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Book of Mormon/Anachronisms/Demographics/Further Reading
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- What is an "anachronism" and how does it relate to the Book of Mormon?
- Animals or possible animal products referred to in the Book of Mormon
- Alleged biblical anachronisms in the Book of Mormon
- Climate in the Book of Mormon
- Cultural issues in the Book of Mormon
- Book of Mormon Geography
- Items described in the Book of Mormon
- Language questions related to the Book of Mormon
- Freemasonry and the Book of Mormon
- Materials described in the Book of Mormon
- Plants or fibers in the Book of Mormon
- Population and demographics in the Book of Mormon
- Scientific questions related to the Book of Mormon
- Book of Mormon textual issues
- Warfare in the Book of Mormon
FairMormon Answers articlesneutral when it comes to issues relating to Book of Mormon geography, as is FairMormon. The articles linked below will describe the various theories and examine the strengths and weaknesses of each.
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- Book of Mormon Old World Geography
- Book of Mormon geography in the New World
- Statements made by Church leaders on the subject of Book of Mormon geography
- Book of Mormon geography models
- Criticisms related to Book of Mormon geography
FairMormon web site
- FairMormon Topical Guide: New World Context of Book of Mormon FairMormon link
- Matthew Roper, "Book of Mormon Peoples and Pre-columbian Populations" FairMormon link
- Steven J. Danderson, "Adding Up the Book of Mormon Peoples," FairMormon link
- James E. Smith, "Nephi's Descendants? Historical Demography and the Book of Mormon (Review of Multiply Exceedingly: Book of Mormon Population Sizes by John C. Kunich)," FARMS Review of Books 6/1 (1994): 255–296. off-site
- John L. Sorenson, "When Lehi's Party Arrived in the Land Did They Find Others There?," Journal of Book of Mormon Studies 1/1 (1992): 1–34. wikiGL direct link
- James E. Smith, "How Many Nephites? The Book of Mormon at the Bar of Demography," in Book of Mormon Authorship Revisited: The Evidence for Ancient Origins, edited by Noel B. Reynolds, (Provo, Utah : Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies, 1997), Chapter 10. ISBN 093489325X ISBN 0934893187 ISBN 0884944697. off-site GL direct link
- John L. Sorenson, An Ancient American Setting for the Book of Mormon (Salt Lake City, Utah : Deseret Book Co. ; Provo, Utah : Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies, 1996 ), 1.
- John L. Sorenson, Mormon's Map (Provo, Utah: FARMS, 2000), 111. ISBN 0934893489.