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Rod L. Meldrum

Exploring the Book of Mormon in America's Heartland

Exploring the Book of Mormon in America's Heartland

A Visual Journey of Discovery

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This book uses over 300 photos, works of art, artifacts, maps, charts, scripture and commentary to introduce the reader to the growing body of evidence that suggests the very real possibility of a North American setting for the events of the Book of Mormon.

From Adam-ondi-Ahman to the City of Enoch; from the restoration of the Gospel to building of the New Jerusalem in the latter-days — the "Heartland" of America has long been the setting of sacred and significant events throughout the course of human history.

Thirty-six scriptural prophecies and promises parallel the descriptions of the ancient Nephite land and a latter-day "Promised Land." Joseph Smith's historically documented statements are consistent with those prophecies.

Emerging scientific research strengthens the assertion that large agrarian societies once flourished in North America during the Jaredite and Nephite eras. The research, conducted primarily by non-LDS scientists, is revealing remarkable correlations of culture, achievement and destruction among these ancient peoples.

The research captured by this book spans the breadth of prophecy, scripture, early Church history, archaeology, anthropology, architecture, fortifications, trade, religion, metallurgy, DNA, horticulture, population movements by sea and by land, geographic topologies, building materials, astronomical alignments, mythology and much more.


  • 220 pages
  • 11x9
  • Full color
  • Hardcover case bound
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