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Contrary to the claims of our critics, there are many interesting findings that make it difficult to explain away the Book of Mormon as a nineteenth-century fraud from Joseph Smith.

Such evidence is not "proof" but should encourage readers and seekers of truth to give the Book of Mormon a chance.

I am greatly impressed with the evidence of Book of Mormon authenticity, especially factors that seemed like laughable mistakes in 1830 that now have become powerful witnesses that the Book of Mormon is what it claims to be -- an authentic ancient document that Joseph Smith DID NOT write. For those looking for more depth on some of these topics, there are some excellent books that can be read online, courtesy of the Maxwell Institute.

These include: While I have much to say below about some of the impressive Old World finds related to the Book of Mormon, we are still in our infancy in understanding the geography of the New World setting for the Book of Mormon, but there is a consensus among many LDS scholars now that the most plausible settiing for the Book of Mormon in the New World is a small region, not the entire hemisphere, and that region is set in Mesoamerica, the area covering part of sourthern Mexico, Guatemala, and nearby regions. For those interested in understanding the geography debates and the growing evidence in this area, here are some resources to consider: While faith will always be required in our mortal journey, for those interested in moving forward on faith's rocky path, there are occasional dazzling lights along the way to help us see our way around or over the obstacles we face.

Americans are in for a cyber-surprise on Wednesday: They'll be able to plug family names into an online 1940 U. census and come up with details about the lives of New Yorkers - from Joe Di Maggio and Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy to their own relatives. Census experts say the New York data is of national interest because tens of millions of Americans have roots in this gateway to the United States through Ellis Island, and many can now dig for more personal information.'That's the exciting aspect about this - the ability to search the lifetime of our mothers and fathers,' said Debra Braverman, a New York-based independent forensic genealogist with clients seeking information for trust funds and estates. These records include details about famed personalities such as Lauren Bacall, Al Capone, Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Houdini, who according to the 1925 census was born in the United States, even though most biographies say he was born in Hungary.

census first made public in April will unlock personal information about residents of New York - then the largest U. state and an immigrant hub from which people moved all over the country. Taking down numbers: An enumerator interviews a woman for the 1940 Census; the 1940 U. Census plus the 19 New York Censuses are now searchable online by family name, without needing often forgotten addresses from seven decades ago Some of the work of transcribing handwritten census records into a computerized index was done by workers in an office outside the southern city of Dongguan with 'very strong character recognition abilities,' said Todd Jensen, who heads the document preservation service at, a Provo, Utah-based family history company that's releasing the online New York census for 1940 using their new name index.

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