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Book of Mormon Authorship: New Light on Ancient Origins
|Book of Mormon Authorship: New Light on Ancient Origins
|Year of Publication
|Reynolds, Noel B.
|Number of Pages
|Religious Studies Center
|Ancient Near East; Arabia; Book of Mormon Authorship; Book of Mormon Translation; Early Church History; Mormon (Prophet); Moroni (Son of Mormon); Smith, Joseph, Jr.
In this volume, nine Latter-day Saint scholars each address the question of Book of Mormon authorship from a different approach. The tests of authenticity they employ rely on analytical techniques borrowed from such diverse disciplines as history, literature, statistics, and ancient Near Eastern studies. For both layman and scholar, this book makes exciting reading. While ultimate acceptance of the Book of Mormon as the word of God is and will remain a spiritual matter, the reasoned analyses, comparisons, and examinations contained in these pages add to the swelling volume of evidence that supports Joseph Smith’s account of the authorship of that book.
Table of Contents
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Table of Contents
- B. H. Roberts and the Book of Mormon
- Chiasmus in the Book of Mormon
- Nephi's Outline
- The Book of Mormon as an Ancient Book
- Two Shots in the Dark
- Through the Arabian Desert to a Bountiful Land: Could Joseph Smith Have Known the Way?
- Who Wrote the Book of Mormon? An Analysis of Wordprints
- The Book of Mormon and the American Revolution
- The Credibility of the Book of Mormon Translators
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