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“[T]he most essential features of a religion are not generally those aspects or details that can be measured physically. So, to prove their divine unique, Mormons often bring in less essential but more tangible exhibits which they feel will strengthen their case in the eyes of the world. And there is where they can get into trouble, because the data may not sustain such an approach.”

Rick Grunder, Mormon Parallels (LaFayette, NY: Rick Grunder, 2014/2nd edition), 26.