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Marching on to the beat of Nephites in Europe.
To the best of my reckoning:, Hagoth, in ancient Europe.
Would you leverage a meme like this to help a friend/neighbor give the Book of Mormon due consideration?
Today's Press Release:
All kidding aside, if you haven't seen it yet, get out there and go see Moana.... It's phenomenal!
And despite my lame attempt at humor, I smiled at how I caught myself thinking how many of the images of the film reminded me of elements of The Book of Mormon, The Testaments movie, etc. Especially the headdresses, clothes, ships, and other artifacts depicted when showing Moana's sea-faring ancestors. Funny how our culture influences how we can see the world!
I'm a novice when it comes to Book of Mormon geography. I don't worry about it too much, at least not enough to study the various theories in detail. Still, with so many debates in recent years, I do have a question:
Do proponents of the two most popular geography models (heartland and Mesoamerica) take into account the cataclysmic geographic changes that took place when Christ was crucified? If much of the geography described in the text predates the events of 3rd Nephi, doesn't that make the debate moot?