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Missing Some of the Most Important Questions, Documents, and Evidences: Part 3 of My Review of Dan Vogel’s Book

In Part 1 and Part 2 of my review on Dan Vogel’s newly published Book of Abraham Apologetics (Salt Lake City, UT: Signature Books, 2021), I objected to apparent neglect…

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Growing Evidence for the Scriptures: Now a Centralized Source to Consider

If you’ve been following the steady stream of interesting findings and insights regarding the LDS scriptures at Book of Mormon Central (BookofMormonCentral.com) and Pearl of Great Price Central (PearlofGreatPriceCentral.org/), you…

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Fabulous Gift for Book of Mormon Fans: Watch Lehi in Arabia for Free

Perhaps the single best book related to Book of Mormon evidence is Warren Aston’s Lehi and Sariah in Arabia, available on Kindle. Related to it is the delightful DVD, Lehi…

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Apologetics: Still an Important Tool in Strenghtening Faith

Over at MormonInterpreter.com, Steven T. Densley, Jr. in “Should We Apologize for Apologetics?” reviews a book on LDS apologetics. He makes some excellent points that members of the Church should…

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So, Back to Sobeck?

Facsimile 1 in the Book of Abraham shows an Egyptian priest of Pharaoh attempting to slay Abraham on an altar. The figure shows canopic vessels under the altar and beneath…

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Temple Blindness

Note: Future updates to this information will be made in the “Temple Blindness” page of my website at http://www.jefflindsay.com/lds/temple-blindness/. I am pained to see Latter-day Saints get carried away in…

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Noham, That’s Not History (Nor Geography, Cartography, or Logic): More on the Recent Attacks on NHM

As mentioned in my previous post about the significance of Nahom, in a recent presentation at an ex-Mormon conference, a man who says he is “addicted to truth” made the…

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Beware a Hacked Site Related to John Sorenson’s Open Letter to Michael Coe

“An Open Letter to Michael Coe” by John L. Sorenson is an outstanding reminder of the dangers of taking a casual approach in confronting the Book of Mormon. Yes, it’s…

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Forgive My Excitement, But Have You Seen . . . The Latest Journal of Book of Mormon Studies?

If you haven’t searched through the publications of the Maxwell Institute, ma I suggest you begin today with a careful reading of the latest Journal of Book of Mormon Studies?…

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Khor Kharfot
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Warren Aston on the Superiority of Khor Kharfot as a Candidate for Bountiful

In spite of my appreciation for the highly interesting work of George Potter regarding the Arabian Peninsula and First Nephi, I find Warren Aston’s earlier approach to be more convincing….

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