Who Are the Children of Lehi? DNA and the Book of Mormon

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Greg Kofford Books, Incorporated, Jan 1, 2007 - Religion - 162 pages
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How does the Book of Mormon, keystone of the LDS faith, stand up to data abut DNA sequencing that puts the ancestors of modern Native Americans in northeast Asia instead of Palestine? In Who Are the Children of Lehi? Meldrum and Stephens examine the merits and the fallacies of DNA-based interpretations that challenge the Book of Mormon's historicity. They provide clear guides to the science, summarize the studies, illuminate technical points with easy-to-grasp examples, and spell out the data's implications.

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Meldrum is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at ISU and curator of vertebrate paleontology at the Idaho Museum of Natural History.

Stephens is Professor of Anatomy and Embryology at Idaho State University. He has been working on thalidomide for almost twenty-five years, and believes he has found the mechanism that causes the drug to damage the embryo.

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