Problems with LDS truth-claims

Before read­ing about the prob­lems, you may want to first con­sid­er the pros and cons of inves­ti­gat­ing the truth-claim data.

Very short summaries

More significant summaries

Other summaries

Addi­tion­al resources and dis­cus­sion can be found at Mor­mon­Think1 and the exmor­mon book­shelf, mor­mon, mor­mon­schol­ar, and exmor­mon sub­red­dits.

Official and Apologetic Resources

Addi­tion­al apolo­getic dis­cus­sion may be found at the lat­ter­day­saints sub­red­dit.

Responses to the CES Letter

The CES Let­ter is the most well-known com­pi­la­tion of prob­lems with LDS truth-claims. Below are respons­es to the CES Let­ter. Where he has respond­ed, I’ve includ­ed a link to the response by Jere­my Run­nells (author of The CES Let­ter).

General pros/cons of the LDS lifestyle


  1. www​.mor​mon​think​.com is a vast resource for pre­sent­ing and dis­cussing LDS truth-claims. The site states that they are “nei­ther an anti-Mor­mon web­site nor an LDS apol­o­gist web­site”, but the dis­cus­sion and tone is over­whelm­ing­ly crit­i­cal, lest the read­er be mis­eld by this dis­claimer. Regard­less, it is a high­ly use­ful resource as long as the site’s bias is clear­ly appre­ci­at­ed.

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