Russell Y. Anderson, "The 1826 Trial of Joseph Smith," Mesa, Arizona: The Foundation for Apologetic Information & Research (FAIR), 2002.
Anti-Mormons often portray Joseph Smith in the most damaging way possible. Every effort is used to try to impugn his character, damage his reputation and show him to be a fraud and a charlatan. But in 1826 a warrant really was issued for the arrest and trial of Joseph Smith for being a disorderly person and an imposter. The anti-Mormons have pounced on this as evidence of his chicanery. What are the facts surrounding this trial? Was he guilty of being a fraud? Have the anti-Mormons really found the issue that proves Joseph Smith was a false prophet? Russell Anderson explores these issues and gives the background and evidence the anti-Mormons use against Joseph Smith along with the rest of the story.
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