copyright 2017 Jonathan Whitcomb
Online contact form for email to Jonathan Whitcomb
New Books for Mormons
Faith-supporting nonfiction books for LDS readers
Opening the Heavens
Living "pterodactyls" or "dragons" in a NON-fiction book
Searching for Ropens  Modern living pterosaurs
How can faith relate to science? Read Searching for Ropens and Finding God, fourth edition, to find how faith in the Bible led a number of Americans to search for non-extinct pterosaurs in the jungles of Papua New Guinea.
The Lincoln Hypothesis, by Timothy Ballard (published in 2016) — “A modern-day abolitionist investigates the possible connection between Joseph Smith, the Book of Mormon, and Abraham Lincoln” From the Preface: “I have spent almost my entire professional life as a Special Agent/Criminal Investigator. In pursuing criminal cases, I have been trained to work around a legal concept called Totality of the Circumstances. [It] promotes the idea that a good investigation gathers all evidence: direct, in- direct, circumstantial, opinion, conjecture—everything! The prosecutor in any case wants to know it all because [he or she] knows that although any one piece of evidence by itself may have little meaning, all of it together—the Totality of the Cir- cumstances—could have powerful implications. … The judge’s and jury’s job [is] to analyze it all and draw final conclusions.”
Hundreds of accounts of divine miracles in this book
Divine manifestations from 1820 to 1844
The pioneer preparations for what may someday be recognized as the most astonishing discovery in the history of Western science: Non- extinct pterosaurs (“pterodactyls”)
Searching for Ropens and Finding God - nonfiction book
The author, Jonathan Whitcomb, was one of the explorers who, in 2004, searched on Umboi Island for living pterosaurs. He was a forensic videographer, and used his skills in interviewing natives.
The official scientific discovery of living pterosaurs may someday be ranked as the most important event in the history of biology.
Another nonfiction book by a Mormon author
The Lincoln Hypothesis
Two extraordinary books by LDS investigators
Nonfiction paperback "Live Pterosaurs in America" Nonfiction book by LDS author Jonathan D. Whitcomb
Two more books by Whitcomb
copyright 2017 Jonathan Whitcomb
Online contact form for email to Jonathan Whitcomb
New Books for Mormons
Faith-supporting nonfiction books for LDS readers
Hundreds of accounts of divine miracles in this book
Opening the Heavens
Divine manifestations from 1820 to 1844
Living "pterodactyls" or "dragons" in a NON-fiction book
Searching for Ropens  Modern living pterosaurs
The pioneer preparations for what may someday be known as the most astonishing dis- covery in the history of Western science: Non- extinct pterosaurs (a.k.a. “pterodactyls”)
Searching for Ropens and Finding God - nonfiction book
How can faith relate to science? Read Searching for Ropens and Finding God, fourth edition, to find how faith in the Bible led a number of Americans to search for non-extinct pterosaurs in the jungles of Papua New Guinea. The author, Jonathan Whitcomb, was one of the explorers who, in 2004, searched on Umboi Island for living pterosaurs. He was a forensic videographer, using his skills to interview natives.
The official scientific discovery of living pterosaurs may someday be ranked as the most important event in the history of biology.
Two extraordinary books by LDS investigators
Another nonfiction book by a Mormon author
The Lincoln Hypothesis, by Timothy Ballard (published in 2016) — “A modern-day abolitionist investigates the possible connection between Joseph Smith, the Book of Mormon, and Abraham Lincoln” Preface: “I have spent almost my entire professional life as a Special Agent/Criminal Investigator. In pursuing criminal cases, I have been trained to work around a legal concept called Totality of the Circumstances. [It] promotes the idea that a good investigation gathers all evidence: direct, indirect, circumstantial, opinion, conjecture—every- thing! The prosecutor in any case wants to know it all because [he or she] knows that although any one piece of evidence by itself may have little meaning, all of it together —the Totality of the Circumstances—could have powerful implications. … The judge’s and jury’s job [is] to analyze it all and draw final conclusions.”
Nonfiction paperback "Live Pterosaurs in America" Nonfiction book by LDS author Jonathan D. Whitcomb
Two more books by the LDS author Jonathan Whitcomb:
copyright 2017 Jonathan Whitcomb
Online contact form for email to Jonathan Whitcomb
New Books for Mormons
Faith-supporting nonfiction books for LDS readers
Hundreds of accounts of divine miracles in this book Searching for Ropens and Finding God - nonfiction book
How can faith relate to science? Read Searching for Ropens and Finding God, fourth edition, to find how faith in the Bible led a number of Americans to search for non-extinct pterosaurs in the jungles of Papua New Guinea. The author, Jonathan Whitcomb, was one of the explorers who, in 2004, searched on Umboi Island for living pterosaurs. He was a forensic videographer, using his skills to interview natives.
Opening the Heavens
Divine manifestations from 1820 to 1844
The Lincoln Hypothesis, by Timothy Ballard (published in 2016) — “A modern-day abolitionist investigates the possible connection between Joseph Smith, the Book of Mormon, and Abraham Lincoln”
Preface: “I have spent almost my entire professional life as a Special Agent/Criminal Investigator. In pursuing criminal cases, I have been trained to work around a legal concept called Totality of the Circumstances. [It] promotes the idea that a good investigation gathers all evidence: direct, indirect, circumstantial, opinion, conjecture—every- thing! The prosecutor in any case wants to know it all because [he or she] knows that although any one piece of evidence by itself may have little meaning, all of it together —the Totality of the Circumstances—could have powerful implications. … The judge’s and jury’s job [is] to analyze it all and draw final conclusions.”
Nonfiction paperback "Live Pterosaurs in America" Nonfiction book by LDS author Jonathan D. Whitcomb
Two more books by the LDS author Jonathan Whitcomb:
Living "pterodactyls" or "dragons" in a NON-fiction book
Searching for Ropens  Modern living pterosaurs
The pioneer preparations for what may someday be known as the most astonishing discovery in the history of Western science: Non-extinct pterosaurs (a.k.a. “pterodactyls”)