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The Mormon Handbook is a collection of research and commentary on the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah.
  • Since the church claims to be the only true Christian church, the handbook compares Mormonism and Christianity.

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Because Mormonism is a complex and controversial religion, the goal of the handbook is to present facts in a straight-forward, bullet-point format.
  • Topics that are trivial or lack adequate documentation are avoided.
  • Most references and quotes are from church friendly sources and General Authorities. Reputable professionals are quoted in their respective field of study.
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  • Biblical quotes are from the King James Version unless noted otherwise.

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