“Unmasking Mormonism” by Ed Decker and Dave Hunt is a critical examination of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), also known as Mormonism. Published in 1984, the book aims to dissect the public image of Mormonism, which often presents as a bastion of family values and moral living. The authors argue that beneath this veneer lies a foundation of beliefs and practices that are at odds with traditional Christian values, including what the authors refer to as “pagan foundations” and secret temple rituals that are integral to achieving the godhood status sought by devout Mormons. This book is positioned as essential reading for those who wish to understand the deeper doctrines of the LDS Church, particularly for those who may encounter Mormon missionaries.​


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