Ces letter debunked

Debunking the CES Letter or “The Idiot’s Guide to Using Critical Reasoning Against Anti-Mormon Material” The Internet has changed the way we view information. We can search and find just about anything now (including anti-Mormon material), but much of what we find is boiled-down blurbs of meme’s and buzzwords..

Web. the thing that always bugs me about the kind of attack the CES letter uses (whether in the CES letter or in politcs or any other emotionally charged setting) is that it leaves out so much in its effort to be convincing. This puts it in the same category as other deceivers with a purpose such as fortune-tellers and so-called "psychics.".

For those unfamiliar with FairMormon Repackaged®, FairMormon (an unofficial Mormon apologetic group) attacked me and the CES Letter in the summer of 2013 with a section of their website devoted to just the CES Letter and myself in hopes of destroying the CES Letter and keeping concerned Mormons in the Mormon Apologetic House of Mirrors.





Anyone considering leaving the Church because of the "CES Letter" should recall 1 Nephi 9:26-28 "And I also cast my eyes round about, and beheld, on the other side of the river of water, a great and spacious building; and it stood as it were in the air, high above the earth..