Sunday, November 06, 2005
Michael Ash's recent article at FAIRLDS.org, "Archaeological Evidence and the Book of Mormon," provides a healthy perspective on where we stand. He discusses the relative states of archaeological discovery pertinent to the Bible and the Book of Mormon, and the unique challenges in understanding the complex ancient world of Mesoamerica. He also briefly mentions some of the interesting recent developments that should be taken into account. And as always, expecting archaeology to eliminate the need faith for either the Bible or the Book of Mormon makes little sense.
Posted by Jeff Lindsay at 7:10 AM