[Cross-posted from Forn Spǫll Fira.] Recent, under-informed assertions about the Book of Mormon and archaeology prompt this discussion. Let’s ask a simple question: What archaeological evidence do we have that the Council of Nicaea ever took place? Unlike Zarahemla, or the Mitanni capital of Washshukanni, Nicaea is a site whose location is known. It has been […]

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