Or look at the way FairMormon teaches the prophets and apostles were wrong, without even showing their readers what they said:
"Since the 1950s, opinion among Book of Mormon scholars has increasingly trended toward the realization that the Nephite Cumorah and the Hill in New York cannot be the same."
FairMormon won't tell readers that in 1975 and 1978, in General Conference, the New York Cumorah was reaffirmed despite what the scholars were teaching.
One would think that the consistent teachings of the ordained leaders of the Church, from 1835 (Letter VII) through 1975, would answer the question, but the intellectuals continue to teach that the ordained leaders were wrong, and because of their position of influence at BYU, teaching thousands of LDS youth, their ideas have largely prevailed among the Saints.
Fortunately, when presented with the teachings of the ordained leaders of the Church, most LDS people side with the leaders.
But LDS intellectuals who promote the Mesoamerican/two-Cumorahs theory don't want members of the Church to know what the ordained leaders have said.
That's why you'll never read what they actually taught if you read FairMormon, BYU Studies, the Interpeter, etc.
And that's why you won't learn what they taught if you attend BYU.
Instead, you'll learn a fantasy map designed as a ruse to teach the Mesoamerican interpretation of the text.