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Of even greater concern is that many faithful LDS members, by virtue of the admonition of their leaders (mentioned above), are not even aware of the perplexing problems contained in the Book of Mormon text.

As a result, they are usually unable to effectively dialogue with critics without resorting to faith-based claims in a testimony which carry no authoritative weight for the many dedicated experts in the fields of archaeology, history, linguistics, genetics, etc.

For example, William Shakespeare wrote in his play, "Julius Caesar," that Brutus said, "Peace!

Count the clock," with Cassius replying, "The clock has stricken three." The problem is that the play took place in 44 BC—a time period in which "striking" clocks had not yet been invented.

The apologist cannot leave it there, she must do whatever twisting and turning it takes to maintain her belief in the "truthfulness" of the document and its translation.Introduction LDS member beliefs Anachronisms Knowledge of the Wheel?Archaeology Scientific community Non-LDS archaeologists Nahom Linguistics Hill Cumorah DNA Population problems Impossible events King James Bible Nature of God Most correct book?A "Julius Caesar" apologist would believe so much in the historicity of the "Julius Caesar" document that she would try any method possible to wave away the clock anachronism.The critic would try to prove the clock was an anachronism, thereby proving its fraudulent provenance.

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