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|Title||Book of Mormon Witnesses and Their Testimony Meet Legal Standards|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1951|
|Authors||Wilson, David J.|
|Magazine||Relief Society Magazine|
|Date Published||August 1951|
|Keywords||Eight Witnesses; Law of Witnesses; Laws; Legal; Testimony; Three Witnesses|
The Old Testament law of witnesses was approved by Paul the Apostle, Hammurabi, and Utah code: by the mouth of two or three witnesses shall the matter be established. The Three Witnesses and Eight Witnesses of the Book of Mormon fulfill this criteria. The most important witness for which there is no substitute is the Holy Ghost who witnesses to the very soul of man.
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