The Book of Mormon Doctrine and Covenants the Pearl of Great Price review æ 3

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The Book of Mormon Doctrine and Covenants the Pearl of Great Price review æ 3 ☆ The Book of Mormon contains the writings of men who lived upon the American continent approximately 600 BC to 400 AD They are written to testify of the divinity of Jesus Christ The Doctrine Covenants are revelations given toHis own history and The Articles of Faith of the Church Pagination is as follows excluding introductory material for each volume the Book of Mormon 535 pages; the Doctrine and Covenants 298 pages; the Pearl of Great Price 61 pages; and the index 416 page. HAHAHAHA I saw this on here and just had to mark that I'd read it I couldn't have all those others on here and not the best of the best of the best rightI've read the entire Bible Book of Mormon Doctrine and Covenants and Pearl of Great Price many a time and I LOVE THEM ALL The Bible was slowest for me after Exodus but picks up again after Leviticus Wowlots of detail about the tabernacle But the Bible has the best lessons to be learned and many stories that are truly inspiring and wonderful that we never or rarely ever hear about I didn't read Songs of Solomon He needs to get a grip on his hormones it's not inspired by Godcommon knowledge and you can tell within just a verse or so of thatAnd The New Testament was of course wonderful My favorite is The Book of Mormon just because it's one cool story after another with no boring parts at least in my opinionI like the Isaiah parts though These are books inspired by God and through reading praying and actually living what they teach it literally changes a person Brings peace purpose and a warmth to life that comes in no other way I know these books are true and come from God Himself How can you get ANY better than that you just can't

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The Book of Mormon contains the writings of men who lived upon the American continent approximately 600 BC to 400 AD They are written to testify of the divinity of Jesus Christ The Doctrine Covenants are revelations given to Joseph Smith Jr and other prop. It's impossible to rate the Book of Mormon because the reader has to either believe it's the word of God or not There's no in between As a literary endeavor it's really repetitive and boring But if you read it as scripture then you can pretty much overlook the archaic writing style Even as a young Mormon girl growing up I was confused about the scriptures taken out of Isaiah but went along with the story that Joseph Smith received direct inspiration from God and it happened to be the exact same wording as the King James version which is what Mormons read as part of the standard works What a coincidence Now that I'm an adult and can think for myself I realize Joseph Smith was the ultimate plagurist taking ideas from the bible the Freemasons and other earlier writings that had the theme of American Indians being descended from the tribe of Israel The Doctrine and Covenants is an extension of this as a way for Smith to tell members of the early church and even his own wife how to live and behave in the guise of devine revelation from God I especially love how when his wife Emma protested the fact that he took a teenage spiritual wife he rebuked her in the Doctrine and Covenants The Pearl of Great Price has been greatly de emphasized in the church because it's been pretty much debunked as scripture when the Egyptian papyrus that Joseph Smith translated had been found and turns out to be Egyptian burial instructions Now that there's so much info out there about all of this it makes me wonder how members of the church can still have so much blind faith

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The Book of Mormon Doctrine and Covenants the Pearl of Great PriceHets presidents of the Church mostly pertaining to the present day The Pearl of Great Price contains the translations by Joseph Smith Jr of some ancient papyri that give us writings of Abraham Mosesextracts from Joseph's translation of Matthewa portion of. The Book of Mormon How does this book make a list as a recommend Fiction cloaked as truth And we wonder at our politics The emperor is nudeIf you are looking at it for literary purpose it had over 5000 grammatical errors The book of Isaiah is plagiarized right down to the italics in the King James Yes God must speak King James As for accuracy where Isaiah is plagiarized I am sure it is accurate Watch for context errors There are some serious errors though ie Jesus was born in Jerusalem Try Bethlehem For an author that was transcribing truth this books data has no foundation Not backed by archeology history or geography Just a warm fuzzy feeling I personally recommend Tums a lack of truth cloaked as truth gives me indigestion For those who seek truth this one blares out its error If you have the time to read it and then go and research the possibility of steel existing in 400 AD in the America’s and then twist your mind to believe that you may be a candidate to enjoy this book Look to the Smithsonian to see if archeology gives any proofs to this book’s claim So many errors so many things are just flat inaccurate and not possible for the date it was supposed to have happenedFor me it is like watching a lunar landing on a television during the era of the Revolutionary War well except that was only 200 years apart This books errors date over millenniums not centennials FYI part of Nehemiah’s wall still stands in Jerusalem That was over 2700 years ago The Western Wall of the Temple stands 2000 years agoTruth has a way of standing The Pearl of Great Price PleaseThe original document was an Egyptian papyri on how they buried their dead It had nothing to do with the Book of Abraham A complete embarrassment to the Mormon Church that had believed black people were cursed Retracted after they found the original Papyri The fact that they keep the bookwell that speaks volumes