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The case against Mormonism;
a plain discussion and analysis of the stock allegations and arguments against the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and its founder, Joseph Smith, with the intention of determining their evidential value, also their actual significance to the claims made for the system of teaching and practice, popularly known as "Mormonism."
By Robert C. Webb, non-"Mormon".

APA Citation

Webb, R. C. (1915). The case against Mormonism: a plain discussion and analysis of the stock allegations and arguments against the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and its founder, Joseph Smith, with the intention of determining their evidential value, also their actual significance to the claims made for the system of teaching and practice, popularly known as "Mormonism.". New York: L. L. Walton.

MLA Citation

Webb, Robert C. The Case Against Mormonism: a Plain Discussion And Analysis of the Stock Allegations And Arguments Against the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints And Its Founder, Joseph Smith, With the Intention of Determining Their Evidential Value, Also Their Actual Significance to the Claims Made for the System of Teaching And Practice, Popularly Known As "Mormonism.". New York: L. L. Walton, 1915.

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