Are the Jaredites thousands of years older than we think?
How Cain's apparent survival of the Flood challenges its globality.
William Miller wrongly predicts the Second Coming. Joseph Smith says it's the Bible's fault.
Some say that Noah's pre-Flood world was like Pangaea. The Book of Moses seems to say otherwise.
What if Ken Ham debated Joseph Smith? Grab your popcorn.
Stuff I've been thinking about lately. And it has to do with science and religion.
In Moses 7, Enoch sees a vision of a battle "many generations" in his future--a battle which, for many reasons, complicates the simple global-Flood model that so many people adhere to.
In Moses 7, God promises Enoch that part of Noah's seed will be found "among" all nations. Evidence that more than 8 people survived the Flood?