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Believe it or not, the archaeological Achilles' heel of the Book of Mormon is not the multiple cities it discusses that have never been found, but rather the one city it mentions that is actually real: Jerusalem.

Believe it or not, the archaeological Achilles' heel of the Book of Mormon is not the multiple cities it discusses that have never been found, but rather the one city it mentions that is actually real. Jerusalem is the only city that is found in both the Bible and the Book of Mormon, and is one of the most excavated cities in the world. Therefore, I decided to put both the Bible and the Book of Mormon to a simple archaeological test. Traveling around Israel, I asked archaeologists that have dug in Jerusalem two questions: In their Jerusalem excavations did they use the Bible as a tool in the archaeology? Did they use the Book of Mormon in their archaeology?

Watch the video to see how they answered these questions!

Blessings, Joel

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ABRT 28 | 8/1/2019