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Judy Robertson Writing Styles in Out of Mormonism: A Woman's True Story

Judy Robertson
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Out of Mormonism by Judy Robertson is told in the first person narrative. Judy Robertson and her husband Jim made a decision to join the Mormon church, also known as the Church of the Latter Day Saints. Years after they made this step, they had serious doubts about the faith which led to their eventual departure from the church. Looking back after they left the church, they realized that they had been deceived and lured by church members, who led them to believe that Mormonism was a Christian denomination. With that in mind, Judy and Jim Robertson, along with others who had the same experience, established a help group, called Concerned Christians, for people who were being recruited by the church and for members who had doubts about the faith and wanted to leave. With this background, no person could have been better suited to write the book...

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