Thursday, February 27, 2020

M2C, coronavirus, and Indoctrinated youth

M2C has made significant inroads.
Adapted for commentary from
https://www.toonsmag.com/corona-virus/
The corona virus (COVID 19) is a good metaphor for the way M2C has infected the Church.

[For those new here, M2C is the Mesoamerican/Two-Cumorahs theory promoted by certain intellectuals. The basic claims are that (i) the prophets have been wrong about the New York Cumorah, and (ii) the "real" Cumorah of Mormon 6:6 is somewhere in southern Mexico.]

Every time you read a story about the corona virus, consider how that story also applies to M2C. It is spread by close contact with infected people, and it is fatal for some individuals, but not everyone.

Many people are taking precautions by wearing masks, washing hands, etc. Some are buying provisions, taking inventory and rebuilding their food storage, etc.

What are you doing to protect yourself against the spread of M2C?

You can start by reviewing what the prophets have taught about Cumorah, such as the references here:

http://www.lettervii.com/p/byu-packet-on-cumorah.html
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Another aspect of M2C is reflected by this excerpt from an editorial in the WSJ:

An entire generation of American adults are too young to remember the suffering socialism caused during the 20th century. Collective historical ignorance is becoming a real threat. Those of us who remember have a responsibility to educate young Americans about the poverty and tyranny that inevitably follows socialism.

We can paraphrase that this way:


An entire generation of Latter-day Saint adults are too young to remember the teachings of the prophets about the New York Cumorah. Collective historical ignorance is becoming a real threat.

Those of us who remember have a responsibility to educate young Latter-day Saints about the inevitable slide into believing the Book of Mormon is fiction that comes from learning the geography from the writings of the M2C intellectuals and the CES/BYU fantasy maps that put Cumorah somewhere in southern Mexico.

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