Earl M. Wunderli

EARL M. WUNDERLI has degrees in philosophy and law from the University of Utah. He retired as Associate General Counsel of IBM in Connecticut in 1993 and returned to his native Utah. He has long made an avocation of studying the internal evidence in the Book of Mormon, serves on the Sunstone Board of Di￾rectors, has published in Dialogue, and has presented several papers at Sunstone Symposia in Salt Lake City and Washington, D.C.

Critique of a Limited Geography for Book of Mormon Events

Articles/Essays – Volume 35, No. 3

Dialogue 35.3 (Fall 2003):127–168
DURING THE PAST FEW DECADES, a number of LDS scholars have developed various “limited geography” models of where the events of the Book of Mormon occurred. These models contrast with the traditional western hemisphere model, which is still the most familiar to Book of Mormon readers.

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Critique of Alma 36 as an Extended Chiasm

Articles/Essays – Volume 38, No. 4

Dialogue 38.4 (Winter 2006):105–156
He has written about it at least four times. It reflects most of the problems with all of his extended chiasms. My argument is that he has im￾posed chiasmus on the Book of Mormon where none was intended.

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Response to Boyd and Farrell Edwards’s Response to My “Critique of Alma 36 as an Extended Chiasm”

Articles/Essays – Volume 39, No. 3

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