This no-wise demonstrates how freely and openly the M2C intellectuals repudiate the prophets, as well as how carefully they use sophistry, misdirection and censorship to confuse and mislead the Saints.
Below in red are the comments I would have made had they asked for my input as part of a legitimate peer review. (Of course, we know that nothing published by the M2C citation cartel ever undergoes a legitimate peer review--their work wouldn't withstand such a review--but it's fun to think about what such a peer review would look like.)
NOTE: I'm writing this as a helpful insider; i.e., as someone who wants to see Book of Mormon Central (BOMC) become legitimate.
So far, BOMC has engaged in pure confirmation bias, which is why it is not taken seriously be non-LDS or LDS who don't share the bias of the M2C intellectuals.
It's tragic, because BOMC has raised a lot of money from Church members who have been, let's say "misled," by BOMC's claim that BOMC follows the Church's policy of neutrality on Book of Mormon geography issues.
This no-wise is just the latest example of how BOMC is instead nothing but an M2C advocacy group that actively teaches people to disbelieve the prophets.
Theoretically, BOMC has the potential to do so much good. My peer reviews are my effort to dislodge BOMC from its Groupthink M2C mentality that is so counterproductive and destructive of faith in the prophets and the Book of Mormon itself.
Original in blue, my comments in red.
How Are Oliver Cowdery’s Messenger and Advocate Letters to Be Understood and Used?
[This needs to be reworded for two reasons.
First, the prophets have long told us how to understand and use these letters. The letters have been reprinted multiple times in official Church publications. Portions of Letter I are canonized. Portions of Letter VII have been repeatedly taught by the prophets, and no prophet has ever repudiated or even questioned Letter VII's teaching.
Second, we cannot presume to tell Church members how to understand and use these letters, especially when we're contradicting the prophets. The title should be something such as "Understanding the context and significance of Oliver Cowdery's Messenger and Advocate letters."]