Mormon carbon dating
“And if our plates had been sufficiently large we should have written in Hebrew; but the Hebrew hath been altered by us also; and if we could have written in Hebrew, behold, ye would have had no imperfection in our record.
Read on for the entire history making story…the case for Book of Mormon written language in America's Heartland!
The Book of Mormon claims to be a history of several groups of people from the Old World who were lead to the America’s by the Lord and came by ship.
At least one of these groups, known as the Nephites, kept a written history of their people on metal plates which were passed down through their prophets for nearly a thousand years.
According to the Book of Mormon account, these plates were written in a language they called “And now, behold, we have written this record according to our knowledge, in the characters which are called among us the reformed Egyptian, being handed down and altered by us, according to our manner of speech.
Since the coming forth of the Book of Mormon there has never been more profound evidence of its authenticity than today.
Arguably among the two greatest linguistic discoveries relating to the authenticity of the Book of Mormon are two ancient stones bearing Hebrew inscriptions that can now finally take their rightful place in the history of the world!Many, if not hundreds of stones inscribed with ancient characters and symbols have been summarily dismissed as fakes and forgeries because it was against the official policy of the scientific community under the Smithsonian Institution, and because linguistic evidence cannot be supported by one or two random arifacts.Recent scientific verifications of several sites and artifacts - numbering eight as of this writing - now establish that people with a knowledge of ancient Hebrew written language and culture were in America during Book of Mormon time frames!Mayan is as unrelated to Hebrew or Egyptian as Chinese is to Latin.Still some tenaciously hold that at least there a written language.While true, that language was emphatically neither of the languages specified in the Book of Mormon, which does not help in validating any Book of Mormon claims and in fact may rule out the Maya of Mesoamerica as candidates to be those people or lands.