Out of Mormonism: A Woman's True Story

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Baker Publishing Group, Aug 1, 2001 - Religion - 162 pages
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When Judy and Jim Robertson felt a spiritual void in their lives, they found ""the finest people in the world""
to embrace them and a beautifully packaged religion to entice them. Once drawn into Mormonism, they quickly climbed to leadership positions and became worthy temple Mormons, only to become disillusioned with the teaching and demands of the LDS church. From her unique insider's viewpoint, Judy shares her life as a Mormon woman, her rediscovery of the Jesus of the Bible, and how she and Jim found freedom as they left the LDS church in the face of persecution and confrontation.

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A very enlightening and interesting true story

User Review  - wfnren - Christianbook.com

My what an enlightening and interesting book! It really held my interest and it wasn't even Amish, Historical Christian or any of my second genre choices to read. I had heard some of these things ... Read full review

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User Review  - broccolima - LibraryThing

Not sure what to say about this book. The writing has no serious flaws; it's adequate if a bit bland. This is not a meaty book about Mormonism; there is very little really about the religion or the ... Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Judy Roberston is an author, speaker, teacher, and cofounder of Concerned Christians, an outreach ministry to Mormons and an equipping arm to the body of Christ. She and her husband live in Arizona.

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