Joseph Smith, the founder of Mormonism, declared his Book of Mormon to be "the most correct of any book on earth." However, this careful study reveals a large number of serious errors. For example, his characters had access to spring steel, window glass, machinery, and submarines centuries before these things were invented. They also had horses, chariots, elephants, silk, and linen contrary to the claims of archaeologists, anthropologists, and other scientists. Smith's Nephites and Lamanites were alone here in their "promised land" despite overwhelming scientific proof that many other civilisations have been in America for thousands of years. Also, his "prophets" quoted Old and New Testament Prophets hundreds of years before these men were born in the Old World. The Keystone of Mormonism documents these and other serious errors in Smith's book.
Arza Evans is a retired college professor from Utah who grew up thoroughly indoctrinated with Mormonism. He went on a full time Church mission, served in several bishoprics, and worked in an Latter Day Saints temple. About age forty he began some serious research into early Mormonism history that led to traumatic, but liberating changes in his life.