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Seven Claims of the Book of Mormon (1937)

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Seven Claims of the Book of Mormon (1937)

by John A. Widtsoe


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The contents of the Book of Mormon are inspired; and The Book of Mormon offers a certain test of its authenticity.
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    The following study is part of a projected larger treatise on the evidences of the truth of Mormonism. It is aimed directly at the needs of missionaries and others who have need of brief, comprehensive summaries of the accumulated evidences for the truth of the work established by the Prophet Joseph Smith. The Seven Claims discussed in this work are: The Book of Mormon had a Miraculous Origin; The Book of Mormon was Written on Gold Plates in Reformed Egyptian by a Succession of Historians; There Existed a Populous American Civilization in Antiquity; The American Aborigines Are in Part of Hebrew Descent; Jesus Christ Visited the American Continent; The Contents of the Book of Mormon Are Inspired; and The Book of Mormon Offers a Certain Test of Its Authenticity. 198 pages

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    ISBN 9780990934622
    Author John A. Widtsoe
    Age Group 12+
    Book Type paperback

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