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FAIR Answers Wiki Table of Contents

Response to claims made in "Notes, Abbreviations"



A FAIR Analysis of: One Nation Under Gods, a work by author: Richard Abanes
Page Claim Response Author's sources

475 (HB)
473 (PB)

AOF: The Articles of Faith are thirteen statements that outline the more socially acceptable Mormon beliefs, usually discussed openly by Latter-day Saints when explaining Mormonism to potential converts. None of the articles deal with any doctrines that might be viewed as offensive or controversial to non-Mormons. The Articles of Faith are contained in modern LDS editions of the Pearl of Great Price, one of the Standard Works of the Mormon church. The AOF are on-line at http://www.exmormon.org/fourteen.htm. (HB)
  • Link in the hardback is to an anti-Mormon site which provides a list of fourteen slanted and derogatory statements by a critic of the LDS faith. This was not a mistake of the editor. In the paperback, this is replaced with a link to the LDS site.
  • Use of sources: The Anti-Mormon Articles of Faith