5 edition of Mormons, scripture, and the ancient world found in the catalog.
by Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies in Provo, Utah
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Davis Bitton.|
|Contributions||Sorenson, John L., Bitton, Davis, 1930-|
|LC Classifications||BX8611 .M674 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xliv, 519 p. :|
|Number of Pages||519|
|LC Control Number||98009753|
Mormons believe that the Book of Mormon confirms information found in the Holy Bible. The text gives an account of ancient prophets who lived in the Americas. It covers events that occurred from. To date, thousands of ancient metal documents have been discovered all over the world, including the Mediterranean and Near East. Although it is uncertain how much Joseph Smith or his associates knew about such discoveries in , it is clear that the Book of Mormon and its discussion of metal plates fit in remarkably well with these findings from antiquity.
The Book of Mormon contains a version of the Sermon on the Mount, which some authors have claimed to be "the Achilles heel of the Book of Mormon." One author makes the point that certain portions of the Greek manuscripts of Matthew 5–7 do not agree with the KJV of the text, and concludes that the Book of Mormon version of the sermon should not contain text similar to the . The Book of Mormon is a sacred text of the Latter Day Saint movement, which, according to adherents, contains writings of ancient prophets who lived on the American continent from approximately BC to AD It was first published in March by Joseph Smith as The Book of Mormon: An Account Written by the Hand of Mormon upon Plates Taken from the .
The Book of Mormon is canonized Mormon scripture that describes the migration of two Jewish people groups from the Ancient Near East to the Americas. According to the Book of Mormon, the first group called Jaredites sailed to the New World shortly after God confused the language at the tower of Babel at about 2, B.C. (Ether 1; cp. Gen. ). Book of Mormon, work accepted as holy scripture, in addition to the Bible, in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and other Mormon churches. It was first published in in Palmyra, New York, and was thereafter widely reprinted and translated. Its followers hold that it is a divinely inspired work revealed to and translated by the.
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The book comprises three sections: Mormon History and Culture; Elucidating the Book of Mormon, and the Ancient World. My favorite section is the latter, which contains chapters dealing with evidences of transoceanic contact with the Americas or other evidences for authenticity of the Book of Mormon/5(3).
Download Resist-Dyeing as a Possible Ancient Transoceanic Transfer ( KB) Download Pre-Columbian American Sunflower and Maize Images in Indian Temples: Evidence of Contact between Civilizations in India and America ( KB) Download Doubled, Sealed, Witnessed Documents: From the Ancient World to the Book of Mormon ( KB)Author: Davis Bitton, John L.
Sorenson. Mormons, Scripture, and the Ancient World. Studies in Honor of John L. Sorenson. Purchase. This multidisciplinary volume of essays was written by colleagues and former students of John L.
Sorenson as a tribute to his lifetime of contributions to our understanding of Book of Mormon and anthropological scholarship. and former students of. Book of Mormon Central / Archive / Mormons, Scripture, and the Ancient World: Studies in Honor of John L.
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The differences in the Book of Mormon are likewise not sufficient to disprove the Egyptian connection and are in no way incompatible with the ancient world home claimed by the Book of Mormon.
The second narration of the dream, given by Lehi’s son Nephi, displays an even greater affinity with the Greek and Egyptian sources than does Lehi’s. The Book of Mormon is a sacred record that Mormons, or Latter-day Saints, consider to be scripture in addition to the Bible.
Its coming forth was an essential part of the history of Mormonism. The Book of Mormon is about the history of two great civilizations of people who lived in the ancient Americas. Mormons, Scripture, and the Ancient World: Studies in Honor of John L.
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They believe that the Book of Mormon tells the story of God's dealings with the ancient inhabitants of the American Continent, including a. Well, the Book of Mormon is a migration story, similar to the idea of the Book of Exodus in the Old Testament, except there are three migrations involved in this: an early one [involving a people.
The doctrines we will examine are those taught by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (the Mormons). Mormons claim to agree that the Bible is from God (Article of Faith #8). We do not accept their claim that their Mormon "Scriptures" are.
When the Mormons first emerged in s America, Constantine Samuel Rafinesque, a Christian polymath of French-German heritage, attacked them for their “singular but absurd opinion that American tribes are descended from the Hebrews or the ten lost tribes.”(Atlantic Journal and Friend of Knowledge, vol.
1, ).Strange as it sounds today, such notions of ancestry were. Welch explained, “The basic concept of preserving important ancient documents by preparing them in two parts and then sealing one of the two was common throughout much of the ancient world.” One can see this occurring in the Book of Mormon, where the composition of the plates followed a similar pattern.
But unlike the rest of the Christian world, Mormons do not believe the Bible is God’s only record of his teachings to his children on earth.
For example, the Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ, is sacred scripture which testifies of Jesus Christ and chronicles the ancient people of the American continent.
Mormons believe in the Bible, as well as other books of scripture, such as the Book of Mormon. They have a unique view of cosmology and believe that all people are spirit-children of God. Mormons believe that returning to God requires following the example of Jesus Christ, and accepting his atonement through ordinances such as : 1, Mormon scholars argue that the Book of Mormon Israelites who lived in the Americas were assimilated into other nations.
But the Book of Mormon never mentions any other nations. This article answers the claim that the Book of Mormon figure called Sherem is an example of a. The scrolls quote from these ancient texts. These ancient writings have some similarities with the Book of Mormon and other Mormon scripture, Lichtenstein said.
For example, both the Mormons and the Essenes put greater emphasis on two ancient prophets: Enoch and Melchizedek, who make just fleeting appearances in the Old Testament. Some earlyth century Mormons claimed various archaeological findings such as place names, and ruins of the Inca, Maya, Olmec, and other ancient American and Old World civilizations as giving credence to the Book of Mormon record.
Many current believers, including the LDS Church, have no strong position on whether or how to attribute the.Journal of Book of Mormon Stud no. 2 (): 42–55, 70– Skinner, Andrew C.“Savior, Satan, and Serpent: The Duality of a Symbol in the Scriptures.” In The Disciple as Scholar: Essays on Scripture and the Ancient World in Honor of Richard Lloyd Anderson.
Edited by Stephen D. Ricks, Donald W. Parry and Andrew H. Hedges, –One passage says that the Book of Mormon “shall establish the truth” of the Bible “and shall make known to all kindreds, tongues, and people, that the Lamb of God is the Son of the Eternal Father, and the Savior of the world; and that all men must come unto him, or they cannot be saved.” 8 In its more than six thousand verses, the Book.