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|Title||Travels Between Nephi and Zarahemla|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1967|
|Authors||Hanks, Marion D.|
|Date Published||September 1967|
|Keywords||Apologetics; Nephi (Land of); Zarahemla (Land of)|
In this response to the criticism that Joseph Smith authored the Book of Mormon, Hanks claims that the Book is so intricate, with numerous migrations, expeditions, flashbacks, interpolations, and other plot complexities, that it would have been amazing for an untutored boy to have written it. He includes a chart of travels between Zarahemla and the land of Nephi.
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