http://www.mormontimes.com/article/20679/Ancient-gold-plates-in-Mesoamerica Nothing new here. Don’t forget the Padilla plates.
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http://www.mormontimes.com/article/20739/Hiding-from-archaeologists Orson Scott Card makes a great point in this article. Another potential reason… maybe the Nephites were in the land of the lower 48? I know, I know, there’s no narrow neck of land….. but, there’s a theory for everything.
March 31 -April 1 I’m enjoying the presentations being given at the 2nd Annual Ancient American History Conference, Seeking the Origins of Native Americans. You can read my notes on the conference presentations here. I have long been aware of the two main schools of thought regarding Book of Mormon geography: The predominant Mesoamerican school […]
Hard to believe this was 14 years ago! I dug up this link for another post. http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/01/31/60minutes/main3775068.shtml
This post was inspired by this article in the Wall Street Journal and LDS Church President Gordon B. Hinckley’s discourse in October of 2006, called Rise Up O Men of God, in which he encourages young men in the church to get an education and learn to compete in a changing world. Right now the […]
I just read this blog post with great interest. While the author doesn’t formally name them, I assume he is referring to two different religious entities. The first is the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS Church), whose missionaries he talks about. The second “entity,” for lack of a better word, is best […]
This morning I was listening to a talk by Henry B. Eyring, First Counselor in the First Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. My iPod was nearly dead when I turned it on and my car charger for it no longer works. It was a talk that was given last October […]
Well, Harry Reid now has both feet firmly planted on the long slippery path to apostacy. Either he really feels this way and thus has openly criticized the prophets, seers and revelators, authorized by Jesus Christ to administer His church subject to His mind and will, OR he has given in to blasphemous, hypocritical vote pandering. […]
In a November 2001 talk entitled “The Times In Which We Live” President Gordon B. Hinckley of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, said something that really got my attention: “[Our present situation (war, economy, etc.)] pull[s] us up sharply to a realization that life is fragile, peace is fragile, civilization itself is fragile. […]
I’ve been involved in a painful but positive experience over the past few weeks. I’ve been humbled. It is easy to get cocky in life, to let pride creep in and turn us from humble piety to self-interest and negativism. We learn about pride in the Book of Mormon, where over a period of a millennium […]