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Elijah in the Book of Mormon

 Giuseppe Angeli, Elijah Taken Up in a Chariot of Fire, c. 1740/1755. From the National Gallery of Art. I am increasingly touched by the way in which subtle elements from…

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The Longer Ending of Mark and the Book of Mormon, Part 5: Implications for 3 Nephi

In my previous post, Part 4 of my discussion of the disputed ending of the Gospel of Mark and its relationship to the Book of Mormon, we looked at the…

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The Great and Spacious Book of Mormon Arcade Game

My two recent articles on Lehi’s Trail at The Interpreter  (“Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Map, Part 1” and Part 2) have been noted and responded to by RT…

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Bogus Parallels Versus Christianity: Don’t Be the Next Naive Victim

Recent posts here have explored how parallels between the Book of Mormon and a modern book have led to some foolishly proclaiming to have exposed the Book of Mormon as…

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Parallels with The Leaves of Grass: More Insights

Many thanks to Ben McGuire not only for his painstaking rebuttal of the “Late Great War Against the Book of Mormon,” but also for responding to my inquiries about statistics…

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Parallels for the 2,000 Stripling Warriors in the Book of Alma: More Smoke from the Smoking Gun?

This is a follow-up to my length post on “Curious Parallels” between the Book of Mormon and The Late War Against the United States. While it’s hard not to yawn…

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Curious Parallels Between the Book of Mormon and The Late War Against the United States

As a follow up to my previous post about “The Late Great War Against the Book of Mormon,” there are some interesting parallels between The Late War and the Book…

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Joseph Smith and the Comoros Islands?

An LDS Website, Gerald Smith’s LDS Evidences, provides useful information in responding to an interesting question: Did Joseph Smith copy the names “Moroni” and “Cumorah”? It is interesting that the…

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