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  1. rodheadlee

    "Why some people leave the Church"

    So there is a good possibility that the person interviewing me for my temple recommend and denying me one, doesn't even believe the Temple is the House of God. Wonderful, and that's not hypocritical ? say it ain't so.
  2. rodheadlee

    New documentary on Book of Mormon witnesses

    The geography thread is <<<<<<< that way. You have a CFR to respond to or retract your words.
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    Statement on Book of Mormon geography

    I believe that Nephi sailed perhaps the first Sloop. Later I will find the verses that describe the build of their boat. Also I would like to point out that there are currents that are not chartered on the various maps of the world. But they are known among sailors that run the same routes. One such current is around the equator at about 131 degrees west I will have to check my log books but this current will push you right back towards Mazatlan where we came from. We knew about this because of another sailor that warned us. I appreciate all of your post and your alternative point of view that you bring to these discussions.
  4. why are you smirking? I just moved to Mexico and it makes me very happy.
  5. rodheadlee

    Statement on Book of Mormon geography

    It's not that difficult of a sailing solution. Perhaps you should familiarize yourself with the currents and Winds of the world. You would sail the monsoons and trade winds South out of Arabia to around 40 degrees south latitude. The westerlies would carry you around to South America, South of Australia and around the South Pacific high pressure system that bends the trade winds to the Northeast. From there once you enter the itcz the currents could carry you to the Gulf of tehuantepec. This can all be found in Jimmy Cornell's World cruising routes.
  6. rodheadlee

    Mike Stroud anyone?

    What is TOFW?
  7. rodheadlee

    What is the Good News?

    The good news is victory over death. Eternal life.
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    Statement on Book of Mormon geography

    CFR there is no snow in Mesoamerica.
  9. rodheadlee

    Jesus becoming God in Pre-Mortal Realm

    Thank you
  10. rodheadlee

    Jesus becoming God in Pre-Mortal Realm

    Perhaps that assumes too much? Do we know Jesus didn't have a body and gave it up to come to Earth?
  11. rodheadlee

    How to reconcile Hagoth and the Heartland Theory?

    You do know that trade winds blow from east to west 24/7 365 days a year. That would be about from 20 degrees north latitude to 20 degrees south latitude. That varies during the seasons. The westerlies are up in the Roaring forties. The itcz separates the north from the south there's basically no wind there except for squalls. There is a countercurrent at the equator. The current on either side of it runs from east to west. I just wanted to throw that out there.
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    Statement on Book of Mormon geography

    Your link won't open.
  13. rodheadlee

    What is love?

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    Statement on Book of Mormon geography

    I'm familiar with Sorensen's work. Nowhere will you find Central America listed as a continent. The bridge over the America's links South America and North America.
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