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It seems to have been in response to a rumor that the Smithsonian had used the Book of Mormon as an archaeological guide book.Their letter says, in part: "..of the principal Old World domesticated food plants or animals (except the dog) occurred in the New World in pre-Columbian times."There are extensive and impressive evidences for the authenticity of the Book of Mormon as an ancient document dealing with real people and places, contrary to the endlessly and mindlessly repeated mantras of anti-Mormons." Statement by Jef Lindsay "Archeologists and other scholars have long probed the hemisphere's past and the society does not know of anything found so far that has substantiated the Book of Mormon." Statement by the National Geographic Society "...faith in the scriptureswhether the Bible or the Book of Mormonmust rest upon something other than scholarly consensus and archaeological evidence... experts are reluctant even to be identified with the topic." J. Sorenson, Brigham Young University, 1966 The Book of Mormon describes migrations of people from the Middle East to Central America, and further describes some features of their civilizations in the New World.
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"...horned incense burners, models of house types, wheel-made pottery, cement, the true arch, and the use of stone boxes" have been found both in Mesoamerica and the ancient Near East.
These might indicate some form of contact between people in the two areas. Just because no artifacts have been found that support the Book of Mormon, that is no proof that future artifacts will not be found which verify the book.
The Book of Mormon describes three migrations of people from the Middle East to America.
At that time, God "confused the language of all the [peoples of the] earth; and from there the Lord scattered them abroad over the face of all the earth." [RSV] "All the earth" would presumably include the Americas.
referring to some unique person, place or event in the Book of Mormon." In 1952-OCT, Ferguson, a lawyer, organized the New World Archaeological Foundation (NWAF).