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Court Mann, "Artifact or Fiction: New 'Hidden in the Heartland' docu-dama series explores possible North American 'Book of Mormon' sites," Daily Herald, Sunday, Nov 8, 2015, D1,4, online at 

http://www.heraldextra.com/entertainment/relax/did-the-book-of-mormon-occur-in-north-america-local/article_33fed8c5-86b9-5126-af1d-00a73e71663c.html .

 

According to the article, the pilot episode of the new series was shown at the LDS Film Festival and Book of Mormon Evidence Conference this year.  Has anyone seen that pilot episode?  If so, what was your impression?

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Court Mann, "Artifact or Fiction: New 'Hidden in the Heartland' docu-dama series explores possible North American 'Book of Mormon' sites," Daily Herald, Sunday, Nov 8, 2015, D1,4, online at 

http://www.heraldextra.com/entertainment/relax/did-the-book-of-mormon-occur-in-north-america-local/article_33fed8c5-86b9-5126-af1d-00a73e71663c.html .

 

According to the article, the pilot episode of the new series was shown at the LDS Film Festival and Book of Mormon Evidence Conference this year.  Has anyone seen that pilot episode?  If so, what was your impression?

 

I have not seen it but I would not pay heed to anything not coming from official LDS publications.

 

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I have not seen it but I would not pay heed to anything not coming from official LDS publications.

I'm curious. If that is how you really feel, why do you bother participating in and reading a discussion forum that also isn't an official LDS publication? Are you of the opinion that edifying and worthwhile input can't come from non-official sources?

 

Or have I misunderstood your meaning?

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