Reviews - What do customers think about Mormonism, Masonry, & Godhood?
Good For Quick informationf Mar 20, 2004
When speaking of Mormonism against Christianity, false teachings within the Mormon Religion will be exposed. If you know about the false teachings in the Mormon-LDS Church, do not buy this book. If you are looking for more detailed and researched information, don't buy.
Second note, many don't want to hear the truth about false teachings within Christianity, which Mormonism is., if you don't want to hear the truth, save yourself heart ache don't buy this book. Christ says, the truth will set us free.
I would not say this book is good for witnessing because it is not very detailed. It gives quick little blurbs, but Cathy Burns by no way shape or form is making any of this up to make anyone look bad, look folks, the truth is the truth, we are to contend for the faith, not pervert it. The book would have been better if it gave more detail. The book itself is 101 pages of reading material.
This Book...well not very informative. Jul 21, 2003
Although I respect the right that all to have an opinion I agree that the use of bold text to compensate for poor writing is what Dr. Burns has achieved. I feel anyone who slams others is not very constructive. Biased books are not fun to read. A more neutral book looking at both sides would have been better now that would have been cool. Let the readers decide. DJ Riceburner
Bad information Apr 22, 2003
Please beware: This book is not based on facts or research. This book is by no means a scholarly account and is misleading in it's title. It has very little to do with Mormon/Masonic parallels and is completly uninformative. Cathy Burns has no interest in the truth of the matter and seems to be only interested in Mormon bashing and spreading her own hateful message,(this is somewhat entertaining) while discounting the beliefs of others. With that being said, I would recommend spending the few bucks only if you are interested in a chuckle. The use of silly graphics and drawings, along with the overuse of bolded text to compensate for poor writing can be fun. If you are looking for research material, this is not what you want. If you are looking for a rediculous slam on Mormonism or Masonry, this is your book. Thanks Dr. Burns!