Limited Geography and the Book of Mormon: Historical Antecedents and Early Interpretations

Title

Limited Geography and the Book of Mormon: Historical Antecedents and Early Interpretations

Publication Type

Journal Article

Year of Publication

2004

Authors

Roper, Matthew (Primary)

Journal

FARMS Review

Pagination

225-275

Volume

16

Issue

2

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Bibliographic Citation

Roper, Matthew. "Limited Geography and the Book of Mormon: Historical Antecedents and Early Interpretations" In FARMS Review, Vol. 16. 2004:225-275.

Abstract

This article discusses how geographical theories about the Book of Mormon have developed. Whereas many of the early members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints speculated that the Book of Mormon took place throughout all of the Americas, many present members and scholars believe it took place in the more specific region known as Mesoamerica.

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Table of Contents

Journal

The FARMS Review 16/2 (2004)
Zelph
Hill Cumorah
Ancient America – Mesoamerica

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