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Category:Losing a Lost Tribe
Responses to claims raised in Simon Southerton, Losing a Lost Tribe
Pages in category "Losing a Lost Tribe"
The following 21 pages are in this category, out of 21 total.
- Question: Are the dead being "baptized into the Mormon faith?"
- Question: Are we allowed to pray to our "Heavenly Mother"?
- Question: Did Dee F. Green say that there is no such thing as Book of Mormon archaeology?
- Question: Did Joseph Smith believe that the Book of Mormon explained local legends associated with the "Mound Builders" of the Eastern United States?
- Question: Did some Church leaders believe that the skin of the Lamanites would turn white?
- Question: Do Latter-day Saints believe that the scriptural terms "church of the devil," the "great and abominable church," and the "whore of all the earth" refer to a specific religion?
- Question: Does the Smithsonian Institution send out a letter regarding the use of the Book of Mormon as a guide for archaeological research?
- Question: Have any relationships been found between New World languages and Hebrew?
- Question: In what context are chariots mentioned in the Book of Mormon?
- Question: Is finding links between Hebrew and ancient American languages realistic?
- Question: Is it true that Mormons believe the original Garden of Eden was located in Missouri?
- Question: Was Nephi's temple "similar in splendor" to Solomon's temple?
- Question: Was the ''View of the Hebrews'' theory of Book of Mormon origin advanced during the lifetime of Joseph Smith?
- Question: Was the priesthood ban lifted as the result of social or government pressure?
- Question: Was Thomas Stuart Ferguson an archaeologist?
- Question: What was the Lamanite curse?