Book of Mormon Doctrine – A Virtual Conference Series

Saturday December 12th
12:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Event #2 “Socialism / Democracy / Doctrine and Where We Stand”

We live in Historic times…

The political rife, civil unrest and the spiritual void found in This Land has arrived once again. 

 As history unfolds how do Latter-day Saints find refuge in the scriptures. Who can we trust and how do we navigate these turbulent times?


Join us a s we examine the truths found in the Book of Mormon, 

and how Moroni and other prophets helped the faithful endure and find peace during challenging times. 

 “Socialism / Democracy / Doctrine and Where We Stand” bring hope to the hearts of the faithful as we continue with our virtual conference series.

2021 also will examine evidences of the Book of Mormon, The Last Days and the Book of Mormon Lands – 

The Heartland model as we seek to understand our responsibilities and the Everlasting Covenant between 

the Lord and the people of This Land – the United States of America.

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Bruce H. Porter

Bruce H. Porter earned his bachelor’s degree in Ancient Near Eastern Studies from B.Y.U. and went on to receive his master’s degree in Middle East Studies with an emphasis in Semitic languages.

He has studied Hebrew Aramaic, Akkadian, Coptic, Egyptian Hieroglyphics, and others languages, with a minor in ancient Near Eastern Religions. His graduate coursework was in the History of Religions, with an emphasis in Egyptian religion and textual studies.

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Brother Porter has done extensive research for the BYU’s Religious Studies Center, on the Pearl of Great Price and the Book of Abraham, and been instrumental in the research and discovery of the Antonio Lebolo Will. He has done scriptural research in the major museums and libraries of Europe, the Middle East, and the United States. Brother Porter has presented papers for the “Society for Early Historic Archaeology” and the “Journal of Egyptian Archeology” the Encyclopedia of Mormonism and has also co-authored a paper with Stephen Ricks that was published in By Study and also by Faith, a two-volume work honoring Hugh Nibley. During his graduate work, he assisted in the research and writing of a documentary on Egyptian archeology for BBC. Brother Porter is also the author of many books which titles include: Prophecies and Promises, The Book of Mormon, An Everlasting Decree, The Threshing Floor of Faith. Class notes and study guides have been published on; The Book of Moses, A Scriptural Study Guide for The Book of Revelation, as well as other papers on specific scriptural and doctrinal topics. He is a sought-after speaker for presentations and seminars that are focused on the scriptures and the Book of Mormon.

Coupled with his writing and research, Brother Porter’s background has presented him with an opportunity to host lead and guided tours. Working for BYU Travel Study, Murdock Travel, LDS Travel and now for, with his focus being on Church History, Book of Mormon, and the Biblical World including Egypt, Israel, and the Mediterranean world.

Born in Mesa Arizona, Brother Porter has lived in Utah, Israel, and Southern California while working for CES. He also served a full-time mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Southwestern England and Wales. Semi-retired he now teaches adult religion classes in the Mesa-Gilbert area and continues his passion of scriptural research and writing. He has served in many ward and stake positions throughout his life and continues to do so. Bruce and his wife Margaret have ten children, and 25+ grandchildren, and are now living in Queen Creek, Arizona.

Brother Porter’s testimony, research, and message are dedicated to the truthfulness of the scriptures, and in particular the Book of Mormon, the divine calling of the Prophet Joseph Smith, and of course Jesus Christ and the necessity to Come unto Him for Salvation. Because of this he is a sought after speaker, teacher, and tour guide.

Darin Southam

Darin is an American actor, writer, and director of English, Scottish, and German decent, born in the small town of Vernal Utah. Most of his childhood and adolescence (12 years) was spent in Vancouver, Washington. A week after Darin’s seventeenth birthday, his father died of a heart attack. As the youngest and last of five children in the home, Darin became the man of the house.

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The school stage is where Darin’s passion for acting began but he was also very into sports. After playing college football at Brigham Young University-Idaho, Darin finished his BA at the University of Utah. His football days led to his first acting role in the Disney film “Going To The Mat,” working with Khleo Thomas as the football jock, “Yardley”. The following year, Darin booked another role in Disney’s “Halloweentown High,” where he worked with Academy Award Nominated, Debbie Reynolds, as well as Teen Choice Nominated, Lucas Grabeel. Southam read for the role of Wylie in Disney’s “Buffalo Dreams” and had the director all but convinced until he was asked his age (being 25 at the time). Though Darin is typically cast in younger roles, in this case, the director took Darin’s age a bit too literally. Darin took a few roles in independent films and then landed a lead role in Discovery Channel’s “I Shouldn’t Be Alive.”

In spite of his brewing film success, with a young family, Darin relocated to California to pursue a law degree. Shortly after moving, he booked a role in “127 Hours” where he worked with Golden Globe Winner (and Academy Award Nominated), James Franco. Although the role turned out to be smaller than anticipated, as the entire wedding scene was cut from the final edit, it did steer Darin from law school. He withdrew after one semester to attend Playhouse West Acting School in North Hollywood. While studying there, he booked roles in a number of films, including the mountain man scout Ephraim Hanks in “Ephraim’s Rescue,” where he showed his ability to carry a film. Later, Darin was also direct-cast as a younger character version of PT Emmy Nominated, John Heard, in “Counting For Thunder.” Not letting his law background go to waste, Darin followed by landing a supporting role as the lead Defense Attorney in “Just Let Go,” where he worked opposite Emmy Nominated Henry Ian Cusick and Sam Sorbo (Jenkins). Most recently, Southam worked opposite Teen Choice Winner, Josh Lucas, on Yellowstone.

Darin is also the writer and director of over 30 commercials and short films, including the third all-time highest funded short film on Kickstarter in 2017, “Reign of Judges: Title of Liberty Concept Short”.

Jonathan Neville


Jonathan Neville is a lawyer, businessman, educator and author who has written over forty books, including both nonfiction and fiction. He has studied Church history and the Book of Mormon for decades, but didn’t begin publishing in the field until 2015. As of July 2020, he has published ten books on these topics. He also writes for several blogs, including

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Brother Neville approaches these issues like the criminal prosecutor he once was. He pursues the evidence wherever it leads and doesn’t simply “assume” anything or take anyone’s word at face value. When it comes to Church history, he follows the adage: “trust, but verify.” That process of verifying has led to some important new discoveries that he thinks are faith-affirming and corroborate what Joseph Smith said and what the Book of Mormon teaches.

For the last twenty-five years, Jonathan has lived mostly in Utah, but he has lived in Europe for 8 years, in the Philippines, in California, Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, Washington, Tennessee, and Illinois. In 2018 he and his wife lived in Africa (Mauritius) and in 2019 they lived in China. He has visited over 60 countries on every continent—including a Chilean base in Antarctica. He travels frequently with his wife Beverly, a PhD and college professor and author.

Jonathan’s first Mormon-related book, The Lost City of Zarahemla, examines the origins of the anonymous articles in the 1842 Times and Seasons.

Tim Ballard, author of the Lincoln Hypothesis among other books, says Brother Neville’s book titled Moroni’s America is “a definite game changer… finally a complete, honest, and faithful look at Book of Mormon geography that deals with all the tough questions.”

Brother Neville’s book, Whatever Happened to the Golden Plates?, explains how Joseph Smith actually translated two separate sets of plates—only one of which came from Moroni’s box in the Hill Cumorah. His latest book, A Man that Can Translate, focuses on understanding the disparate historical accounts of the translation of the Book of Mormon.

Brother Neville has spoken at firesides and conferences throughout the United States and in Europe.


4Ms choice of virtual platform provides participants with a fully interactive experience with the speakers…

The audience may connect in multiple ways with the speaker, other participants, sponsors and vendors!

You will engage via…

  • Main Stage – up close and personal
  • Live Streaming with PowerPoint delivers abundant content
  • Breakout session answer a wide variety of questions
  • Chat Rooms to see other’s reaction and what they think
  • Q&A session can answer your questions
  • Networking with other like-minded participants and relay feedback

This presents a huge advantage over typical platforms. It’s just like being at a real conference!  You will have a much deeper, more interactive and engaging experience with the content, speakers and participants!

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other events in the series

  • The Title of Liberty
  • The U.S. Constitution & the Gospel
  • The Gospel in Ancient Cultures
  • Signs of the Times / The Last Days
  • New Evidences of the Book of Mormon
  • Book of Mormon Lands, Heartland vs. Central America
  • The Lost City of Zarahemla
  • Christology & Kirtland Ohio
  • Temple Text in the Scripture
  • Others Subjects TBA…


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core values

Primary Goal

Empower people to closely examine scriptures to gain greater light and knowledge.

Guiding Principle

Content from speaker must be substantiated through at least one of three sources; The Standard Works, The words of a prophet while they were a prophet or from verifiable words of the Prophet Joseph Smith Jr.

Seminar Perspective

Doctrine transcends tradition and tradition is the seedbed for apostasy


You will take three things with you when you depart this mortal life; The convenants you make, the relationships you develop and perhaps most important the character you build with your free agency – get busy building character!