Book of Mormon/Geography/New World/Limited Geography Theory/Mesoamerica

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Book of Mormon geography: The Mesoamerica Model

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The Mesoamerica Model

Theories related to a Mesoamerican geography model. (Click here for full article)

  • Three days of darkness
    Brief Summary: The three days of darkness is consistent with a period of intense volcanism. This explanation of the darkness has been particularly popular among those who advocate a limited geographical model of the Book of Mormon. Most LGT models place Book of Mormon lands in central America; this area is well-known for active seismic activity. (Click here for full article)
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  • How did the gold plates get to New York from Mesoamerica?
    Brief Summary: If Book of Mormon events took place in Mesoamerica, how did the plates end up in New York for Joseph Smith to find and translate? (Click here for full article)
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