Hullinger, Robert N.
Mormon Answer to Skepticism : Why Joseph Smith Wrote the Book of Mormon
St. Louis, Mo.
Clayton Publishing House
Hullinger takes the point of view that Joseph Smith wrote the Book of Mormon in order to defend the Christianity of his time against the attacks of non-believers. He takes the point of view that the book is completely of 19th century origin, and that the religious ideas of the time are the sources for its ideas.
"Secret Combinations" Revisited
'In Plain Terms that We May Understand' : Joseph Smith's Transformation of Hebrews in Alma 12-13
Biographers and the Mormon "Prophet Puzzle" : 1974 to 2004
By the Hand of Mormon : The American Scripture that Launched a New World Religion
Dartmouth Arminianism and it's Impact on Hyrum Smith and the Smith Family
Equal Rites : The Book of Mormon, Masonry, Gender, and American Culture
Joseph Smith As a Creative Interpreter of the Bible
Joseph Smith and Modernism
Joseph Smith and the Beginnings of Mormonism
Joseph Smith and the Manchester (New York) Library
Joseph Smith as a Creative Interpreter of the Bible
Leonard Arrington and the Writing of Mormon History
Mormonism : From Its New York Beginnings
Mormonism : The Story of a New Religious Tradition
Mormons and Mormonism : An Introduction to an American World Religion
No Middle Ground : The Debate over the Authenticity of the Book of Mormon
Sealed in a Book : Preliminary Observations on the Newly Found 'Anthon Transcript'
Secret Combinations and Flaxen Cords : Anti-Masonic Rhetoric and the Book of Mormon
Sojourner in the Promised Land : Forty years among the Mormons
The Book of Mormon : A Reader's Edition
Thoughts on the Mormon Scriptures : An Outsider's View of the Inspiration
Understanding the Book of Mormon : A Reader's Guide