Joseph Smith’s Response to Skepticism
Robert N. Hullinger

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De Pillis, Mario. “The Quest for Religious Authority and the Rise of Mormonism.” Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought 1 (Spring 1966): 68-88.

———. “The Social Sources of Mormonism.” Church History 37 (Mar. 1968): 50-79.

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———. “The Comparative Method.” In the series “Mixed Voices: A Study in Book of Mormon Criticism.” Improvement Era 62 (Oct.-Nov. 1959).

———. “A New Look at the Pearl of Great Price: Part I. Challenge and Response.” Improvement Era 71 (Feb. 1968): 14-21.

———. “The Stick of Judah.” Improvement Era 56 (Jan.-June 1953).

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Noah, Mordecai Manuel. “Proclamation to the Jews.” Wayne Sentinel, 27 Sept. 1825.

———. “Speech at the Consecration of the Cornerstone of the City [p.204] of Ararat, Buffalo, N.Y., 15 September 1825.” Wayne Sentinel, 4, 11 Oct. 1825.

Owen, Robert. “Declaration of Mental Independence.” Wayne Sentinel, 25 Aug. 1826.

Phelps, William Wines. “Israel Will be Gathered.” The Evening and Morning Star, June 1833.

Pratt, Orson. “The Ancient Prophecies.” Journal of Discourses 2:284-98.

———. “Divine Authenticity of the Book of Mormon.” Doctrines of the Gospel. 124-314.

———. “Divine Authority, or the Question, Was Joseph Smith Sent of God?” Doctrines of the Gospel, 7-40.

———. An Interesting Account of Several Remarkable Visions and of the Late Discovery of Ancient American Records. England, 1840; New York: By the Author, 1841.

———. “Review of God’s Dealings with the Prophet Joseph.” Journal of Discourses 15:178-91.

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Purple, W. D. “Account of Joseph Smith’s 1826 Trial at Bainbridge, N.Y., Chenago Union, 2 May 1877·” In Among the Mormons, 34-37.

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Walters, Wesley P. “Joseph Smith Among the Egyptians.” The Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 16 (Winter 1973): 25-45.

———. “Joseph Smith’s Bainbridge, N.Y. Court Trials.” Westminster Theological Journal 36 (Winter 1974): 123-55.

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———. “A Reply to Dr. Bushman.” Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought 4 (Spring 1969): 94-100.

———. “From Occult to Cult with Joseph Smith, Jr.” Journal of Pastoral Practice 1 (1977).

Washington, George. “Farewell Address.” In The Worlds Great Speeches, edited by Lewis Copeland, 248-59.

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Wild, Asa. “Remarkable VISION and REVELATION.” Wayne Sentinel, 22 Oct. 1823.

Published Letters

Anthon, Charles to Eber D. Howe, 17 Feb. 1834. Howe, Mormonism Unvailed, 270-72.

Anthon, Charles to T. W. Coit, 3 Apr. 1841. The Church Record (1841): 231-32.

Cowdery, Oliver to W. W. Phelps, Letters I-VIII, Sept. 1834-Sept. 1835. Messenger and Advocate, Oct. 1834-Oct. 1835.

Davis, Matthew L. to his Wife, 6 Feb. 1840. Ben E. Rich, Scrap Book of Mormon Literature, 2:404.

Harris, Martin to Mr. Emerson, Smithfield, UT, 23 Nov. 1870. Saints Herald 22 (1875): 630.

Larned, Sylvester to Mr. Merrick, Pittsfield, MA, 1815 (?). Ethan Smith, View of the Hebrews, 220.

Page, Hiram to William McLellin, 30 May 1847. Ensign of Liberty, of The Church of Christ 1 (Dec. 1847).

Phelps, William Wines to Eber D. Howe, 15 Jan. 1831. Howe, Mormonism Unvailed, 234.

Red Jacket, Chief to Captain Parish, 18 Jan. 1821. Western Farmer, 4 Apr. 1821.

Smith, Joseph, Jr., to W. W. Phelps, Nov. 1832. History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1:299.

Smith, Joseph, Jr., to Moses C. Nickerson, 19 Nov. 1833. History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1:441-42.

Smith, Joseph III, Letter to the Editor, “Last Testimony of Sister Emma.” Saints’ Herald 26 (1 Oct. 1879): 220.

Smith, Simon to President Joseph Smith III, 30 Dec. 1880. Saints’ Herald 28 (1 Feb. 1881): 43.

Whitmer, David to Orson Pratt, 1878. Millennial Star 40 (1879): 772.

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Newspapers and Periodicals—Mormon

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Brigham Young University Studies. Provo, UT. 1960-present.

The Contributor. Salt Lake City. Oct. 1879-Oct. 1896.

Deseret News. Salt Lake City. 1850-present.

Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought. 1966-present.

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The Evening and Morning Star. Independence, MO; Kirtland, OH. 1832-34.

Improvement Era. Salt Lake City. 1897-1970

Latter Day Saints’ Messenger and Advocate. Kirtland, OH. 1834-37.

Millennial Star. Manchester and Liverpool. 1840-1970.

Saints’ Herald. Lamoni, IA; Independence, MO. 1860-present.

Times and Seasons. Nauvoo, IL. 1839-46.

Newspapers and Periodicals—Other

The Church Record. Flushing, NY. 1840-84.

Gospel Luminary. West Bloomfield, NY. 1825-33.

Kansas City Daily Journal. Kansas City, MO. 1881.

Methodist Magazine. New York City. 1818-40.

Ontario Phoenix. Canandaigua, NY. 1828-31.

Painesville Telegraph. Painesville, OH, 1822-present.

Palmyra Reflector. Palmyra, NY. 1829-31.

Palmyra Register. Palmyra, NY. 1817-21. Successively titled: Western Farmer. 1821-22. Palmyra Herald. 1822-23. Wayne Sentinel. 1823-60.

Rochester Daily Advertiser and Telegraph. Rochester, NY. 1826-56.

Rochester Daily Democrat. Rochester, NY. 1834-57. Rochester Gem. Rochester, NY. 1829.

Rocky Mountain Mason. Salt Lake City. 1956.

Unpublished Material

Bidamon, Emma to Sister Pilgrim, 27 Mar. 1876, Nauvoo, IL. Reorganized LDS Archives, Independence, MO.

Burnett, Stephen to Br. Johnson, 15 Apr. 1838. Joseph Smith Letter [p.207] Book, 2. Joseph Smith Papers, LDS Archives, Salt Lake City.

Cheesman, Paul R. “An Analysis of the Accounts Relating to Joseph Smith’s Early Vision.” M.A. Thesis. Brigham Young University, 1965.

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