CLAIM NINE
  Now wait just a minute, J.B. All of this traipsing around in the humid weather has my mind working overtime. If they had those huge wagons, and wheels and roads, who does he claim was doing all the pulling ? Everyone knows that the ancient American cultures did not have horses or beasts of burden.  
  Get a load of this, boss. the Book of Mormon
has the audacity to claim otherwise. It not only
mentions horses, but elephants too. This is the
break in our case we have been waiting for.
 
     
  Judge, I would like you to pay close
attention to what J.B. is about to
present to the Book of Mormon.
 
  Do you claim that the people in Your pages had horses, and better yet, elephants at their disposal?  
  Yes, I do.  
     
  Ah-ha ! I have finally managed
to trap you with your own
words. You could not find a single
archaeologist who would agree
with those claims.
 

 

 

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Claim 6 : Engineering and Superior Cement
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Claim 7 : Hardened Copper Tools & Medical Instruments
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Claim 10 : Large Organized Cities
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Claim 11 : Major Destruction at Christ’s Crucifixion
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