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In addition to being new, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints faced persecution and ostracism during the 19th century. Traditional Christians viewed Mormons as trouble-makers, heretical in beliefs, and cultural outcasts. This monograph explores five reasons for such attitudes.
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About the Author
Michael Hines, a retired professor of Christian history, earned a Master of Divinity Degree with an emphasis on Church History from The Cincinnati Christian University in 1981. He studied American Social History at the University of Colorado (Boulder), University of Cincinnati, and Boise State University. Hines taught in the college classroom more than 20 years and online since 2001. He currently serves as an adjunct professor for Manhattan Christian College, Manhattan, KS. Previous works include a autobiography, two small books on Church History, and a significant work entitled A History of the American Restoration Movement.