The Book of Mormon

NuVision Publications, LLC, 2007 - 572 páginas
The Book of Mormon is a translation of golden tablets given to Joseph Smith who wrote of their account of a plan for salvation and what men must do to gain peace in this life and eternal redemption in the life to come. Smith received these golden plates from Mormon's son Moroni who was dead but considered glorified and resurrected on September 21, 1823. Smith said he was instructed by God to provide the rendering of these documents into the English language. This New Bible speaks of Jesus' appearance in America after His resurrection. He spoke to the Indians and taught them about salvation and propitiation and their future worshipping God.

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Excellent book of scripture. At first glance may not seem much but after much study and much reading of the book it appeared to me this book is indeed another witness of JEsus Christ. The stories are inspiring, the doctrine life changing, and the great love of the spirit of God I feel when read the book. Please do not take my word alone. Read the book of mormon you will be surprised what those mormons read. It is true. Useful to have a bible nearby as you will want to study from both 

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J.C. Smith is Professor of Law at the University of British Columbia, and the author of Psychoanalytic Roots of Patriarchy: The Neurotic Foundations of Social Order, also from NYU Press.

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