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Mr. Mormon can take a normal LDS member and turn them into a Super-Mormon by using new ideas and discoveries from science, the cosmos, world history, and the scriptures. Mr. Mormon teaches about a supernova that was recorded by Chinese astronomers at the time of the birth of Jesus. It discovers that Joseph Smith taught the theory of time relativity over a half of a century before Albert Einstein. It proves that Moses could not have been writing fiction as his account in Genesis states that the moon and the sun were created on the fourth day of a sixth day creation period aligning perfectly with the 14-billion-year timeline of the universe. It fills in the gaps between the creation story versus the evolution of man on planet Earth. It solves that age-old question about Adam's paradox in the Garden of Eden with the dilemma of breaking one of God's commandments in order to keep the other commandment. And much more....

©2010 John S. Pennington Jr. (P)2010 John S. Pennington Jr.

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Good food for thought

I really enjoyed listening to this book. It was more like a series of energetic presentations which were really insightful and gave me a lot to think about. I'm grateful to the author for putting this together and all the time and effort he put into it.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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Eye opening and informative. A very good read.

Great and informative! I can help my non Mormon friends just using the bible. Hard to put my device and headphones down.

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This book gets better every time I listen to it.

Would you consider the audio edition of Mr. Mormon to be better than the print version?

I have listened to the whole book one time --- and several chapters I have listened to three and four times. The first time I was speed listening, and missed a bunch of details. I study a lot of LDS books, but this book has subjects that very few LDS writers ever discuss. <br/><br/>There is a half of a chapter on the “new name and secret names of angels” all referenced from the Bible. Quoting where Jesus himself also received a “new name”. I have read the Bible many times and missed this and I have never read any LDS author discuss this subject to this type of depth using only the Bible. <br/><br/>The chapter on the planets and the solar system compares the formation of Eve coming from Adam’s rib, which the author states is a piece of Adam… to the formation of our Moon coming from a piece of the Earth. When the Earth was hit by a very large asteroid billions of years ago and a piece of the Earth broke off and formed the Moon. This is a really unique concept that the author uses and backs it up with science.<br/><br/>Another very detailed, and very interesting comparison is the analogy of Neutrons, Protons and Electrons compared to God, Jesus and the HG….and how those three things made everything in the universe. I had to listen to this several times to finally get all the hidden meanings.<br/><br/>I never knew that Joseph Smith taught that an “eternity” was 2.555 billion years long. A set period of time. This was extremely interesting. I loved discovering this fact in this book.<br/><br/>I have read the Bible cover to cover many times. But this Mr. Mormon book finds Bible scripture after Bible scripture that I never knew was even in the Bible, or I must have read over them many times in the past but never related their significance to the LDS gospel. <br/><br/>But this is the kicker and why I recommend this book!!! --- I have studied for years and years about the Garden of Eden and what went on there, as it is very confusing. However, this book has an entire chapter ----- and is the VERY BEST ANSWER THAT I HAVE EVER READ on this subject. It is the most thorough --- scripture based --- and most logical answer I have ever heard. If you purchase the book just to listen to that one chapter alone, it will be worth it.

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The only negative thing I can say about this book is that it is probably the first book that this author has written, as I cannot find anything else on Google. And in some places the author repeats himself and therefore you can tell it is a first time author, but other than that…. I will definitely buy the next book if he ever decides to write another. I absolutely loved this book.

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enlightening

we thought it very enlightening, addicting, we loved it,thank you we want to hear more.

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Great book!!

I highly recommend this book to everyone! It is a great book for the LDS members to read to understand more of the wonderful faith that we are in and the Beautiful gospel that the Lord has given to us. It is also a great book for those who are not of this Faith but are curious and interested in some of the things that we believe in when it comes to our Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ. I look forward to reading this book again and again and would recommend it to anyone!!

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loved it!

I loved all the symbolism he discusses and how he teaches mostly from the Bible. I learned a lot and had my learning expanded. It makes me want to continue learning as much as I can and I know I will listen to this again.

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great!

big testimony builder! please write more so I can learn more from your insights! very easy to listen to.

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Fantastic book

What did you love best about Mr. Mormon?

I listened to this book once and it was fun, informative and mentally provoking. I then picked out a few chapters to review a second time and was amazed that I had missed so much content (deep content) the first time. Then on my third and fourth time I picked out deeper concepts, and realized that this Mr. Mormon guy is teaching on several different levels all at the same time -- especially, the chapter on the Solar System and how he links scriptures to science. The chapter about the Garden of Eden and Adam and Eve is also very deep. My family and I talk about the Mr. Mormon book all the time. This is a fantastic book.<br/>Additionally, just three weeks ago I talked to a returning LDS Missionary from Texas and he said that he had the actual Mr. Mormon audio CDs on his mission, and every time he got a new companion, the two of them would listen to the entire book. His last companion begged him to leave the CDs within the mission, and he agreed. Then just a few days ago I talked to another LDS Missionary returning from Taiwan, and she said almost the same thing. Each time she got a new companion they would listen to Mr. Mormon, and her last companion also convinced her to leave the book with her.<br/>This is such a great book, I highly recommend it to anyone.

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Great book

Interesting perspectives. The first chapter was a little slow moving but after that it was really good. Lots of interesting commentary on the gospel. As a lifelong member I found new insights. Worth a read for sure.

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All very good except repetitive diaclaimers.

Explinations were awesome abd verifiable.
Every chapter has the same disclaimer. It is unnecessary after the initial one.

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  • william Moffett
  • 06-22-16

excellient

Absolutely loved this book. |Very well narrated. Explains Christian concepts and doctrines clearly. It was interesting and held my attention.