Mormon responses to atheism

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    Mormon responses to atheism

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  • Subjective revelation
    Brief Summary: Critics complain that the LDS appeal to "revelation" or a "burning in the bosom" is subjective, emotion-based, and thus unreliable and susceptible to self-deception. Sectarian critics also belittle appeals to spiritual experiences, comparing them to "warm fuzzies," or merely something "felt by simply watching a Hollywood movie." (Click here for full article)
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  • Atheism (Click here for full article)
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