Many of the geographical descriptions in the Book of Mormon revolve around military conflicts. For example, the account of the battle near hill Riplah, between the Nephites and the Lamanites, provides an abundance of geographical descriptions that we have matched to a prominent hill. We have also matched details of other military battles to specific locations. The results of our work are scheduled to appear on this web site, along with maps, pictures and video presentations.
In our work on the geography of the Book of Mormon wars and conflicts, the following war principles became apparent. Knowledge of these principles was invaluable in unraveling the geographical details of military battles.
Examples of the implementation of these principles are best found in Alma, chapter 43. Today we are engaged in all kinds of wars, especially our children and grandchildren. These war principles will not only help us better understand the Book of Mormon story, but they will also help us win the wars we are waging today, not only on the ground but in our hearts.
Updated: Tuesday, 13 July 2010
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