Since Joseph Smith founded Mormonism, many changes have been made to make it look more Christian.
Gordon B. Hinckley, 96-year-old president of the Mormons, told the biannual meeting of the Latter Day Saints that the Book of Mormon contains a valid account of Christ's dealings with the American Indians.
In April this year, the Illinois legislature passed a resolution apologizing to the Mormons for the 1844 "murder" of Joseph Smith and expulsion of the Mormons from the state.
Mormon leaders claim that they made no effort to influence the decision to bring the Winter Olympics to Salt Lake City.
Evidence is continuing to surface that Joseph Smith, founder of Mormonism, had built quite a reputation as a local magician.
6 commonly believed myths about Mormons.
The following suggestions, written after years of experience by John L. Smith, are adapted from his book, "Witnessing Effectively to Mormons".
Mormonism stands or falls on the testimony of Joseph Smith, a New England farm boy.
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