Matthew B. Brown, Mesa, Arizona: The Foundation for Apologetic Information & Research, 2004, DVD Video.
How accurate are the anti-Mormons when it comes to LDS history? Brown shows that most anti-Mormon historical arguments are based on misinterpretations, events ripped from context, or simply bad history. Brown gives numerous examples and sets the record straight.
Examine the way historical sources are used (and abused) in anti-Mormon literature, with particular focus on the way that authors often misuse sources related to Joseph Smith.
Matthew B. Brown received his B.A. in history from Brigham Young University. He is the author of several books including Symbols in Stone: Symbolism on the Early Temples of the Restoration (with Paul Thomas Smith), The Gate of Heaven: Insights on the Doctrines and Symbols of the Temple, All Things Restored: Confirming the Authenticity of LDS Beliefs, The Plan of Salvation: Doctrinal Notes and Commentary, Plates of Gold: The Book of Mormon Comes Forth, and the forthcoming Joseph Smith: The Man, The Mission, The Message. He has also published articles in the Journal of Book of Mormon Studies (on ancient ritual aprons) and the FARMS Review (on the restoration of temple worship). His contributions to the FAIR Web site include an illustrated paper on inverted five-pointed stars, comments on the Spalding-Rigdon theory, and various observations connected with the One Nation under Gods project.
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