An Addendum to The Religion that Started in a Hat

Introduction

Why an addendum? The Religion that Started in a Hat was 600 pages. Adding 200 hundred more pages would make the size of a new addition unworkable. This addendum will cover among other things some of the favorite Mormon proof texts such as: 

 ·         What are the Urim and Thummim?

·         What are the two sticks in Ezekiel 37:15-17?

·         What did Paul mean in 2 Corinthians 12:2 about the third heaven?

·         Whom are the other sheep mentioned in John 10:16

·         James 1:5, Wisdom and Knowledge, is there a difference?

·          Can a man be a god now, or in the future? An analysis of John 10:34

Enjoy, and may this addendum be truly helpful.

An Addendum to The Religion that Started in a Hat

Chapters

Chapter One: Platonism and Jeremiah 1:5

Chapter Two: Isaiah 45:5 an Exposition Utilizing Rational Thought

Chapter Three: Can a man be a god now, or in the future? An analysis of John 10:34

Chapter Four: James 1:5, Wisdom and Knowledge, is there a difference?

Chapter Five: The Image of God in man

Chapter Six: What does the Bible mean when it says partaking of the divine nature in 2 Peter 1:4?

Chapter Seven: What is a Biblical Prophet?

Chapter Eight: What are the Urim and Thummim?

Chapter Nine: What are the two sticks in Ezekiel 37:15-17?

Chapter Ten: What did Paul mean in 2 Corinthians 12:2 about the third heaven?

Chapter Eleven: Whom are the other sheep mentioned in John 10:16

Chapter Twelve: Test the Spirits

Chapter Thirteen: Polytheism and philosophical absurdities

Chapter Fourteen: Leaving Mormonism: Why Four Scholars Changed Their Minds

Chapter Fifteen: What is the Gospel?

Chapter Sixteen: A testimony

Recommended reading

Scriptural IndexAcknowledgments

Mr. Kettler has previously published articles in the Chalcedon Report and Contra Mundum. He and his wife Marea attend the Westminster, CO, RPCNA Church. Mr. Kettler is the author of books defending the Reformed Faith. Books can be ordered online at www. JackKettler .com

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