Book of Mormon
Archaeological and Geographical Issues
- NEW! The Land of Jerusalem and the Dead Sea Scrolls
- NEW! Was Jesus born "at Jerusalem"?
- NEW! Problem with the Gold Plates in the Book of Mormon
- Beit Lei: Another "proof" for the Book of Mormon?
- Archaeology and the Book of Mormon
- DNA and the Book of Mormon Record
- The Nahom Stone
- Nephite Coins?
- Smithsonian Institute Statement Regarding the Book of Mormon
- Nephite Synagogues?
- Stela 5 and Lehi's Vision of the Tree of Life
- Quetzalcoatl (offsite)
Book of Mormon stories
- Interview with Rodney Meldrum
- Joseph Smith's Attempt to Sell The Book of Mormon Copyright
- Should you Pray about the Book of Mormon?
- Praying about the Book of Mormon - Is it biblical?
- Test Your Knowledge of the Book of Mormon
- Translating the Book of Mormon with a Seer Stone and a Hat
- The Bible and Book of Mormon Contradictions (UTLM)
"Studies of Latter-day Saint sermons and curriculum from the earliest period of church history well into the 20th century demonstrate surprisingly little use of the Book of Mormon to establish doctrines or as a text from which to preach. Many Saints were converted by reading it, but, thereafter, they tended to overlook its specific content. Early members, mostly converts, knew the Bible well and used it extensively in their teaching and missionary efforts, but the Book of Mormon served mainly as a kind of talisman, its sheer existence pointing to Joseph Smith's prophetic calling." - Daniel Peterson, "Embracing the power of the Book of Mormon", Deseret News, January 5, 2012, link