The War against Christianity: History and Geography of Ancient America in the Book of Mormon by Troy Smith


 

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The War against Christianity: History and Geography of Ancient America in the Book of Mormon

by Troy Smith

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Description:

In Ancient America, an aggressive and barbaric pagan subculture warred tirelessly and viciously against the civilized world of Nephite Christianity. Take a closer look at the geographical, political, and religious subcultures surrounding a small band of Christians and their pagan counterparts. In this fascinating book, you’ll learn about

  • The order of the Nehors
  • The hidden world of dissenters
  • Nephite geography and politics through maps and tables

You’ll learn to appreciate the sacrifices that were made to create and keep these sacred scriptural accounts. Backed by scriptural evidence, this book will give you a deeper understanding of the origins of the Book of Mormon.

 

About the Author:

Troy J. Smith, joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in May of 1976. He obtained a BA degree in Latin American Studies at Tulane University in 1984. His express purpose in attending Tulane from 1980 to 1984 was to study the physical world of the Book of Mormon. The focus of his study was the archaeology of the Western Hemisphere, with a principal concentration upon Mesoamerica. In 1987 and 1988, the author became involved in the publication of the Zarahemla Quarterly, for which he authored and co-authored articles pertaining to Book of Mormon archaeology.

 

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