Joseph Smith and the Geography of the Book of Mormon

Joseph Smith and the Geography of the Book of Mormon

By: Lund, Dr. John L.

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Brand new softcover book! ; Joseph Smith and the Geography of the Book of Mormon begins by establishing Joseph Smith’s actual and verifiable words, which were subject to his review and correction during his lifetime, as a “Supreme Source” for the geography of the Book of Mormon. First- and second-hand accounts of what the Prophet Joseph said are referred to as “lesser sources.” Most of the confusion about the geography of the Book of Mormon results from lesser sources. One of the most undervalued and supreme sources of Joseph Smith’s teachings was an early church newspaper in Nauvoo, Illinois titled the Times and Seasons. By a “thus saith the Lord” revelation, Joseph assumed the editorship of the Times and Seasons from March of 1842 to October of 1842. Several editorials dictated and approved of by Joseph identified Zarahemla being in the Guatemala of 1842 and the “small or narrow” neck of land being in Central America. Once either Zarahemla or the narrow neck of land have been discovered, one has found the axis mundi of the primary American events of the Book of Mormon.

; 6.5" x 9.5"; 210 pages; 1891114417

Title: Joseph Smith and the Geography of the Book of Mormon

Author Name: Lund, Dr. John L.

Categories: Christ in America / Book of Mormon Lands,

Publisher: Salt Lake City, UT, The Communication Company: 2012

Binding: Paperback

Condition: New

Seller ID: 56049

Keywords: LDS Joseph Smith Book Of Mormon Revelation Geography,