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What the Book of Mormon Is (Concluded)
|Title||What the Book of Mormon Is (Concluded)|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1995|
|Authors||Sperry, Sidney B.|
|Journal||Journal of Book of Mormon Studies|
|Keywords||3 Nephi; 4 Nephi; Abridgment; Ammaron; Amos (Son of Amos); Amos (Son of Nephi); Ether; History; Mormon; Moroni; Nephite|
An analysis of the text of 3 Nephi to Moroni. Third Nephi was written by Nephi, the son of Nephi, the son of Helaman. Fourth Nephi in turn was written by the son of Nephi (3) also called Nephi, and Nephi(4)‘s son Amos and grandsons Amos and his brother Ammaron. The book of Mormon was principally inscribed by Mormon and Moroni. The book of Ether exposes the terrible end of a people persisting in wickedness. The book of Moroni shows his love for his enemies.
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