The future of Book of Mormon studies looks bright, as does the future of the only journal that’s solely dedicated to its promotion and pu
Book of Mormon writers retained most elements of the earliest biblical teaching about the two ways, but with enriched underst
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"Shall" is stressed above "not," revealing the gospel is focused on what we do, how we create, and who we serve rather than what we refrain from.
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Zander Sturgill: "One important thing I’m realizing as I’m reading the Book of Mormon is that I’m missing so many intertextualities, simply because I don’t know the Old Testament well.”
Mormonism teaches that life came into the world by the Fall, rather than the Protestant version that death came into the world by the Fall.
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More details can now be known about the key events that anchor our historical understandings of the pace of translation, about witness testimonies that credibly document the impressive work, and ot
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