International Mormon Sites

August 3, 2004 | 9 comments
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In one of our threads, WilfriedDecoo, a European Latter-day Saint, was kind enough to draw our attention to www.idumea.org, a very nicely done web portal for French Latter-day Saints. I would like to add this and similar sites to our collection of Mormon links. If you are aware of any other Mormon dedicated sites, please post URLs in the comments section, regardless of language. I realize that there are a fair number of non-English language anti-Mormon sites. I am not especially interested in these. I leave it to readers with the proper language skills to judge for themselves what is or is not an anti-Mormon site. Thanks in advance for your help!

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9 Responses to International Mormon Sites

  1. Gerald on August 3, 2004 at 7:42 pm

    There is http://www.mormoni.com. It is an Italian apologetics site in multiple languages.

  2. Steve Cottrell on August 3, 2004 at 8:28 pm

    I’m not sure if you are asking about any particular kind of international sites, but for me being British and Single http://www.theysasite.com has definitely helped me keep in contact with friends around the country and up to date with all the activities and news.

  3. Justin Halverson on August 4, 2004 at 12:16 am

    One such site in Spanish is http://www.mexicosud.com. Looks like a pretty standard SUD (LDS) site, with news items, links to online versions of the Liahona, (exterior) images of temples, FARMS, and message boards with people sharing their testimonies, asking gospel questions, etc.

    Similar to this one is http://www.soymormon.com, the home site of the Proyecto Soy Mormon. It’s got a link to HomestarRunner which it says “has nothing to do with the church, but is really funny and clean.”

  4. dp on August 4, 2004 at 2:43 am

    Doctrinal.net is based in Brisbane Australia if that counts.
    International yes.
    Foreign language no.

  5. John on August 4, 2004 at 12:07 pm

    There used to be several portuguese sites such as fubeca.net and membro.com, both seem to be gone now.
    http://www.ceap.com.br/femormon/ seems to have active messageboards and claims on its front page to be an apologetic site. Could be more professional though, the blinking text on the front page is going to kill me.

  6. MDS on August 4, 2004 at 1:35 pm

    There’s a fairly interesting story about the church taking legal action against Gunnar Werner, a German anti-Mormon, for his use of the domain name http://www.mormonen.de which used to be one of the more thorough and comprehensive German anti-Mormon sites available. (A non-member friend of the church had subsequently purchased the domain http://www.exmormonen.de and set up a very friendly, informative site). The church won the suit, although Mr. Werner claimed that the church had recently abandoned the use of its “Mormon” title. Now that site is the German-language version of mormon.org.

    One fun site is http://www.wewimo.de, a “Who want’s to be a millionaire?”-type site focusing on church trivia.

  7. Kaimi on August 17, 2004 at 9:05 pm

    I just noticed that a commenter over at Dave’s listed mormoni.net as his site. It looks like a Finnish LDS site. He’s got links to FARMS and FAIR and Jeff Lindsay (see http://www.mormoni.net/linkit.htm ) so I would guess he’s a friendly.

  8. Stephen Michael on September 13, 2004 at 4:24 pm

    some of the members in my ward are being hit with anti-mormon literature. I live in south america, so Spanish Apologetic sites would really help.

    http://farms.byu.edu/publications/language.php

    They are few and far between though. We need some serious translation work done. Let me know if you guys find any Spanish site that address specific topics or, if possible, specific anti-mormon literature. Thanks

  9. Israel Daniel on September 28, 2004 at 11:51 pm

    The URL is not http://www.mexicosud.com , the correct is : http://www.mexicosud.org I am the administrator of that site

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