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Truth and Method: Reflections on Dan Vogel's Approach to the Book of Mormon
|Title||Truth and Method: Reflections on Dan Vogel's Approach to the Book of Mormon|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2004|
|Journal||The FARMS Review|
|Keywords||Ancient America; Book of Mormon; Criticism; Historicity; Mesoamerica; Native Americans|
Kevin Christensen responds to Dan Vogel’s views against the authenticity of the Book of Mormon. Vogel claims that the Book of Mormon cannot be a translated text because there were numerous influences surrounding Joseph Smith that could have motivated him to write the book on his own. Christensen and Vogel have responded to each other’s claims previously; this article is a continuation of that debate.
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Truth and Method: Reflections on Dan Vogel's Approach to the Book of Mormon." The FARMS Review 16, no. 1 (2004): 287-354. "
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