2 edition of Commentary on the Book of Mormon found in the catalog.
Commentary on the Book of Mormon
in Salt Lake City
Written in English
|Statement||by George Reynolds and Janne M. Sjodahl. Edited and arranged by Philip C. Reynolds.|
|Contributions||Reynolds, George, 1842-1909., Sjodahl, Janne Mattson, 1853-1939.|
|LC Classifications||BX8627 .R39|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||60020122|
How appropriate that the first patriarch ("head" or "prince of the tribe") should bear the name of his ancient forefather, who saw and prophesied of him! [Joseph Fielding McConkie and Robert L. Millet, Doctrinal Commentary on the Book of Mormon, Vol. 1, pp. ] His Name Shall Be Called After Me Joseph. Joseph McConkie makes this sidenote. Commentary on the Book of Mormon Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English Volume 5. The small plates of Nephi -- v The words of Mormon and the Book of Mosiah -- v The Book of Alma, Chapters -- v.4 The Book of Alma, Chapters -- v The Book of Alma, Chapters -- v Pages:
(Reynolds and Sjodahl, Commentary on the Book of Mormon, vol. 2, p. ) Words of Mormon out of which my people and their brethren shall be judged. The Nephites and the Lamanites are not the only people who will be judged by the things recorded in the Book of Mormon. The same judgment will come on the members of the Church who have read. McConkie and Millet's four volume Doctrinal Commentary on the Book of Mormon is good, although it is as conservative a series as you might guess a work by a man sporting the names of both Joseph Fielding Smith and Bruce R. McConkie might write. T.
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 . Book of Mormon Central / Archive / A Comprehensive Commentary of the Book of 3 Nephi. Pinterest Tweet Widget Facebook Like Share on Facebook Google Plus One. Title: A Comprehensive Commentary of the Book of 3 Nephi Get the latest updates on Book of Mormon topics and research for free.
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“Official” Book of Mormon Commentary. Book of Mormon Student Manual published by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FREE) – This is an official resource of the church for use in institute classes. The student manual contains mostly general authority quotes and brief statements of explanation for blocks of verses.
A Book of Mormon Commentary that is thorough and comprehensive. As you can see from the sample, the format is a segment of scripture, such as a chapter, followed by commentary and cross references. It's really like a guided tour through The Book of Mormon.
The set is sequential and the author has done a fantastic job of referencing prophet and 5/5(2). This is a verse-by-verse commentary. My husband and I read from it each night while studying the Book of Mormon.
The commentary is insightful and we learned many new and interesting things/points about most every section. The authors are very knowledgeable and reliable in the things they share. I highly recommend this set of books to everyone/5(7).
Doctrinal Commentary on the Book of Mormon, Vol. 1- First and Second Nephi [McConkie, Joseph Fielding, Millet, Robert L.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Doctrinal Commentary on the Book of Mormon, Vol. 1- First and Second Nephi/5(11).
See this page in the original publication. Author: Peterson, H. Donl. Commentary on the Book of Mormon book the Book of Mormon is the best known and most widely circulated LDS book, many commentaries on and reference books about it have been written to assist readers.
Nibley’s Commentary on The Book of Mormon is based on transcriptions from classes taught by Hugh Nibley, and is published with the permission of the Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship and Nibley LLC. It is not sponsored or endorsed by either the Maxwell Institute or Brigham Young University, and.
Book of Mormon, 2 Nephi 2 Book of Mormon, ISRAEL, TEN LOST TRIBES OF. 3 G. Southerton, Losing a Lost Tribe: Native Americans, DNA, and the Mormon Church (Salt Lake City, UT: Signature Books, ).
The commentary in 2 Nephi 26 and 27 is the most helpful explanation we have of Isaiah 29 in the Book of Mormon. It differs from earlier commentaries by providing not only introductory and summarizing remarks but also the most specific scriptural intertextual commentary on the matter.
Commentary on 1st Nephi Below is the introduction to what will be an ongoing personal chapter-by-chapter commentary on the Book of Mormon, starting with 1st Nephi. My emphasis will be on doctrinal and historical items, with citations provided to.
Chapter 12 Mormon's commentary on the condition of the people-Human frailty and the goodness and power of God-Blessed are the penitent-Men to be judged according to their works Chapter 13 Beginning of the prophecy of Samuel the Lamanite-Samuel proclaims his prophecies from the city wall -Sword of justice to fall on fourth generation-Nephite.
This book has quotes from LDS Scholars and Church Authorities that go along with scriptures in the Book of Mormon. In my scripture study last year, I would read a chapter in the Book of Mormon and then read the quotes in this book that went a long with it/5.
From many sources, the authors assembled facts and background for their Commentary that will engage the interest of both beginning student and veteran scholar. So persuasively and enthusiastically have they prepared their research so that every reader will see the myriad pearls of great price in the Book of Mormon anew.
Commentary on the Book of Mormon Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English Volume 3. The small plates of Nephi -- v The words of Mormon and the Book of Mosiah -- v The Book of Alma, Chapters -- v.4 The Book of Alma, Chapters -- v The Book of Alma, Chapters -- v Pages: Book of Mormon Commentary uploaded and added to Book of Mormon Commentary, I Nephi Wrote This Record 4 years ago Book of Mormon Commentary Volume 1 Video 2 - Duration: 1 hour, 4 minutes.
As the keystone of our religion, the Book of Mormon is high-priority reading. Naturally, it is read with varying degrees of comprehension, and many of us need assistance to deepen our understanding.
This four volume commentary focuses on the most significant aspect of this standard work--doctrine/5. Producing a commentary on what the Book of Mormon is, and what it means.
A dynamic, interactive, web-friendly presentation of the Book of Mormon. Create an account and track your progress. Every student of the Book of Mormon is sure to treasure the provocative and inspiring historical, biographical, philological, and archaeological research of Elder Reynolds and Elder Sjodahl, two eminently articulate and informed Church scholars and writers.
In. Doctrinal Commentary on the Book of Mormon, v1 Written by respected gospel scholars, Joseph Fielding McConkie, Robert L. Millet, and Brent L. Top, this series focuses on the most significant aspect of the Book of Mormon-the doctrine.
Covenants, etc., but the Book of Mormon was brought by an angel, a tangible thing. He gave it to Joseph. He gives this clinical description of how the angel was. This is something completely different. 2,3 The Book of Mormon is like nothing else. It is totally different from the Bible by virtue of its genesis.
Look at the Bible. Sperry, Sidney B. “The ‘Isaiah Problem’ in the Book of Mormon.” In Book of Mormon Compendium, – Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, Welch, John W. “Authorship of the Book of Isaiah in Light of the Book of Mormon.” In Isaiah in the Book of Mormon, edited by Donald W.
Parry and John W. Welch, – Provo, UT: FARMS, Nibley's Commentary on the Book of Mormon: Commentary on the Book of Mormon - Ebook written by Hugh W.
Nibley. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Nibley's Commentary on the Book of Mormon: Commentary on the Book of /5(7). This verse brings the apocalyptic prophecy (or historical commentary) right up to the summer ofwhen Oliver Cowdery was transcribing the text of the Book of Mormon (the "things" written and "hid up" by Nephi's seed) as it fell from the lips of Joseph Smith (who was divining the translation of the ancient record by "the gift and power" of.