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Friday, April 6, 2012
Out of Mormonism
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This book was very informative. It has a lot of reference material for proof and that you can get to use for further research or help in dealing with or talking to LDS.
I found that reading the first hand account, written with love and concern, not bitterness and anger to be a beautiful way of telling this story.
Her honesty in telling how and why they were vulnerable and open to the LDS as well as their worries and concerns while in "training" and while in the "church", as well as her loneliness and empty feelings, were amazingly open and clear.
The way God gave them answers to their questions when they started seeking Him is just the way He works.
I highly recommend this book. It does have doctrinal details to wade through and towards the end flies through several years really fast and is a little like a whirlwind. But it is well worth the time and the read!!
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