Allow me to introduce myself. I am Ronnie Bray, founder and CEO of, 'All About Mormonism' 'Yorkshire Folk Tales' 'Doggie Tails' 'Faith Love & Inspiration' etc, and am solely responsible for the contents of these sites unless otherwise stated.
I do not act under the direction of, on behalf of, nor with approval either overt or tacit of 'The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.'
I create these pages as a free and completely independant agent who is a Mormon, having more than three score years of direct experience with Anti-Mormon Ministries, their Ministers, and their publications relating to Mormons, Mormon History, and Mormonism.
Whilst some individual Mormons have not always walked the path of perfection evidently required of Latter-day Saints by Anti-Mormons, Mormonism as a religious system has nothing to apologise for.
Amidst ridicule, harsh criticism, bitter persecution, and subjected to unspeakable depredations visited on them by Anti-Mormon Mobs often led by ecclesiastics and ministers of the Christian faith that left a people bewildered, brutalised, murdered, violated, ravished, raped, deprived, homeless, outlawed, and exposed to conditions that resulted in the deaths of many of the members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
It is to the credit of Mormons as a religious community that despite the inhuman and devilish treatments to which professing Christians subjected them, the Saints did not waver in their burning faith in and their commitment to Almighty God, but remained tireless in their efforts to assist the sons and daughters of 'Our Father in Heaven,'to know Jesus Christ and to be sanctified and saved by him.
My purpose here is not to crush those that have set themselves up as 'Instruments of God's Wrath and Executioners of God's Divine Punishments,' but to hold Anti-Mormons, their methods, and their products up to the Light of God, to the Light of History, and to the Light of the corpus of Sacred Scripture known as the Holy Bible, and demonstrate thereby the differences between their claims and the reality that is Mormonism.
It is a simple procedure that requires no great intellect, no special training, and no special equipment other than a heart that is basically honest and a mind that is capable of resting from reaching its verdict until the evidence has been presented.
In this there is only the simple purpose of testing whether particular Anti-Mormon claims are correct and true, or whether they belong under a different classification.
I ask no more of you than that you pay careful attention to the examples I present herein.