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Book of Mormon Objective Geographic Standard No. 1: Relationships among Zarahemla, Minon, Gideon, and River Sidon
|Title||Book of Mormon Objective Geographic Standard No. 1: Relationships among Zarahemla, Minon, Gideon, and River Sidon|
|Publication Type||Web Article|
|Year of Publication||2016|
|Authors||Andersen, Joe V.|
|Keywords||Amlicite; Ancient America; Book of Mormon Geography; Gideon (Polity); Mesoamerica; Minon (Polity); River Sidon; Zarahemla (Polity)|
This article is the first of a series of articles that will provide readers and students of the Book of Mormon with specific and scripturally supported geographic standards without reference to any real-world geography. The specific standard identified in this article will be referred to hereafter as Geographic Standard No. 1 and will focus on the relationships among Zarahemla, Minon, Gideon, and the river Sidon. Following a discussion of this objective standard, currently proposed models will be compared with this standard, and the areas where this standard has not been followed will be shown and discussed.
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