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Who Uses the Word Resurrection in the Book of Mormon and How Is It Used?
|Title||Who Uses the Word Resurrection in the Book of Mormon and How Is It Used?|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2012|
|Authors||Hilton, III, John, and Jana Johnson|
|Journal||Journal of the Book of Mormon and Other Restoration Scripture|
The word resurrection is employed at varying frequencies in specific books and by individual writers in the Book of Mormon. Although Alma2 uses resurrection most often overall, Abinadi uses it more often per thousand words spoken. Some phrases in which resurrection is used in unique patterns by different speakers include power of the resurrection, first resurrection, and resurrection with the words time or with body. Some phrasal uses of resurrection in the Book of Mormon are not found in the Bible (such as resurrection and presence appearing together). This study of the usage of one individual word appears to show that individual voices are preserved in the Book of Mormon.
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