Voice of Warning
A Voice of Warning is a lively and passionate nineteenth-century argument for Mormonism. Written by Parley P. Pratt, one of the most colorful personalities in the early history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, it was also Mormonism’s most important noncanonical book for more than half a century after its original publication in 1837. Pratt presented the case for Mormonism by an appeal to history, reason, and scores of passages from the Bible. Its animated, argumentative, and very often clever style explains Mormonism well and draws a line between it and conventional Christianity.
By Andreas, Submitted on 2015-02-25
Being one of the early missionary tracts of Elder Pratt this presents in a marvelous way, a correct understanding of what the Kingdom of God was, is, and will evovle into. As always Elder Pratt delivers it perfectly. How could any not be converted or at least convinced of the restoration of the Gospel after reading this book! Highly Recommended