Like the Skeptics Annotated Book of Mormon with less sass and more citations.
Many claims have been made about the Book of Mormon: that it is divine scripture, a true history of three separate migrations of people from the Old World to the Americas, a guide to living happily, the most correct book on Earth, and so on. The goal of the Freethinker’s Book of Mormon is to examine these claims from a freethought point of view in the light of the evidence at hand. In short, no questions are out-of-bounds no matter how uncomfortable, and all beliefs should be supported by logic, reason, and factual evidence.
The Freethinker’s Book of Mormon is drawn from the first published edition of the Book of Mormon printed in Palmyra, New York in 1830. Modern LDS chapter and verse divisions have been used for ease of reference.
Warning: The electronic source of the Palmyra edition used by the Freethinker’s Book of Mormon is inaccurate. Therefore, the Freethinker’s Book of Mormon shouldn’t be relied upon to reflect the text of the original printing until a review has been completed.
Freethinker's Book of Mormon is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 United States License. Based on a work at www.blakeclan.org.