Book of Mormon Minimalists and the NHM Inscriptions: A Response to Dan Vogel

Book of Mormon Minimalists and the NHM Inscriptions: A Response to Dan Vogel

by Neal Rappleye

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Book of Mormon Minimalists and the NHM Inscriptions: A Response to Dan Vogel by Neal Rappleye, Stephen O. Smoot

Biblical “minimalists” have sought to undermine or de-emphasize the significance of the Tel Dan inscription attesting to the existence of the “house of David.” Similarly, those who might be called Book of Mormon “minimalists” such as Dan Vogel have marshaled evidence to try to make the NHM inscriptions from south Arabia, corresponding to the Book of Mormon Nahom, seem as irrelevant as possible. We show why the NHM inscriptions still stand as impressive evidence for the historicity of the Book of Mormon.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148150268
Publisher: Interpreter Foundation
Publication date: 01/24/2014
Series: Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture , #8
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 28
Sales rank: 905,873
File size: 129 KB

About the Author

Neal Rappleye is a student at Utah Valley University working toward a BA in History with a minor in Political Science. He is a volunteer with FairMormon, an editorial consultant with Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, and co-recipient of the 2013 John Taylor Defender of the Faith Award. His main research interests are the foundational events in early Latter-day Saint history and the ancient origins of the Book of Mormon. He blogs about Latter-day Saint topics at

Stephen O. Smoot is an undergraduate student at Brigham Young University pursuing bachelor’s degrees in Ancient Near Eastern Studies and German Studies.

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