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Exploring The Lands Of The Book Of Mormon

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Study two dozen detailed, full-color maps that follow the footsteps of Mosiah, Alma, Ammon, Limhi, and lands from Nephi to Zarahemla; the missionary journeys of Alma and the sons of Mosiah; and the military movements of Captain Moroni and of Mormon and Moroni.Let the Book of Mormon change your life, again, as you investigate Exploring the Lands of the Book of Mormon. Exhau ...more
Hardcover, 2nd, 406 pages
Published 1989 by S.A. Publishers
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Wayne Hollingshead
Finished reading this behemoth book on the most comprehensive, well laid out theory, of where the book of mormon took place. And I believe it is correct in the assumption laid out in it. Everything is based on simple principles of following the book of mormon and then the locations have to be exactly how it was written in it. I wish i had this information when I was in that exact Mexico area in 1989-1991. Does that make me a little biased? Probably.
Tom Jenkins
Very interesting summary of what researchers have discovered up to this point concerning the relationship between the book of Mormon and meso-America. I was surprised at how many similarities there are.
Rhett
Very intriguing book, it was a bit repetitive at times but overall one of the better books I've read in awhile, it will be one I reread multiple times
Mike Day
Allen goes to great lengths to present the MesoAmerican model as the only legitimate possible location of the Book of Mormon. For now, I agree with his supposition.
Annie
I'm about halfway through this book. Its going to take a long time I think, to really digest it. However, I am thoroughly fascinated by it. Its the most plausible theory of the Book of Mormon geography I've ever come across. It has lots of wonderful maps, along with both scripture and archeology to back up his proposals. Wonderful book.
Amy
I read this book very slowly. It probably took me over a year to read because I could only read a little bit at a time. I thought the it was a fascinating book. I'm glad I read it.
Beth
I liked the combination of historical photographs and quotes mixed in with the fictional story. Unique and fascinating way to write the book.
James
Most compelling read for locations of Book of Mormon lands
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