~THE BOOK OF MORMON ALREADY KNOWS~
WHAT THE FIELDS OF SCIENCE ARE NOW DISCOVERING
And now, I, Moroni, would speak somewhat concerning these things; I would show unto the world that faith is things which are hoped for and not seen; wherefore, dispute not because ye see not, for ye receive no witness until after the trial of your faith. Ether 12:6
~EVIDENCE ONLY STRENGTHENS THE FAITHFUL~
"No evidence will convince you of the truth of what you do no want" Hellen Schucman. A Course In Miracles, 202.
In 1976, Elder Neal A. Maxwell gave this prophecy: “There will be a convergence of discoveries (never enough, mind you, to remove the need for faith) to make plain and plausible what the modern prophets have been saying all along. Latter-day Saint scholars will show the way by being able to read firsthand such ancient texts rather than relying on secondary scholarship, as was the case earlier in this dispensation. We will be able to read such texts through a Latter-day Saint lens rather than relying solely upon able Protestant and Catholic scholars, of whom it is unfair to expect full sensitivity to the fullness of the gospel's doctrines and ordinances. [Will unquestionable] proof come in this way? No, but neither will the Church be outdone by hostile or pseudo-scholars.” Elder Neil A. Maxwell. Deposition Of A Disciple, 49.
"The normal way of dealing with the Book of Mormon 'scientifically' has been first to attribute to the Book of Mormon something it did not say, and then to refute the claim by scientific statements that have not been proven." Hugh W. Nibley, Since Cumorah, 214.
"The honest in heart, who feel that the true Kingdom of God ought to have special and powerful credentials, and not just be another voice in the crowd, will not go away disappointed from an examination of the claims and evidences of the Book of Mormon." Hugh W. Nibley
"The evidence that will prove or disprove the Book of Mormon does not exist." Hugh W. Nibley, Since Cumorah, xiv.
This website is a tribute to the members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who have exercised faith in our Savior and have received a spiritual witness that the Book of Mormon is true and is the word of God.