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The Nation

October 07, 1985

Mormon leaders sought to rebuff critics and reaffirm basic doctrines as the church's 155th Semiannual General Conference drew to a close in Salt Lake City. The peril of criticizing the faith's leaders and doctrines was a prevailing theme of the two-day conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Eight of the 26 sermons that were delivered referred specifically to theological attacks by anti-Mormons.

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