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Shaken Faith Syndrome: Strengthening One's Testimony in the Face of Criticism and Doubt
|Shaken Faith Syndrome: Strengthening One's Testimony in the Face of Criticism and Doubt
|Year of Publication
|Ash, Michael R.
|Number of Pages
|Apologetics; Book of Mormon Anachronisms; Book of Mormon Geography; Eight Witnesses; Textual Changes; Three Witnesses
In today's world an increasing number of Latter-day Saints are encountering anti-Mormon material. Since most members don't have all the answers at their fingertips, LDS-critical claims can be unsettling or create doubt. Some arguments have caused a few members--even active members with strong testimonies--to lose their faith.
Backed by extensive research and decades of experience dealing with anti-Mormon allegations, Michael Ash explores how we can be both rational thinkers and devout believers.
This second edition of Shaken Faith Syndrome is enlarged and expanded from the first edition, incorporating new research and findings into its pages.
Archivist's Note: This is not the full book. A number of chapters have been provided as a courtesy by FAIR. The full book can be purchased at the link below.
Table of Contents
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Table of Contents
- Fullness of the Gospel
- The Book of Mormon Witnesses
- Joseph's Environment and the Book of Mormon
- Anachronisms: The Wrong Things at the Wrong Time
- Book of Mormon Geography
- Others in the Book of Mormon
- Lamanite Identity and the Book of Mormon
- Book of Mormon Textual Changes
- Reformed Egyptian and Book of Mormon Language
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