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The Book of Mormon Needed
|The Book of Mormon Needed
|Year of Publication
|The Latter Day Saints' Millennial Star
|17 March 1910
|Another Testament of Jesus Christ; Baptism; Book of Mormon; Continuing Revelation; Holy Bible; Immersion; Infant Baptism; Intertextuality; Predestination
Brookbank states that the moral and religious principles contained in the Book of Mormon are akin to those in the Bible. The Book of Mormon does, however, contain new teachings. It specifies the proper mode of baptism, rejects infant baptism, rejects the doctrine of predestination, is a second witness of the Savior, stresses the terrible consequences of disobedience to gospel laws, and demonstrates the principle of modern revelation. The first part begins the series.
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