In 2017, the Ensign published an article titled "Understanding Church History by Study and Faith" by Keith A. Erekson, Church History Library Director:
Frequently, so-called problems with the past are actually just bad assumptions made in the present.
The historical record is clear and unambiguous regarding the New York Cumorah.
However, the record contradicts the modern assumptions made by our M2C scholars, who insist Cumorah cannot be in New York but must be somewhere in Mesoamerica.
Therefore, these scholars, and the Church historians who accommodate the M2C theory, cast doubt on the historical sources.
Worse, they censor them, as we've seen in the Saints books and the editorial content of the Joseph Smith Papers.
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