Recovery from Mormonism
This web page allows ex-Mormons the opportunity to tell their story. Some of the stories are emotional and seem very sincere. There are around seventy-five different stories to read at this site. Anyone that wants to learn more about the "emotional" aspect of leaving the LDS Church should check out this web site. There is also an e-mail list and a bulletin board that provides a forum for ex-Mormons in recovery. This is a great site.
Mormonism in Transition (Institute for Religious Research)
Utah Lighthouse Ministry - Official Site
The Utah Lighthouse Ministries is organized by Jerald and Sandra Tanner.
Mormon Central by H. Michael Marquardt
Page of Honest Intellectual Inquiry
Misgivings About Mormonism
www.geocities.com/Heartland/2531/mormon/mormonframe.html [link obsolete]
The Mormon Temple Endowment Homepage
Word for the Weary
Answering the Challenge of Mormonism from a Biblical Perspective
Won't Someone Please Buy My Tokens?
www.enteract.com/~marsh/index.htm [link obsolete]
Mormonism Web Ministries (was "Trust the Truth Association")
www.mormonism-web.com [link obsolete]
"Trust The Truth Association was formed to encourage reliance upon The Holy Bible, particularly when making decisions affecting one's eternal salvation. As part of our commitment, we have elected to accept the challenge which LDS Prophet" Brigham Young issued in 1873: "Take up the Bible, compare the religion of the Latter-day Saints with it, and see if it will stand the test." Brigham Young, Journal of Discourses, Vol. 16, p. 46." This web site has a substantial rare publication archive. This is a site worth visiting.
Mormonism: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Dave's Controversial Religion Page
http://www.inlink.com/~rife/religion.html [link obsolete]
This WWW page has "Alternate Guide to Mormonism" a good starting for a beginner LDS investigator. But more interesting to me, the web page has the LDS temple ceremony versions, 1931, 1984, and 1990. For anyone interested in how the LDS ceremony changed this is a good place to look.
The Mormonism Research Ministry Home Page
This WWW page has a couple of interesting articles. Although a Mormon will probably not find them all that enlightening, an investigator will start to see more of the controversy surrounding the LDS Church. This web site also offers a free newsletter.
The Watchman Expositor
There are so many controversial LDS articles here that I have not had the time to read them all. This web page also offers a free newsletter. But, more importantly the resources are volumous. You can purchase many controversial books here at a reasonable prices under Mormon resources. Although this sounds like an advertisement, I am in no way connected to this organization.
Reason - Missing Pieces in Mormon History
"This web site was created to present all the parts of Mormon history that get left out, hidden, or thrown away, when those pieces of the puzzle don't fit together, (or form the picture), the that those writing "Official Church History" wanted." This site duplicates a lot of the material produced by Jerald and Sandra Tanner from Utah Lighthouse Ministry. There is a substantial book listing and order form available. This web site is not an official publication of the Utah Lighthouse Ministry.
Ex-Mormon; Questions and Answers
members.aol.com/exmormons/exmor.html [link obsolete]
"The purpose of this page is to provide information to those seeking alternate viewpoints concerning the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, commonly known as the "Mormon Church." You can pose an LDS related question to the site and see an answer posted from an ex-Mormon perspective.
Ex-Mormon (Mark D. Champneys)
www.integrityol.com/exmormon/ [link obsolete]
Mormon Origins, by H. Michael Marquardt
For Any Latter-Day Saint
home.unicomp.net/~banister/forlds.htm [link obsolete]
Mormonism to Christianity: Answers to Questions
ftp://members.aol.com:/Abalone123/LDS/answers.htm [link obsolete]
Helping Mormons Reach Perfection
member.iquest.net/~jtchan/observe.htm [link obsolete]
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