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The Catalog of Antimormon Accusations
Wesley P. Walters
by Woody Brison

This is one leaf of a review of "Inside Mormonism: What Mormons Really Believe" by Isaiah Bennett
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Bennett's footnote 3: 3 "See H. Michael Marquardt and Wesley P. Walters, Inventing Mormonism: Tradition and the Historical Rcord, 49. This work is a good general source for information on the First Vision and book of Mormon stages."
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That book is not a good source of information. Wesley Walters was a rabid antimormon. A deeply biased work by an author dedicated to destroying something regardless of the truth of it, is not a good source about it.

For an example of Walters' bias and deception, see Malin L. Jacobs, The 1826 & 1830 Trials of Joseph Smith: An Analysis Of Wesley Walters' "Joseph Smith's Bainbridge, N.Y., Court Trials", 1999

For another example, see my essay on the chronology of Joseph Smith's First Vision.
Notes

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