Why do people believe in the Book of Mormon?

If it has poor credibility, why do people still believe in it?

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Emilio 1992 Emo Tenorio Shomer
Great question the heart of the matter is in man's fallen nature and his deceitful heart to blindly follow that which he perceives to have a value, he desires.
I believe part of the answer is people have a hunger for God and the Mormon sales staff will stick to you forever, till the burning busom theatricals appears.

Another great selling point for some is the idea that you too can be a god imagine that appeal and they do take care of their own even if your long dead.

Within the Mormon variants or lego block sets there is something for everybody from very young wives or multiple sister wives a cornucopia of choices, or just start your own variant like Joe did, after all your going to be a god practice!

Nothing to demonstrate that the book of Mormon is anything other than myth or invention has ever been found, we have only the word and testimony of one very colorful Joe Smith!

Consider that no archaeologist has ever found any object to prove the book of Mormon, no cities have ever been located no scriptures or inscriptions, no person, place, name, artifacts or nation.

In the Lord's freedom..............warrior on

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