Very short

More significant


Additional resources and discussion can be found at the exmormon bookshelf, mormon, mormonscholar, and exmormon subreddits.

Official LDS and Apologetic Resources

Additional apologetic discussion may be found at the latterdaysaints subreddit.

Responses to the CES Letter

The CES Letter is the most well-known compilation of problems with LDS truth-claims. Below are responses to the CES Letter. I’ve included links to responses, and Jeremy also keeps a running list of all his responses.

With counter-responses

  1. FairMormon Analysis of CES Letter
  2. A Faithful Reply to the CES Letter from a Former CES Employee (Jim Bennett, original as Stallion Cornell)
  3. dice1899’s CES Letter Rebuttal (Sarah Allen)
  4. Eye of the Beholder, Law of the Harvest: Observations on the Inevitable Consequences of the Different Investigative Approaches of Jeremy Runnells and Jeff Lindsay (Kevin Christensen)
  5. Some Reflections On That Letter To a CES Director (Daniel Peterson)
  6. Jeremy Runnells and the Book of Abraham (Brian Hauglid at Rational Faiths)
  7. “Anti-mormon spreading misinformation” by happiness-seekers blog

Without responses by Runnells

See also

Resources related to the helps and harms of the LDS Church

  1. The MormonThink site states that they are “neither an anti-Mormon website nor an LDS apologist website”, but the discussion and tone is over-archingly critical, lest the reader be miseld by this disclaimer. Still, it is a very useful resource.