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BoM: Malay, Baja, New York (Part 2 of 6)

We’re continuing our series on Book of Mormon geography theories.  This time we’ll hit Malay, Baja, and New York geography theories. GT:  The next theory that’s definitely different is the Malay theory by Dr. Ralph Olsen. Ralph passed away about five years ago, unfortunately. I actually spoke with Ralph before he passed away. This is a really fun theory. I

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Best Reasons for the Baja Theory

[paypal-donation] This is our last conversation with David Rosenvall.  In our last few episodes we’ve tried to poke holes in David’s theory of the Baja Theory of the Book of Mormon.  In this episode, we’ll talk about strengths of the theory. I think one of the other things that makes Baja a little unique is this concept of being isolated. 

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Baja vs Meso: Who Wins?

We’re continuing our conversation with David Rosenvall.  He’s the guy who came up with the idea that the Book of Mormon lands may have occurred in the Baja Peninsula.  I’ve also asked him to critique John L. Sorenson’s theory.  Sorenson has the dominant theory where the Book of Mormon took place in Central America.  I’ll ask David to critique John’s

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Book of Mormon on the Baja Peninsula?

[paypal-donation] I’d like to introduce David Rosenvall.  He’s a name you may not be familiar with.  He has a few claims to fame:  1) He was a witness to the bomb blast that injured Mark Hofmann back in 1985.  (We played an excerpt of his interview with Curt Bench.)  2) He is the person who put together the scriptures on https://scriptures.lds.org!  3)

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Explaining Mormon DNA-Archeology (Part 8 of 11)

The biggest problem with the Book of Mormon deals with DNA and archaeology that doesn’t seem to match Native Americas.  How does Jonathan Neville, an expert on the Heartland Theory, deal with the Mormon DNA problem? Mormon DNA problem GT:  Of course, there are critics: Thomas Murphy, Simon Sotherton, even Ugo Perego. I wouldn’t call him a critic, but let’s

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Lehi’s Atlantic Crossing? (Part 4 of 11)

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M2C Citation Cartel (Part 3 of 11 Jonathan Neville)

What is the M2C Citation Cartel?  One of Jonathan Neville’s biggest issues is with the traditional Book of Mormon scholars is what he calls the M2C Citation Cartel. These scholars won’t accept any Book of Mormon geography theories outside the Mesoamerican theory. GT: It’s funny to me that you call it M2C, because I’ve had a Baja guy on. I’ve

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Richie T’s 3 Questions (Part 6 of 6)

I stepped into The Cultural Hall with Richie T. Steadman, and he asked me my thoughts on The Cultural Hall. Richie:  Now. Rick, I need to ask you what I always love and I love to save to the end. Have you ever actually listened to an episode of The Cultural Hall before? GT:  Yes, I’ve been listening lately. Richie: 

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Mormon History Groups (Part 5 of 6)

Richie Steadman of The Cultural Hall Podcast asked me more about some Mormon groups. We’ll talk not just about some old Mormon groups, but discuss MHA, Sunstone, and the JWHA. Richie:  The other thing I want to ask you is you said you became a member of the Mormon History Association. Where do I pay my dues? Do I get

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