Lack of Logic in BOOK OF MORMON REVIEWS—Since we’ve figured out why the BoM has so many Amazon reviews (see below), I thought it might be fun to discuss some of those “reviews.” Here’s the most recent one.

Amazon reviewer of Mormon Origin– Based on sientific fact and logical
conclusions, truth seems to be on the side of the Book of Mormon. Anyone that
actually studies the scriptures, will recognize the fact that the Book of Mormon
only supports what is written in the Old and New Testiments about Jesus Christ,
his coming, birth, ministry and Atoning Sacrafice. I don’t understand what the
fuss is all about. Truth is truth where ever you find it. Unless it’s the fact
that Satan doesn’t like the truth and is trying hard to convince people that
lies are truth, and sadly there are so many people out there that are easily

First of all, Mormon reviewer, it is best NOT to tout “scientific fact” when one cannot even SPELL scientific. Sorry, but we AREN’T gonna take you seriously. And just what conclusions are those, anyway? Give us examples. How did you arrive at this conclusion yourself, since that pesky DNA evidence pretty much proves that the BOOK OF MORMON could not have taken place in North America.

Now, I’m gonna admit here that all one has to do is utter the letters DNA and my eyes roll back in my head and I start to snore, but I do know this. Those Native Americans you guys have been calling Lamanites for years? You know, the ones you claim were descended from ancient seafaring Israelites? DNA evidence has proven they are actually descendants from ancient Siberia and Southeast Asia. Now Mormon reviewer, this is a pretty major finding. There are other things, but this one is IMPORTANT. Sorry you don’t understand all the fuss, but as you say TRUTH IS TRUTH. And the truth is, the Book of Mormon is wrong. So how do you explain that?

And how easy it is to attribute things to Satan when you don’t have the answer. It’s a funny kind of logic you Mormons use.

Silly me, when I heard about all this DNA evidence fuss, I figured that finally the Mormons would have to abandon the BoM as having divine origins. I was wrong. I heard THIS explanation, instead. “God changed the DNA evidence so we would have to rely on faith.”

At this point, all I can do is throw my hands up in the air and run screaming….


About Natalie R. Collins

Natalie has more than 30 years writing, editing, proofreading and design experience. She has written 20 books (and counting), has worked for the Sundance Film Festival, and as an investigative journalist, editor, and proofreader. She embraces her gypsy-heart and is following her new free-thinking journey through life. Follow her as she starts over and learns a bunch of life's lessons--some the hard way.
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One Response to 110391500082846233

  1. Bradley says:

    That’s great. I love it when people question using a mixture of common sense and knowledge of rhetoric. Good show.



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