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[KINDLE] ❁ One Nation Under Gods ❄ Richard Abanes – Eiyo.us

One Nation Under Gods Founded In 1830, The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints Was Initially Perceived As A Movement Of Polygamous, Radical Zealots Now In Parts Of The U.S It Has Become Synonymous With The Establishment In Reevaluating Its Preoccupation With Issues Of Church And State, Abanes Uncovers The Political Agenda At Mormonism S Core The Transformation Of The World Into A Theocratic Kingdom Under Mormon Authority This Illustrated Edition Has Been Revised And Offers A New Postscript By The Author.

[KINDLE] ❁ One Nation Under Gods  ❄ Richard Abanes – Eiyo.us
  • Paperback
  • 672 pages
  • One Nation Under Gods
  • Richard Abanes
  • English
  • 12 October 2017
  • 1568582838

    10 thoughts on “[KINDLE] ❁ One Nation Under Gods ❄ Richard Abanes – Eiyo.us


  1. says:

    Having read The Book of Mormon , I wondered exactly what kind of mind it would take to actually believe the nonsense that Joseph Smith made up This book tells the truth and has the footnotes to back it up regarding the history of the Mormon church and its mind control tactics and continue to this day I would defy anyone who is an active member of the Mormon church to really question their elders about why Joseph Smith really blew it when deciphering the Egyptian hyroglyphics contained with t Having read The Book of Mormon , I wondered exactly what kind of mind it would take to actually believe the nonsense that Joseph Smith made up This book tells the truth and has the footnotes to...


  2. says:

    Coming from an LDS background, I decided to read this book because I wanted to read LDS church history from someone without a LDS church bias it also had some really good reviews onOf course, this book isn t without the authors bias, but it seems to be a lotaccurate and objective than the history taught in our church This book claims some harsh realities, that are especially hard to accept having been told a completely different version in sunday school Except for names, dates Coming from an LDS background, I decided to read this book because I wanted to read LDS church history from someone without a LDS church bias it als...


  3. says:

    This was a fascinating look at the early roots of the Mormon religion Meticulously footnoted, it remains very readable and in parts quite surprising, especially in explaining the history of Joseph Smith s family, early life, interaction with other faith traditions, and Brigham Young...


  4. says:

    If you are looking for an accurate history of the Mormon church that reads like a novel with plenty of documentation and source material citations to back up the information, this is probably your best choice and the most comprehensive book of its type out there.


  5. says:

    All I can say is, if you are a Mormon, you better be sitting down if you choose to read this I suggest anyone researching Mormonism to read this after reading Fawn Brodie, Grant Palmer and Todd Compton s books This book holds no punches In the end, this book points to the facts do not support the religion It tells it like it is and its not very graceful as fact over fact is presented It is however 100% accurate, I could not find anything inaccurate about this book and that was my focus thr All I can say is, if you are a Mormon, you better be sitting down if you choose to read this I suggest anyone researching Mormonism to read this after reading Fawn Brodie, Grant Palmer and Todd Compton s books This book holds no punches In the end, this book points to the facts do not support the religion It tells it like it is and its not very graceful as fact over fact is presented It is however 100% accurate, I could not find anything inaccurate about this book and that was my focus throughout reading it Only one chapter has personal views near the end and Richard makes it clear that is the case But this book goes into facts that Mormons either do not know, or do not talk or think about and could be offensive to a true believing Mormon This book is well recognized for i...


  6. says:

    I read this a number of years ago t the request of a cousin who thought it might help me better understand his misgivings about Mormonism Unfortunately, Abanes parades anti Mormonism under the guise of unbiased scholarship To his credit, Abanes did a thorough job and his bibliography is frankly astounding The problem is, as I pointed out to my cousin, I could write a book about the world being flat that included a hundred pages of first hand accounts and relevant historical source material I read this a number of years ago t the request of a cousin who thought it might help me better understand his misgivings about Mormonism Unfortunately, Abanes parades anti Mormonism under the guise of unbiased scholarship To his credit, Abanes did a thorough job and his bibliography is frankly astounding The problem is, as I pointed out to my cousin, I could write a book about the world bein...


  7. says:

    As someone that grew up in an LDS home I can honestly say this was NOT the history I knew Many things were correct and I read this after becoming Christian and wanting to understand where the differences were Its an eye opening book I appreciate all of the research and work that was put into it.


  8. says:

    Thorough, incredibly well cited, and fascinating history and explanation of the Mormon Church I am impressed with the amount of sources the author was able to reference.


  9. says:

    Scary, scary book that people should read to get a good handle on what the Mormon religion really is and isn t.Christianity it is NOT


  10. says:

    This book surprised me, as I was unaware that a book such as this existed The author makes his arguments with quotes from original LDS sources, which are verifiable It reads easily, and its content was mostly new to me I enjoyed this book for its research, its writing, and its content.

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