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An Approach to the Study of the Book of Mormon Geography

by J. A. Washburn

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christianity - Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (,
  • Christianity - Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saomts (,
  • Religion / Mormonism,
  • Religion - World Religions

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages226
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10510112M
    ISBN 100548048762
    ISBN 109780548048764
    OCLC/WorldCa176939176

    Washburn published An Approach to the Study of Book of Mormon Geography. He was now convinced that the hill Cumorah in the text of the Book of Mormon was in fact located in Central America. Thomas S. Ferguson made his first trip to Mexico. Ferguson requested BYU to purchase the Mayan collection that had belonged to Wiiliam E. Gates. J.A. Washburn and J.N. Washburn, “An Approach to the Study of Book of Mormon Geography” – book. The most convulted of geography models, with multiple seas’ North, South, East and West without a single piece of land surrounded by four. Despite such vagaries, the Washburn’s are sure they’re right.

    Source: JM Sjodahl, An Introduction to the Study of the Book of Mormon, , pp. – Comer/Maeser model. Claims the Narrow Neck of Land is Panama. Source: JA and JN Washburn, An Approach to the Study of the Book of Mormon Geography, Provo, Utah, Dixon Source: Just One Cumorah by Riley Lake Dixon, SLC, Bookcraft, According to most adherents of the Latter Day Saint movement, the Book of Mormon is a 19th-century translation of a record of ancient inhabitants of the American continent, which was written in a script which the book refers to as "reformed Egyptian". This claim, as well as all claims to historical authenticity of the Book of Mormon, are rejected by non-Latter Day Saint historians and scientists.

    A Critique of the Limited Tehuantepec Geography," in New Approaches to the Book of Mormon: Explorations in Critical Methodology, edited by Brent Lee Metcalfe, (Salt Lake City, Utah: Signature Books, ), – This latter volume is dedicated to the proposition that "the Book of Mormon . The Heartland Model (or "Heartland Theory") of Book of Mormon geography postulates that the events described in the Book of Mormon took place, primarily, in the heartland of North America.. Among its proposals are that Mound Builders, including the Hopewell and the Adena, were among those peoples described in accounts of events in Book of Mormon books such as Alma and Helaman.


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An Approach to the Study of the Book of Mormon Geography by J. A. Washburn Download PDF EPUB FB2

The authors wrote in the Introduction to this book, "While the present writers have an aquaintance in a general way with the existing body of writing on the subject of geography of the Book of Mormon, there have here purposefully endeavored to keep this material in the background until the study was completed.5/5(1).

The authors wrote in the Introduction to this book, "While the present writers have an aquaintance in a general way with the existing body of writing on the subject of geography of the Book of Mormon, there have here purposefully endeavored to keep this material in the background until the study was completed.5/5(1).

$ An Approach to the Study of the Book of Mormon Geography Paperback – Septem by J. Washburn (Author) See all 9 5/5(1). An Approach to the Book of Mormon Geography, February 4. Todos Santos, Baja California, Mexico. important physical factor influencing soil fertility, agriculture potential, the kinds of native plants and animals, the extent and wealth of minerals and other resources, and ultimately its population carrying Size: 3MB.

The Book of Mormon includes a history of an ancient people who migrated from the Near East to the Americas. This history contains information about the places they lived, including descriptions of landforms, natural features, and the distances and cardinal directions between important points.

The internal consistency of these descriptions is one of the striking features of the Book of Mormon. Read this Article View a PDF of "An Approach to the Book of Mormon Geography" in its entirety including maps, illustrations and photographs.

Articles by Hugh Nibley Read this Article The Archaeological Problem, An Approach to the Book of Mormon. Summary: The geographical setting of the Book of Mormon has been the subject of serious study and casual speculation since before the book was first published.

The Church has been neutral when it comes to issues relating to Book of Mormon geography, as is FairMormon. An entirely new approach to the study of Book of Mormon Geography This book introduces the reader to an authoritative hierarchy of internal and external “witnesses” beginning with the 36 Prophecies and Promises that its ancient writers originally intended latter-day readers to use in identifying the Promised Land of their day and ours/5(17).

Any study of the Book of Mormon geography must strictly adhere to criteria that do not alter the Book of Mormon text, the proposed map, nor established scientific dating systems. The location of lands, oceans, rivers, mountain ranges, and boundaries in relationship to distances and relative positions in the Book of Mormon must match.

The Book of Mormon geography lands and map with DNA evidence; definitive truth, is a scripture based Book of Mormon geography book and is not limited to Mesoamerica or some very small isolated land at the Great Lakes or central USA.

After several months of intense careful study of the text I have put together the following proposed map, showing the relative positions of Book of Mormon lands, cities, rivers, etc.

See my answers to questions about the Book of Mormon HERE. Notes about the map: 1. The Land of Zarahemla is at a lower elevation relative to the Land of Nephi. The authors wrote in the Introduction to this book, "While the present writers have an aquaintance in a general way with the existing body of writing on the subject of geography of the Book of Mormon, there have here purposefully endeavored to keep this material in the 5/5.

The study of Book of Mormon geography can benefit the reader in the same way the external aids help with the Bible and Doctrine and Covenants. It helps the characters leap from the page and become living historical figures.

The Wiki Approach A another valid reason why you might want to study Book of Mormon geography is it help determine Author: Mgeorge. Washburn and Washburn (), An Approach to the Study of Book of Mormon Geography: Book cover Cover of Washburn and Washburn () focusing attention on a Mesoamerican location.

J.A. Washburn and J.N. Washburn, An Approach to the Study of Book of Mormon Geography (New Era Pub. Co., ). Note that the cover circles Mesoamerica. Claims the Narrow Neck of Land is Panama. Source: JA and JN Washburn, An Approach to the Study of the Book of Mormon Geography, Provo, Utah, Dixon Source: Just One Cumorah by Riley Lake Dixon, SLC, Bookcraft, General s.

Source: John L Sorenson, The Geography of the Book of Mormon: a Source Book, FARMS,pp. 75– Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for An Approach to the Study of the Book of Mormon Geography by J. Washburn at the best online prices at.

Book of Mormon Hemispheric Geography Theory Summary: The Hemispheric Geography Theory (or HGT) is the traditional understanding of the Book of Mormon.

It postulates that the events in the book took place over North and South America, with the Isthmus of Panama as the narrow neck of land. Many proposed Book of Mormon geography theories were originated using a method proposed by Dr. John Sorenson and others who taught that the first step was to create a hypothetical or “internal” map using the + geography related passages.

Welcome to True Book of Mormon Geography. God’s Word is to be established by “two or more witnesses” (2 Cor), and that requirement applies to the field of Book of Mormon Geography, for it is a sacred record. As the above logo depicts, we do respect this mandate, and our model is.

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↑ For historical review and discussion, see William J. Hamblin, "Basic Methodological Problems with the Anti-Mormon Approach to the Geography and Archaeology of the Book of Mormon," Journal of Book of Mormon Studies 2/1 (): – wiki ↑ Anthony W.

Ivins, Conference Report (April ), Nibley, Hugh, "An Approach to the Book of Mormon" ().Maxwell Institute Publications. Foreword t o t he Fi rst Edi t i on Everyone who rea ds t hi s m a nua l wi l l nd new m a t eri a l i n i t — m a t eri a l t ha t ha s not a ppea red i n pri nt before a nd i s,Cited by: 2.Now, there is another reformatting of the text by Lynn and David Rosenvall, in “A New Approach to Studying the Book of Mormon.” As a father and son team, the Rosenvall’s were involved a few decades ago in developing the first online edition of the LDS scriptures.