This book is a must for the serious student of Book of Mormon geography. Written with an "outside the box" approach, it takes a new look at the subject and proposes new locations based upon the clues given by the book's prophets. The author reasons that the primary clue would be the narrow neck of land and proposes a location for that landmark. The remaining lands and cities are then located working out from this key point. Proposals for the Jaredite lands are also made, and the Jaredite and Nephite cultures compared and contrasted. The important topics of distance, direction and populations are discussed in a straight forward manner. Where possible, archeological sites are identified and correlated with the proposed geography. A location for the Hill Cumorah is suggested, and a novel method proposed for proving Book of Mormon sites. The work is appropriately illustrated with helpful maps and charts. A discussion of the various theories regarding Book of Mormon... More > lands is also included.< Less
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By Linda Merkley
Sep 26, 2010
Wow, what an amazing book! Finally a theory that addresses all the different references or "clues" within the Book of Mormon. Mr. Warr has presented a theory that fits logically and completely without the usual reaching and rationalizing to make certain geographical or climatic features fit. Very thorough and well thought out. I may be convinced. If you call yourself a serious student of Book of Mormon Geography, you must read this book.
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