Robert L. and Rosemary Brown; Barbara Ellsworth (Editor), Gail A. Gibson (Art Direction). Mesa, Arizona: Brownsworth Publishing Company, Inc., Fourth printing, revised edition, 1992, 7x10 softbound, 290 pages.
Dee-Jay Nelson lectured at the invitation of numerous churches. On a lecture tour through Arizona, Robert L. and Rosemary Brown attended and taped one of his lectures. Ninety-six statements from Nelson's 120 minute lecture were found to be false and misleading.
Dee-Jay Nelson, among other things, claimed to have earned two Ph.D. degrees, to be world renowned Egyptologist, to be an author of over 150 scientific papers and articles, to be a mathematician, and to be the one who, because of his reputation, was asked by the late King Farouk to article his artifacts. He used these and other impressive credentials to intimidate his audience into believing his false statements concerning Joseph Smith and the book of Abraham. However, Dee-Jay Nelson was found to be a high school dropout who purchased his only degree from a diploma mill shut down by Attorney General of the state of Washington, was unknown by real Egyptologists who were unaware of this "scientific papers" and etc...
All documentation is included in Volume I for the most discerning readers.
Book Review: "Best approach to anti-mormon literature I've ever seen. Very impressed! I recommend it to every Latter-day Saint!" --Garth Malan from Utah, Nov. 26, 2001
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