Helpful Links is a site produced by members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who are concerned about the historical accuracy of our church and how it is being taught to its members and portrayed in the media.

There is a lot of misinformation on the LDS church that is presented by both critics and defenders of the faith - particularly on the Internet. They present both sides fairly and let the reader decide. Click Here is a social network for those who are questioning their faith in the Mormon Church and also for those who need support as they transition their lives to a normal life. They are not affiliated with any religion and they do not advocate any religion.

This is a great website if you want to chat with Ex Mormons and Mormons alike. alternative

Hundreds, if not thousands, of former Mormons credit Richard's website with giving them their first honest exposure to the truths about the history of Mormonism.

His website has information regarding many problems facing Moromonism. Click Here

The Utah Lighthouse Ministry has been around for years and has contributed countless articles and information in regards to Mormon discrepancies.

The purpose of their site is to document problems with the claims of Mormonism and compare LDS doctrines with Christianity. Click Here

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Ex-Mormon Scholars Testify

Testify: To make a statement based on personal knowledge in support of an asserted fact.

Scholar: A learned person. A specialist in a given branch of knowledge.

This website is designed for ex-Mormon scholars, intellectuals, authors or anyone who has special knowledge of Mormonism by study, via authoring books or speaking at ex-Mormon related conferences.

Some testimonies are from the dictionary definition of scholar or someone who holds a PhD or Professor from a university and others are from ex-members regarded as 'scholars of Mormonism' by the ex-Mormon community.

This website also gives Ex-Mormon scholars and intellectuals the chance to share their thoughts and feelings about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Every testimony is from a former member of the LDS faith.

One thing we hope to accomplish is helping people understand that 'apostates' to the Mormon church are honest and sincere people. Many Ex-Mormons left the church for various reasons but one thing is common amongst many of them. They feel the LDS church has been less than honest in regards to Mormon history and how it's portrayed to its members.

We hope you find these testimonies helpful and feel free to contact us with your thoughts.

Featured Scholar - Dr. Simon Southerton

Simon G. Southerton is a Principal Research Scientist in the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) Canberra, Australia. He holds a Bachelor of Agricultural Science degree (Hon I) and a Ph.D. from the University of Sydney.

His research is focused on the study of genetic variation in forest trees and he has published about 40 research papers in the field of plant molecular genetics.

He is the author of Losing a Lost Tribe (Signature Books, 2004) which considers widely held Mormon beliefs in light of recent genetics research on Native Americans.

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