Jerald and Sandra Tanner

Latter Day Saint movement critics

Jerald Dee Tanner (June 1, 1938 — October 1, 2006) was an American writer and researcher. With his wife Sandra McGee Tanner (born January 14, 1941), he was noted for publishing archival and evidential materials about the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). They are both ex-Mormons. The Tanners founded the Utah Lighthouse Ministry, whose stated mission is "to document problems with the claims of Mormonism and compare LDS doctrines with Christianity". Sandra Tanner continues to operate it. The Tanners printed original versions of early Mormon writings and scripture in which they annotated and highlighted doctrinal changes, such as the rejection of Brigham Young's "Adam–God theory". They jointly published more than 40 books about many aspects of the Church, primarily its history.
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