|Statement||translated by Joseph Smith, jun|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 83071|
|Contributions||Smith, Joseph, 1805-1844|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 721 p.|
|Number of Pages||721|
Deuteronomy –20 as Criteria for Book of Mormon Kingship; Meeting Zoram; Seers and Stones: The Translation of the Book of Mormon as Divine Visions of an Old-Time Seer; Bare Record: The Nephite Archivist, The Record of Records, and the Book of Mormon Provenance. Prophet, leader, teacher, and initiator of Nephite record (1–2 Nephi) Small plates of Nephi. Personal journals of prophecy and spiritual experiences: Large plates of Nephi: Social, political, military, and religious history: book of Omni: B.C. Amaron, son of Omni. Book of Mormon Notes A collection of notes about the Book of Mormon, from a faithful perspective. Wednesday, October 7, The line of Nephite record keepers How were Nephite records passed from one generation to the next? Who had the responsibility? Easy, you would say: The record keeper gave them to his oldest son before he died (with a. He was commanded by God to make his record (title page to the Book of Mormon; 3 Ne. ). Also, Nephite society had a strong tradition of the importance of written records, and this was one of the criteria by which they distinguished themselves from the .
The four families of Nephite record keepers of the Book of Mormon are listed chronologically here, along with their approximate dates of birth and other important information. If a date is not found in or tied directly to a specific verse, then the information has been deduced from general historical information. He completed his abridgement of the large plates and hid most of the Nephite records in the Hill Cumorah, except for his own abridgement and the small plates of Nephi, which he gave to his son Moroni. (Morm. ; W of M –7.) Moroni finished the record of his father on the abridgement. (Morm. , ) Then he wrote a preface to his father. The Nephite Record Wednesday, January 8, Today, The Book of Mormon is associated with doctrine it does not contain - those of Joeseph’s churches. This has caused a serious wound to the original purpose and work of God for The Book of Mormon. The Book of Mormon is sometimes published as The Record of the Nephites. It is also called The Nephite Record and The Stick of Joseph, depending on the publisher. The term Stick of Joseph is a reference to the verses in the King James Version of the Bible, Book of Ezekiel chap which the Latter Day Saint movement believes to be a prophecy Reviews: 1.
Question: Is there a cave in the Hill Cumorah containing the Nephite records? Brigham Young related a story about how the plates were returned to Moroni in a cave in the Hill Cumorah. "Review of Little Known Evidences of the Book of Mormon by Brenton G. Yorgason," FARMS Review of Books 2/1 (): – The existing record is a summary by Moroni 2, last custodian of the Nephite records, of a history written on gold plates by Ether, the final Jaredite prophet, around the middle of the first Millennium B.C. Shaped by the editorial hands of Ether, Moroni 2, and Mosiah 2 (Mosiah ), and by the demand for brevity, the account gives but a. In all of this, there is no mention of a temperature problem causing the Lamanite nature. Unfortunately, it is the nature of Sorenson and other Mesoamerican Theorists to write in such a manner about the Book of Mormon, which is nothing more than a rewriting of the Nephite record. Purchase over maps of the Book of Mormon in North America “But the grand repository of all the numerous records of the ancient nations of the western continent, was located in another department of the hill, and its contents put under the charge of holy angels, until the day should come for them to be transferred to the sacred temple of Zion.”.