PostMo Links View

Interesting Reading Materials. Initially compiled by countrygirl.


Websites Critical of Mormonism


Christian Websites 


Mormonism Research Ministry is a missionary/apologetics organization that was organized in 1979 to propagate the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to critically evaluate the differences between Mormonism and biblical Christianity.



Tower to Truth Ministries presents essays and audio files critical of mormonism from a Christian stance.  Includes 50 Questions to Ask Mormons


Challenging Mormonism is a website produced by Challenge Ministry that presents tracts critical of mormonism.  


Light Planet presents a number of articles on mormonism.



Secular Websites 


MormonThink is a website produced by current and former members of the LDS church.  It's goal is to present objective information about the LDS church, along with both faithful and critical points of view.


Rethinking Mormonism is a collection of essays about mormonism.


The Mormon Curtain is an archive of ex-mormon articles compiled from various ex-mormon websites.


Book of Mormon Problems presents articles and essays addressing Book of Mormon historicity.




In Search of Book of Mormon Geography presents Vernal Holley's maps and list of geographical names that show parallelism between geographical locations in the Northeastern U.S. and the Book of Mormon.


Richard Packham is a retired college teacher and attorney, as well as a former mormon.  His website contains a large number of essays on Mormonism, Christianity, and the Bible. 


Jim Huston's Topical Guide for Apostates



Books and Manuscripts Online


LINK common questions.pdf (Steve Benson's story)





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Parables and Stories 


Polygamy Info



Psychology and Cult Info



Resignation Help



BoM Geography, DNA, Lack of Evidence Info



Exmormon Websites and Forums



Misc. and Statistical Info



You Tube, Video Info


Blogs, etc.







Psychology Today website on belief.  Collection of articles examining belief.