It is with great fanfare, or at least the greatest fanfare I can be called upon to muster for such a thing, that I announce a new section of this website, where I will dole out tips for anti-Mormons.
You see, there are people out there in the world who are quite motivated to work against the LDS Church. These people come from all sorts of backgrounds and are motivated by different things. Some were raised in the LDS Church, some were converts later in life, some have never been members of the LDS Church. Some are angry and bitter, others are cruel, but many are sincere. Some are highly intellectual while others are apparently incapable of even rudimentary logic. Regardless, it has been interesting for me that as I have had discussions with more and more people who are motivated to work against the LDS Church, certain patterns have become quite noticeable, and I’m afraid that many anti-Mormons are simply spinning their wheels, unaware of the futility of their actions. Therefore, I present this section of the website as a guide to anti-Mormons on how to be more effective in their work, or at least less ineffective. That is, this section will perhaps focus more on what not to do as an anti-Mormon, as opposed to what an anti-Mormon can do to be more effective.