Moroni's America

by Jonathan Neville

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Moroni's America is a must-read for anyone interested in the historicity and geography of the Book of Mormon. It focuses on the North American setting with a book-by-book, chapter-by-chapter approach to the geography passages, illustrating the points with over 75 maps and diagrams.

Moroni's America is an ideal companion for the 2016 Gospel Doctrine course of study, which focuses on the Book of Mormon.

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Noroni's America
By , Submitted on 2016-03-06

This is one of the finest books I've read on Book of Mormon Geography. Joseph Smith wrote: “The Book of Mormon is a record of the forefathers of our western tribes of Indians. By it we learn that our western tribes of Indians are descendants from that Joseph who was sold into Egypt, and that the land of America is a promised land unto them.' (TPJS p.17) The Book of Mormon itself describes its setting as a place “choice above all other lands”; the”place of the New Jerusalem”; a “land of liberty”; a land that would be “delivered by the power of God out of the hands of all other nations.” Neville has done a great job of showing with care and logic how events recorded in the Book of Mormon fit comfortably into his proposed North American setting. I have purchased several copies of the book as gifts for friends.

Well Written
By , Submitted on 2016-02-19

One of the best books I've read- ever- on Book of Mormon geography in North America. Well researched and well written.

Five Stars
By , Submitted on 2016-02-19

“The author is a very polite and humble man. He is also careful to admit that a lot of his maps are assumptions based on what details are in the BOM. All in all this won't be a waste of your money even if you believe in the Mesoamerican theory, because it such interesting material and worth a read. Beware that it might change your opinion about where BOM took place.”

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