Mormon Media Observer: Journalism reports on culture of doubt

I sometimes think that Korihor from the Book of Mormon is evidence that the Book of Mormon is true.

Critics of the Book of Mormon sometimes try to explore the culture of 19th century America — upstate New York in particular — for explanations of the themes and ideas prevalent in Book of Mormon. From that, they argue that the Book of Mormon was a modern book, the product of Joseph Smith’s imagination, not a genuine translation of an ancient record meant for our day, as we Latter-day Saints assert.

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