Refuting the errors of Jonathan Neville and the Heartland hoax

Saturday, June 20, 2020

Those who live in glass houses, pt. 7

(Part seven of a series.)

This is the masthead of BookOfMormonCentralAmerica.com, one of Jonathan Neville’s seventy-one blogs.

Tell me if you can’t see the unintentional irony here:
Masthead to Jonathan Neville's BookOfMormonCentralAmerica.com blog
Didn’t catch it? Permit me to emphasize it for you:
Masthead to Jonathan Neville's BookOfMormonCentralAmerica.com blog with irony emphasized
Sure thing, Brother Neville: Book of Mormon Central is obsessed, and you aren’t.

That he, unironically and with a straight face, would accuse anyone of being “single-minded” and “contradict[ing] the Church’s policy of neutrality” on geography—a policy that he himself has tried to downplay and dismiss over 120 times—would be astounding were it not so utterly routine for him.

—Peter Pan

* “M2C” is Jonathan Neville’s acronym for the theory that the Book of Mormon took place in Mesoamerica and that the hill Cumorah in the Book of Mormon is not the same hill in New York where Joseph Smith received the plates of Mormon.

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