March 12, 1980 by • A. E. Housman, Alexander Campbell, American Anthropologist, American Indians, angel(s) Moroni, anti-Mormon, Armenian, B. H. Roberts, Bible, Book of Mormon, Brooklyn tabernacle, C. S. Braden, C. Sheridan Jones, Charles Francis Dams, Christian(s), Christian(s) duty, comparative method, contemporaries, criticism, Cyril of Jerusalem, D. B. Davis, Daniel P. Kidder, David H. Bays, David Marks, delusion, duty, E. D. Howe, Eduard Meyer, Egyptian hieroglyphics, embarrassment, Ethan Smith, evil, Fawn M. Brodie, Francis Kirkham, George Arbaugh, God, Gold Plates, Golden Bible, H. M. Beardsley, Henry C. Sheldon, hieroglyphics, impossibility, imposter, imposture, Indians American, Israel, J. H. Snowden, J. P. Newman, J. W. Gunnison, J.B. Turner, James H. Hunt, Jews, Joachim of Flora, John Hyde, John Reynolds, Joseph Smith, Joseph Smith Jr., Koran, L. Rumble, Lamanite(s), Latter-day Saints, M. B. Hogan, martyr(s), modern Arianism, Mormon Menace, Mormon(s), Mormonism, Moroni, Mosheim, Moslem(s), Nancy Towle, Nephi, Nephites, objectivity, Oliver Cowdery, Origen Bacheler, P. J. Pierce, peculiar, persecution, Prof. Meinhold Kiel, Prof. Rafinesque, prophet(s), public duty, Rabelais, religion, Rev. Charles Shook, Rev. H. Mattison, Rev. John H. Clark, Rev. Samuel Fallows, revelation(s), Saint Anselm, Satan, scholar(s), sects, semantic, Stevenson H. Spaulding, T. Talmage, T. W. P. Taylder, Ten Tribes, the critic(s), the Union, Thomas F. O'Dea, Thomas Gregg, toleration, uncertainty, unworthy, Utah, vague, View of the Hebrews, W. Cross, W. F. Prince, William A. Linn, William Earl LaRue, William Harris
a series of articles (on so-called Mormon “criticism”), in The Improvement Era, 1959; CWHN 8:127-206.