Refuting the errors of Jonathan Neville and the Heartland hoax

Monday, July 25, 2022

Another shameless lie from Jonathan Neville

On July 25, 2022, Jonathan Neville posted to one of his thirty-four blogs the following:
Some LDS [sic] intellectuals want the Latter-day Saints to read only their own work. They lack confidence in the viability of their own theories and dogma.

By contrast, I want people to compare multiple working hypotheses.

I encourage people to read what the M2C and SITH citation cartels publish because I encourage people to make informed decisions. Definitely, read Mormon’s Codex, From Darkness Unto Light, the Interpreter articles, the Kno-Whys on Book of Mormon Central, the entries on [sic], etc.

But notice that the SITH sayers don’t want you to read A Man that Can Translate or Infinite Goodness.

The M2Cers don’t want you to read Between these Hills, Letter VII, Whatever Happened to the Golden Plates?, or even The Lost City of Zarahemla.

That’s why I say, read the works the M2C/SITH citation cartel want to ban.
Pinocchio long nose In response to this, I point out the obvious:

When has anyone who disagrees with Jonathan Neville ever said that people shouldn’t read his books, let alone claimed his books should be banned?

Jonanthan Neville has invented this accusation. It is a lie; it has no basis whatsoever in the truth. That’s why he didn’t provide any sources for his claim.

—Peter Pan


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