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Horse Bones that Date 50 Years Prior to the Spanish

In July, archaeologists in Carlsbad, unearthed a nearly intact skeleton of a horse that apparently lived and died 50 years before the Spanish conquered California.

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Surrounded and Protected by the Book of Mormon's Powerful Words

President Ezra Taft Benson proclaimed that the Book of Mormon was more important than all the inventions of the industrial and technological revolutions and all the advances in modern medicine, flight or space travel.

By Ronald P. Millett
Heartland as Hinterland: A Look at Book of Mormon Geography

For several years now, I have been trying to avoid talking about Book of Mormon geography.

By Dr. Mark Alan Wright
How to Read Ancient Nephite

When translating the Book of Mormon, sometimes Joseph was surprised by what he read and sometimes he had to spell the word out loud.

By Michael R. Ash
Translating the Book of Mormon

How did Joseph Smith translate the Book of Mormon? Joseph didn't share many details--but it may be different than our usual picture.

By Michael R. Ash
Recent Book of Mormon Research in Central America : Coming to Grips with Geography

The fundamental issues posed by the Book of Mormon, clearly demonstrate that the setting described in the book readily conforms to the factual evidence for ancient Mesoamerica and not North or South America.

By F. Richard Hauck, Ph.D.
Wife of King Lamoni: Queen & Convert

Praying, fasting, and keeping our temple covenants are all acts of faith when we are seeking answers to important questions. Like the Lamanite queen, we may have to take these leaps before the answer comes.

By Heather B. Moore
Book of Mormon Lesson 29, "Give Ear to My Words," Alma 36-39

The most sublime poem in all the Book of Mormon, perhaps in all scripture, is the 36th chapter of Alma, where he sums up what it means to come unto Christ, to taste the bitterness of life without him, and to experience the exquisite sweetness of knowing h

By Breck England
Christian Theology and the Book of Mormon: A Religious Study (Part Two)

The study of the Book of Mormon can be organized around five categories of Christian doctrine, doctrines taken from within or inherent to the book itself.

By Ashby D Boyle II, JD PhD
Christian Theology and the Book of Mormon: A Religious Study in Two Parts

The study of the Book of Mormon can be organized around five categories of Christian doctrine, doctrines taken from within or inherent to the book itself.

By Ashby D Boyle II, JD PhD