A Few Plain Words about Mormonism: Showing that Latter-day Saints are No Saints at All, Proved by Extracts from Their Writings

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Author - Mormon Church - 16 pages
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Makes Compelling Argument against Book of Mormon
I really enjoyed reading this tract from England written in the 1850's. The writer uses a comparison the likes of which I have never heard before
between Joseph Smith's Book of Mormon and himself if he were to write a Monkish Journal that supposedly was written 1000 years ago thusly: "I took the omnibus which passes the door of our Monastery, to the Bristol Station, and left by the express train. At Swindon I got a cup of tea and a sandwich. On my arrival at Paddington, I discovered I had left behind my umbrella and portmanteau; but they were telegraphed for, and in the evening a policeman brought them to me in the coffee room..." "What would be thought of the person who pretended that this was a translation from an ancient document and yet the Book of Mormon is just as barefaced an imposture as this would be." page 8. Great job! 

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