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Religio-Sunday School Normal Lessons Course Two: Book of Mormon and Zion's Religio-Literary Society
|Title||Religio-Sunday School Normal Lessons Course Two: Book of Mormon and Zion's Religio-Literary Society|
|Year of Publication||1911|
|Authors||Smith, Walter A., and J.A. Gunsolley|
|Edition||Second Edition; Revised|
|Publisher||Herald Publishing House/Ensign Publishing House|
|Place Published||Lamoni, IA/Independence, MO|
|Keywords||Ancient America; Book of Mormon; Book of Mormon Geography; Book of Mormon Geography – Heartland; Brass Plates; Community of Christ; Doctrine; Early Church History; Gold Plates; Mesoamerica; Plates; Prophet; Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints; RLDS; Smith, Joseph, Jr.; Structure; Translation; Urim and Thummim|
No book can be said to be perfect, much less can the first edition. We expect that errors will be found in this. It is hoped the friends will kindly point out the errors, and exercise patience with the authors and publishers until the errors may be corrected.
The Religio Normal Lessons, Course Two, is a parallel course to Course One, introduced last year.
The lessons are in a sense an experiment, being the first of their kind written upon the subjects treated. But it is firmly believed that the lessons on the Book of Mormon have much merit, and the fact of their having been carefully examined and revised by such capable men as Frederick M. Smith, of the First Presidency of the church; F. M. Sheehy, of the Quorum of Apostles; and Samuel A. Burgess, a thorough scholar and critic, should inspire confidence in their value.
The lessons on the Religio were written by the president of the general society, a fact that should give prestige to them.
We submit the course to the officers, teachers, and students of the Religio and Sunday school, and to the church and the world, and with a prayer that its mission may be fraught with much good to humanity, bid it godspeed.
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