It seems unlikely that Joseph could keep the Book of Mormon’s complex geographical details straight without committing frequent and obvious errors, particularly while dictating the text in a single draft. The Book of Mormon details a complex world, referencing over 101 different cities and geographical features tied together in a dense web of over 150 unique geographic relationships.

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