Refuting the errors of Jonathan Neville and the Heartland hoax

Wednesday, July 8, 2020

A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds

Iʼm endlessly fascinated at how Jonathan Neville can completely and unequivocally accept David Whitmer's statements from the 1870s and later about meeting an angel on the road who told David he was going “to Cumorah,” and also completely and unequivocally reject David Whitmer's statements from the 1870s and later about seeing Joseph Smith translate by using a seer stone in his hat.

Sadly, such is typical for the entire Heartland Book of Mormon movement, which relies heavily on cherry-picked quotes and disregarding evidence that is contrary to their preferred narrative.

—Peter Pan

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