Skip to content

The Book of Mormon Population Problem: Radio Free Mormon: 345

Welcome, avid learners, to another enlightening episode of Radio Free Mormon Sunday School! I’m RFM, your guide through the intricate landscapes of scripture study. Today, we’re diving into the fourteenth week of the “Come, Follow Me” curriculum for the Book of Mormon in 2024. Our focus? A critical examination of population numbers in the early chapters of Jacob—a topic rarely explored in regular Sunday School. Radio Free Mormon Sunday School, where you will learn stuff you’re never gonna hear in regular Sunday School, invites you to join us as we unravel the internal problems with historicity surrounding population figures in the Book of Mormon. In “A CRITICAL PROBLEM: Book of Mormon Population,” we’ll discuss: Scripture Study Revelation: Dive into the “Come, Follow Me” curriculum, exploring the intricacies of Jacob 1–4. Uncover insights that challenge traditional interpretations and shed light on internal inconsistencies. “Be Reconciled unto God through the Atonement of Christ”: Examine the central message of the Book of Mormon amidst the backdrop of population discrepancies, considering how spiritual truths intersect with historical realities. Analyzing Jacob 1–4: Dissect the population numbers presented in these chapters and scrutinize their feasibility within the context of ancient American civilizations. “Spiritual Blindness” and the Quest for Truth: Reflect on the importance of critical thinking and discernment when encountering historical challenges within scripture, emphasizing the need for honesty and openness in our pursuit of truth. Join us on this thought-provoking journey as we confront the critical problem of Book of Mormon population figures. Radio Free Mormon Sunday School is committed to providing a space for thoughtful discussion and deeper exploration, addressing topics that may challenge conventional narratives. Don’t miss out on the unique insights that will broaden your understanding of this intriguing aspect of scripture study.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *