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A Latter Day Deception

by Martin Wishnatsky

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Author Bio

Chapter One:
The Washington Temple

Chapter Two:
The Princeton Stacks

Chapter Three:
Holy Murder

Chapter Four:
The Prophet

Chapter Five:
Becoming a God

Chapter Six:
Granite Mountain

Chapter Seven:
Kingdom Come


Book Summary


Mormonism: A Latter Day Deception is a riveting, at times hilarious, account of how a sincere believer was disabused of his confidence in the Mormon revelation. The author, a Harvard Ph.D., joined the Mormon Church in 1980. A year later, he received a Temple Recommend for the Washington, D.C. temple. He entered the Temple a Mormon, but left it a non-Mormon.

Mormonism: A Latter Day Deception presents a rare detailed eyewitness account of the Mormon Temple ceremonies circa 1981. No other book of which the author is aware presents as starkly authentic an account of these secret ceremonies of Mormonism.

As a Harvard Ph.D. in Political Science, the author was driven by his shocking experience in the Mormon Temple to research the origins of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. He presents tersely and cogently irrefutable evidence of its true character.

From the Washington Temple to the millions of rolls of microfilm in Granite Mountain to Joseph Smith's masonic rip-off, all is revealed and woven together to reveal the church's foundation in darkness.

If you want to know the truth about the Mormon Church, you will find it here - from one who saw it with his own eyes. The ambitions and pretense of this institution, termed by one author the Islam of America, is presented for the purpose of setting the captives free. And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free. John 8:32.