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The Mormon Translator, as its name implies, proposes to give its readers full and authoritative information on the entire cycle of Mormon interests, action and doctrine, and what the Church teaches and has taught. It was created to give a better understanding of the Mormon Religion
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Why don't you write a translator of your own religion? If you don't believe in the LDS faith why would you put so much effort into this?
Want truth about mormon's ask one. This has a lot of truth but is missing 2 of the most vital topics. Heavenly Father & Jesus Christ. I didn't see anything thing in here a Mormon friend wouldn't tell you. Didn't really see any false doctrine. I didn't yeah % 100. But Found just Jesus Christ was taken out so didn't need to finish.. I love the gospel of Jesus Christ& am a Mormon!
Great app I, for one, appreciate your effort in creating an app with Mormon definitions. I am a Mormon, and all that I have read so far, have been accurate. As for those people that have chosen to not be very Christ-like, and mock your efforts, I apologize on their behalf. Just remember, what goes around, comes around!
Shame on you who mock, and judge an app by its cover! Cross and praying hands are universal symbols of Christianity. Content shows thought and effort.
Nicely done. The author of this app clearly did his/her homework and the information is correct, at least for the entries I perused. The entries are very matter-of-fact and unbiased. Well done! (I marked it 4 stars instead of 5 because the visual style isn't very aesthetically pleasing.)
Very light dictionary of sorts. Not written from LDS perspective, but not anti-LDS either. As an LDS member, the cross icon seems suspect. App bloated
I'm mormon, I'm impressed with the attempt at neutrality in this app, however there are parts that are not completely accurate, and may be misleading.
Wasn't written by a member, though the info seems for the most part correct. It just defines some mormon vocab.
A good primer for anyone unfamiliar with LDS terminology. Very unbiased and straightforward.
Hmmm... After working with Mormons for years, I can tell you that wht what most non-Mormons need to know is NOT in this glossary. For instance, where is "sweet"? As in you will need to know what Mormons mean by that when they expect you to BE "sweet". Has a much deeper meaning than you think! And what abt "tribunal", the dreaded word you must be aware of if hear a Mormon say it with your name in the same sentence, religious meaning or not! It means you willl be third-degreed and owe them answers to a situation they already know you will not win (just like "real" tribunals in their church.
I think it serves decently as a simple dictionary of Mormon terms. Helpful for those not so familiar to the faith.
Does exactly what it is supposed to. Definitions are unbiased for or against Mormons.
Thank you for helping others understand our faith even though you are not a member yourself.It must have taken much time & was very thoughtful of you.
Good but ask a Mormon instead Well written & balanced but leaves a lot out.Mormons are Christians but don't use the cross, celebrating the resurrection of Jesus.He is Lord & Savior
Would be more accurate if the iconography associated with this app did not include the cross. Download Gospel Library instead.
Hilarious how incorrect many of the definitions are
Didn't regard this as mormon bashing, I'm lds
Bland. Not very useful. Hard to navigate beyond the letter a.
Did not expect it to be accurate. But so far haven't seen anything wrong. Also expected it to be negative. The mormon Wikipedia article is more negative. Then again, I haven't read all the entries here.
Surprised by the cross symbol and hands together in prayer, as these aren't accurate to the religion. Makes me doubt the accuracy of the content.
I love this book it easily the best translater
I am lds and this is just wrong if you need to know something ask don't write a book that wrong
Not yet Most definitions are lacking. The search function is showing too many results. Some of the terms are completely unnecessary as most Mormons I've spoken with don't use most of them.