Mormonism Mama And Me

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Moody Publishers, Aug 1, 1986 - Biography & Autobiography - 285 pages
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Raised in the Mormon church, she dreamed of becoming a 'heavenly queen.' A personal account of one woman's Mormon heritage and her conversion to the Christian faith. Examines several important tenets of the Mormon faith.

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Eye Opening View of the Mormon religion

User Review  - Deedle -

Well written and informative. Understanding other religions is important so we can be prepared when asked about OUR faith. I have spoken with Mormon missionaries who came to my door and they certainly present a far different belief system than what is reality. Read full review

User Review  - Pene -

We have been dialoguing with some Mormon missionaries for the past couple of months and this book helped me understand where they are coming from better. It also gave me information that I could ask ... Read full review

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Preface to the Third Edition
Born Again
Mama Looks to Heaven
Joseph Lied God Never Died
Adam Is God?
Grandpa Was a Polygamist
Holy Murder
Blood Flows in Utah
Grandpa Pays for Mountain Meadows

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About the author (1986)

THELMA "GRANNY" GEER was well-known throughout the South and Southwest for her extensive church and missionary conference speaking ministry on Mormonism. Her "down home" approach endeared her to thousands who heard her testimony. She is author of Mormonism Mama and Me. "Granny" has appeared in two films: The Cult Explosion and The God Makers.

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