For my personal views, go to http://www.centerplace.org/library
and enjoy. Regarding the Book of Mormon, the Community of Christ (RLDS) doesn't take official positions on doctrinal and historical issues and they're tolerant of a wide range of views from doubting the historicity of the Book of Mormon to accepting it as literal history. Personally, I'm with the Restoration Branches Movement, a group of RLDS conservatives that left the Community of Christ (RLDS) while retaining their membership in the Community of Christ (RLDS) and meets independently from the Community of Christ (RLDS) until it repents of its liberal, ultratolerant heresy. The Restoration Branches Movement believes the Book of Mormon is literal history. The Community of Christ (RLDS) doesn't take official views of the nature of God so, a wide range of views are present among the RLDS on God, though the Trinity is the dominant view. The Restoration Branches Movement is split between Binitarianism (i.e., accepting the two Gods of the Lectures on Faith with the Holy Spirit being God in action) to Modalism (i.e., one God functioning in several modes or activities of being). Personally, I favor the Modalism view (go to http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/p...tal/One-Top.htm
for a detailed treatment of Modalism). Does this answer your question?