts of the New Testament and is believed ~research/central/ “I know that the Book of Mormon is the word of God,” she explained, “and that the answer to any of life’s questions can be found within the pages of that book.” Help with Personal Problems “[The Book of Mormon] can help with Mormon answer to skepticism book problems in a very real ://   The Book of Mormon 1 Nephi.

2 Nephi. Jacob. Enos. Jarom. Omni. Words of Mormon. Mosiah. Alma. Helaman. 3 Nephi. 4 Nephi. Mormon. Ether. Moroni. Other Mormon Scriptures Doctrine and Covenants Pearl of Great Price The Book of Moses The Book of Abraham Writings of Joseph Smith The Articles of Faith Plagiarism. Absurdities. Injustice   A few passages in the Book of Mormon speak of "slippery treasure" escaping the grasp of wicked Nephites.

Is this language and concept of "slippery treasure" a thinly-veiled reference to 19th century folk magic practices, as some have argued. This KnoWhy explains the context of these verses and provides ancient parallels to what is described in the Book of ://   The story of Martin Harris' desire to take the pages of Book of Mormon manuscript to convince his family and friends that Joseph was a genuine prophet is also well known.

Here again, Martin sought to use empirical proof (the manuscript itself) as evidence that Joseph could do what he :// Notes and Communications: "Secret Combinations" Revisited. Daniel C. Peterson. It has long been contended by critics of the Book of Mormon that its “Gadianton robbers” are merely nineteenth-century Freemasons, transparently disguised.

1 As one of their chief arguments for that notion, such writers as David Persuitte and Robert Hullinger have pointed out that the Book of Mormon refers to   # Messenger, Mormon Answer to Skepticism: Why Joseph Smith Wrote the Book of Mormon Bancroft's History of Utah (Contents): Mormon book, contents, 60 Faith, Reason, - $ Faith, Reason, And Skepticism James Montgomery Hester By Robert Audi Mint.

Joseph Smith's - $ Joseph Smith's Response To Skepticism By Robert N. Hullinger Mint Condition. Unnatural Acts - $ Unnatural Acts Critical Thinking, Skepticism, And After completing the manuscript of the Book of Mormon inSmith handed the plates and glasses back to the angel.

16 From that time the revelations he received came from his “heart” and “mind.” To produce the edition of the Book of Mormon, 3, changes were made to the edition 17 from revelation and intuition, without the aid of eyeglasses, as did the parenthetical   The authenticity of the Book of Mormon has been under attack since before the book was published.

While the Book of Mormon has been called everything from fiction and fraud to the product of demonic possession, the current argument against its authenticity seeks to find a “middle ground” between these claims and what the Book of Mormon itself claims to be—inspired writings of ancient /no-middle-ground-debate-over-authenticity-book-mormon.

Neal A. Maxwell, “The Book of Mormon: A Great Answer to ‘The Great Question’” in The Voice of My Servants: Apostolic Messages on Teaching, Learning, and Scripture, ed.

Scott C. Esplin and Richard Neitzel Holzapfel (Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University; Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, ), –   Warfare in the Book of Mormon, ed.

Stephen D. Ricks and William J. Hamblin (Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, ), ; see also "'Secret Combina-tions/" in.

Reexploring the Book of Mormon, ed. John W. Welch (Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, ), 2. See Robert N. Hullinger, Mormon Answer to Skepticism: 2 days ago  Gerald N. Lund, “An Anti-Christ in the Book of Mormon—The Face May Be Strange, but the Voice Is Familiar,” in The Book of Mormon: Alma, the Testimony of the Word, ed.

Monte S. Nyman and Charles D. Tate Jr. (Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, ), –   I find it uplifting and inspiring. Many questions that the Bible doesn't answer are answered in the Book of Mormon. It's a second Testament of Jesus Christ. It's what Ezekiel saw in Chapter 37 where, "The stick of Judah (the Bible) and the stick of Joseph (the Book of Mormon) will become one in the Lord’s hand." And, one in our :// This is by far the best answer I have found so far it's complex but it's logical and makes a lot of sense: REVIEW OF Mormon Answer to Skepticism: Why Joseph Smith Wrote the Book of Mormon Robert Hullinger's book, Mormon Answer to Skepticism, examines the major thought patterns of the Book of Mormon in relation to Joseph Smith's personal Thus the Book of Mormon was translated by the gift and power of God, and not by any power of man.” Robert N.

Hullinger, in his book: Joseph Smith’s Response to Skepticism, cites a personal interview Emma Smith-Bidamon gave to a committee of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in He notes on pages “Smith.

This is one reason why Joseph Smith was attacked so vigorously by some Christian apologists. He was automatically assumed to be a false prophet and hence needed to be exposed.

Among these writers and thinkers was Alexander Campbell, who in February began writing about the Book of Mormon in his own newspaper, the Millennial ://2 days ago  If the Book of Mormon is true, then why has the Mormon church changed it?

Examples are: 1 Nephi ; ; and Alma Compare these with the original Book of Mormon. (Gerald and Sandra Tanner have counted changes in the book of Mormon, excluding punctuation changes).

Answer: When Mormon missionaries (properly called Latter Day Saints or simply "LDS") come to your door, they will often offer a free copy of the Book of Mormon and tell you about its author, Joseph Smith. Smith, they will say, translated the Book of Mormon from golden plates he dug up in a hill in New York in the early ://