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Is Mormonism True Or Is It A Fraud? [How You Can Know] ML:144

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  1. You don’t even have to go to the comparative study of the different versions of the First Vision to find contradiction. In the JS history in the PoGP Joseph contradicts himself. I noticed this as a missionary, in 2001:

    10 In the midst of this war of words and tumult of opinions, I OFTEN SAID TO MYSELF: What is to be done? Who of all these parties are right; or, ARE THEY ALL WRONG TOGETHER? If any one of them be aright, which is it, and how shall I know it?

    18 My object in going to ainquire of the Lord was to know which of all the sects was right, that I might know which to join. No sooner, therefore, did I get possession of myself, so as to be able to speak, than I asked the Personages who stood above me in the light, which of all the sects was right (FOR AT THIS TIME IT HAD NEVER ENTERED INTO MY HEART THAT ALL WERE WRONG)—and which I should join.

    (caps added for emphasis)

    So, which is it? Did he “often” wonder if they were all wrong, or had it never entered into his heart that they might be wrong?

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