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For the readers—or perhaps more accurately, the reader—who have questions about this site, I have prepared a new Infrequently Asked Questions page.

Based on this last week's mail, I am ready to award myself the title "Meanest Man in Mormondom®" (on the net). I think that the title comes to me undisputed since none of the other claimants to the title—e.g., Dan Peterson, Bill Hamblin, and Louis Midgley—have web pages.

Reasoning like this explains how "The Watchman" rewrites history. What's wrong with this picture? Was Joseph held in Carthage on a charge of treason for destroying a press? That's a pretty stiff charge for destruction of property—unless you are an angry mob.

Here's a site that wants to criticize the Book of Mormon because it is just so darn mean. I've said it before, I'll probably say it again. The anti-Mormon argument about the birth of Jesus in the land of Jerusalem is just plain dumb. In fact, it turns out to be a rather strong argument for the authenticity of the Book of Mormon.

Okay, I'll buy this for the sake of argument. But how do they communicate? If you want to scroll around a bit, the other stuff is slightly humorous as well.