Mormonism Unvailed

Mormonism Unvailed Mormonism Unvailed sic is an anti Mormon book published in by Eber D Howe The title page proclaims the book to be a contemporary expos of Mormonism and makes the claim that the historical portio

  • Title: Mormonism Unvailed
  • Author: Eber D. Howe
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  • Page: 318
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  • Mormonism Unvailed sic is an anti Mormon book published in 1834 by Eber D Howe The title page proclaims the book to be a contemporary expos of Mormonism, and makes the claim that the historical portion of the Book of Mormon text was based upon a manuscript written by Solomon Spalding A faithful account of that singular imposition and delusion, from its rise to the prMormonism Unvailed sic is an anti Mormon book published in 1834 by Eber D Howe The title page proclaims the book to be a contemporary expos of Mormonism, and makes the claim that the historical portion of the Book of Mormon text was based upon a manuscript written by Solomon Spalding A faithful account of that singular imposition and delusion, from its rise to the present time With sketches of the characters of its propagators, and a full detail of the manner in which the famous Golden Bible was brought before the world To which are added, inquiries into the probability that the historical part of the said Bible was written by one Solomon Spalding, than twenty years ago, and by him intended to have been published as a romance Howe 1834, p Title page.The publication of Mormonism Unvailed is significant in Mormon history as it is considered to be the first anti Mormon book Mitton 2004, p xviii The book represented the first significant opposition to Mormonism by an author who had actually addressed the contents of the Book of Mormon.Of the many subjects discussed in the book, two had a significantly lasting impact The first of these was the publication of a number of affidavits and other statements related to the character of Joseph Smith, Jr and Martin Harris The second significant item was the introduction of a popular early authorship theory for the Book of Mormon known as the Spalding Rigdon theory of Book of Mormon authorship This volume includes original illustrations from the book and an interactive table of contents.

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    1. Dan Vogel's research and source citations added significant value to this book for those interested in historical events surrounding the early beginning of the LDS Church. Being a practicing Mormon, I find it very interesting to hear the various points of view.


    2. I give five stars to Vogel for his extremely insightful annotations/footnotes. Three stars only, however, for E.D. Howe. MU clearly has major biases, but fascinating insights into Joseph Smith's character, or at least some people's perceptions of his character. It is interesting that Howe took the time to not just give a brief overview of the Book of Mormon, but to break it down book by book and address the major problems he saw within it. It became a bit tedious at times, but overall it was ver [...]


    3. While I'm not a Mormon, I find the anti-Mormon prejudice shown in this 19th-century book to be enormously offensive. Still, this book collects primary documents, interviews, and depositions about early Mormonism that we don't have anywhere else. As such, "Mormonism Unveiled" is an important scholarly tool, but it's no classic, because it's enormously intolerant, and so many of its interviews have such a hostile tone that we cannot trust their information for certain. Indeed, quite a few details [...]


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