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Thursday, May 29, 2008

S. Kent Brown on Nahom: YouTube Video about a Fascinating Archaeological Find Relevant to the Book of Mormon

S. Kent Brown on Nahom - one of several fascinating finds relevant to the Book of Mormon. This, and much more evidence from the Arabian Peninsula related to First Nephi, ought to be a good starting point for those who have heard the old canard about there being "not a shred of evidence in favor of the Book of Mormon."



Here's one more on Bountiful, of similar interest.

15 comments:

wayner said...

Beautiful and reverant, reminds me of the Idaho Falls Temple.

Zera Pulsipher said...

I'm glad you read through your comments. Great post considering some of the claims being made in your previous post.

Zera Pulsipher said...

I meant in the comments of your previous post sorry :-).

wayner said...

what claims in what previous post-I only made one post I think, other than asking a technical question.

Bishop Rick said...

Is there evidence of fruit, honey and ore in Bountiful?

Anonymous said...

"Is there evidence of fruit, honey and ore in Bountiful?"

All of this is going to take some serious archeological work but I have to thank you Jeff. You made my day with a wonderful spiritual experience.

Zera Pulsipher said...

wayner i was talking about Jeff's previous article and its comments section :-)

Anonymous said...

Who chose S. Kent's hat??

Anonymous said...

Yes - honeybees in the cliffs of Wadi Sayq, iron ore confirmed by BYU geologists, and plenty of dates as one example of fruit.

Bookslinger said...

"Yes - honeybees in the cliffs of Wadi Sayq, iron ore confirmed by BYU geologists, and plenty of dates as one example of fruit."

Ooops. We'll have to get non-BYU geologists to confirm that! ;-)

Willis said...

This is from the DVD "Journey of Faith". Get the disc and watch it all. There's plenty more to see.

Zera Pulsipher said...

Hey Jeff it seems the videos were removed what happened?

Willis said...

I just checked, the videos are still there

Anonymous said...

"Ooops. We'll have to get non-BYU geologists to confirm that! ;-)"

It looks like they would drag along some non-LDS scientests but like we have pointed out most do not want to get involved.

Anonymous said...

"Ooops. We'll have to get non-BYU geologists to confirm that! ;-)"

It looks like they would drag along some non-LDS scientests but like we have pointed out most do not want to get involved.