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Don Bradley is a writer, editor, and researcher specializing in early Mormon history. Don recently performed an internship with the Joseph Smith Papers Project and is completing his thesis, on the earliest Mormon conceptions of the New Jerusalem, toward an M.A. in History at Utah State University. Gordon serves as President of FairMormon, a. Don Bradley — Joseph Smith's First Vision as Endowment and Epitome of the Gospel of Jesus Christ (or Why I Came Back to the Church) Don Bradley is a genius. I think he may be the best on the planet in terms of familiarity with the source materials of church history and being able to combine data into interesting new insights from a faithful.

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FairMormon has a service where questions can be submitted and they are answered by volunteers. Recently, a friend of mine named Don Bradley posted a Facebook post about Joseph Smith and the First Vision. He has given me permission to include his comments. He emphasizes that he had come to consider Joseph Smith a liar and a fraud While I applaud FairMormon and Don Bradley for reversing decades of Mormon apologetics by finally acknowledging that Joseph Smith did indeed translate a portion of the Kinderhook Plates, it is a stretch - to say the least - that this deconstructed character legitimizes or validates the situation All you have to do is hire guys like Don Bradley to do all the work for you and then you throw the stuff in a nice hardcover book with your name on it. - Author of Letter to a CES Director To see FairMormon's full detailed response, click here

I hope Don spends some time in his book discussing the reasoning given for not re-translating the 116 pages, which in my view, is not very plausible. By the way, interesting side note I did not know until I just looked up Harris' birth date, is that his wife Lucy was his first cousin. 2. Link to comment Don Bradley, Piercing the Veil: Temple Worship in the Lost 116 Pages, FairMormon presentation, 2012, online at fairmormon.org. Robert E. Wells, The Liahona Triad in A Book of Mormon Treasury: Gospel Insights from General Authorities and Religious Educators (Salt Lake City and Provo, UT: Deseret Book and Religious Studies Center. And so FairMormon has embraced a new approach in its This Is the Show video series (meant as a play on the iconic this is the place statement reportedly proclaimed by pioneer-prophet. Don Bradley completed an internship with the Joseph Smith Papers Project and a Master's degree in History at Utah State University. He is the author of The Lost 116 Pages: Reconstructing the Book of Mormon's Lost Stories , published by Greg Kofford Books, and was also the primary researcher for the Joseph Smith's Polygamy series by Brian.

Don Bradley, Joseph Smith's First Vision as Endowment and Epitome of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, presented at 2019 FairMormon Conference, online at fairmormon.org. Stephen O. Smoot, The Divine Council in the Hebrew Bible and the Book of Mormon, Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture (2017): 155-180 FairMormon Conference Podcast #40 - Don Bradley, Joseph Smith's First Vision as Endowment and Epitome of the Gospel of Jesus Christ (or Why I Came Back to the Church) from Latter-day Saint FAIR-Cast on Podchaser, aired Monday, 9th September 2019. This podcast series features past FairMormon Conf

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Don Bradley, Piercing the Veil: Temple Worship in the Lost 116 Pages, FairMormon presentation, 2012, on-line at fairmormon.org. Robert E. Wells, The Liahona Triad inA Book of Mormon Treasury: Gospel Insights from General Au-thorities and Religious Educators (Salt Lake City and Provo, UT: Deseret Book and Religious Studies Center Don Bradley brought this to the attention of Bill Reel on his facebook page. You can think it was a bad move on FairMormon's part or whatever, but your analysis of their motivations is incorrect. The timeline doesn't support it For well over a century critics and apologists (LDS defenders) have sparred over this issue. Then in 2012, at a FairMormon conference, LDS historian Don Bradley shared some much-needed light on the issue. Joseph was always inquisitive. His early questions led to seeking an answer about which church to join

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http://www.fairmormon.org PDF Nephite Temple Worship Compared to Israelite Texts The following is a portion of an article by Don Bradley entitled Piercing the Veil: Temple Worship in the Lost 116 Pages. This was a presentation given at the FairMormon Conference in 2012. Don's position is that the Nephites worked to replicateContinue Readin Don Bradley's new book, The Lost 116 Pages, is exceptional. He has done an outstanding job accumulating and explaining what we know about the translated pages Martin Harris lost from the original Book of Mormon.This week I'm going to discuss several aspects of the book and offer some additional thoughts on specific topics. In importan Interesting to see Brian Hales' website linked there. He and Don Bradley have done a massive work in putting together as many original sources as possible. I suspect we'll have a decade or so where Brian's particular spin on that history dominates, followed by more holistic interpretations as time progresses

The FairMormon wiki has some extensive resources addressing pretty much every criticism of polygamy that you can think of (see here, here, and here). I'll conclude with the example of Don Bradley, whom I mentioned earlier, to illustrate my point Don Bradley, The Lost 116 Pages: Reconstruction the Book of Mormon's Missing Stories (Salt Lake City, UT: Greg Kofford Books, 2019). Citations of the book will appear in the body of my review. Don Bradley, American Proto-Zionism and the 'Book of Lehi': Recontextualizing the Rise of Mormonism, (M.A. Thesis, Utah State University, 2018)

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In fact, Bradley uses other records, such as the time of translation and amount of material covered, to estimate that it may have been closer to 300 pages! Part 2: The stories we might be missing. To reconstruct what may have been in these lost pages, Bradley notices the many parallels between Book of Mormon and Bible stories Although we don't know how many of the sacred Nephite relics were stored in this stone box, we know for certain that it at least held the breastplate and the Nephite interpreters. For a discussion of these artifacts, see Don Bradley, Piercing the Veil: Temple Worship in the Lost 116 Pages , FairMormon presentation, 2012, online at. Mormon FAIR-Cast 160b: Don Bradley and Dan Peterson Taking Questionsby SteveDensleyJr on July 30th, 2013 Joseph Smith Scholar Don Bradley and Dr. Dan Peterson take calls on K-Talk radio and answer a wide variety of questions in this interview that took place on July 25, 2013 on Drive Time Live with Mills Cre - Latter-day Saint Blogs is a portal for mainstream blogs about The Church of Jesus.

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Keeping the Faith 5a: Don Bradley-Seeing with an eye of faith, pt 1, Don Bradley, 1:22:46. Keeping the Faith 5b: Don Bradley-Seeing with an eye of faith, pt 2, Don Bradley, 1:19:34. Keeping the Faith 5c: Don Bradley-Seeing with an eye of faith, pt 3, Don Bradley, 1:26:24. Keeping the Faith 5d: Don Bradley-Seeing with an eye of faith, pt. Don Bradley. 4.8 out of 5 stars FairMormon Harper's treatment in First Vision is excellent. He demonstrates an obvious command of the primary sources and secondary literature, and writes with clarity and coherence. -- Ploni Almoni,. Don Bradley. 4.7 out of 5 stars FairMormon No other source contains in one volume such a comprehensive view of all the relevant documents to the coming forth of the Book of Mormon. Larry E. Morris has provided an invaluable resource for researchers and interested parties 16 See further Givens, Wrestling the Angel, 72-73, 89-95; Don Bradley, Joseph Smith's First Vision as Endowment and Epitome of the Gospel of Jesus Christ (or Why I Came Back to the Church), delivered at the 2019 FairMormon Conference The 2019 FairMormon conference will be held at the Utah Valley Convention Center, in Provo, Utah, on 7-9 August. That's slightly less than. Don Bradley, Joseph Smith's.

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I draw upon new information from Don Bradley's 2011 FAIR presentation on my chapter regarding the Kinderhook Plates, and I've also added a new chapter on Race & the Church. What the two books have in common are what they attempt to achieve and the fact that they are both divided into two major sections I agree with Don Bradley that the First Vision might be best understood with accounts of other prophetic instances of heavenly ascent as background. To illustrate the difference between heavenly and ritual ascent in ancient Jewish tradition, scholar Amy Elizabeth Paulsen-Reed contrasts two pseudepigraphal texts, the Apocalypse of Abraham and. Some professors teach that Noah's flood is a probably a myth, (Stephen O. Smoot) and apologetics professors from Book of Mormon Central, The Interpreter, FairMormon, Meridian Magazine, More Good Foundation and others say they are neutral on the geography of the Book of Mormon, yet the are not neutral. They say they are neutral because The.

THE SPEAKER: Don Bradley is a writer, editor, and researcher specializing in early Mormon history. Don recently performed an internship with the Joseph Smith Papers Project and is completing his thesis, on the earliest Mormon conceptions of the New Jerusalem, toward an M.A. in History at Utah State University Don Bradley, The Grand Fundamental Principles of Mormonism: Joseph Smith's Unfinished Reformation, Sunstone (April 2006): 35-36. Brené Brown, Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead (New York: Gotham Books, 2012), 34 This is an interesting question addressed by Don Bradley in an article I strongly recommend: Piercing the Veil: Temple Worship in the Lost 116 Pages, FAIRMormon.com, 2012. He asks: He asks: How was it even possible for the Nephites to observe the Mosaic rituals without the Levitical priesthood, the Aaronite high priest, and the Ark of the. The Interpreter Foundation, with support from FAIR and Book of Mormon Central, has created a new website to highlight the experiences of witnesses of the truthfulness of the Book of Mormon.It can be found at WitnessesoftheBookofMormon.org.This website is being created as a resource for people studying Church history and the Doctrine and Covenants this year, and for years to come

I'm very looking forward to Don Bradley's book. Dogberry . December 21, 2015 at 1:35 pm . Ben, I am happy you added a link to Skousen's Earliest Text, which some readers have found useful. Instead of placing it where it is in your posting I would promote it. And I think it deserves which is an extremely important and highly. An Interview with Don Bradley The loss of the original 116 pages of the Book of Mormon manuscript is often laid at the feet of Lucy Harris. But it's possible—even likely—that she was innocent. Jaxon Washburn talks with Don Bradley about this traumatic incident in early Mormon history. Listen to this episode here Sunstone is a magazine published by the Sunstone Education Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, that discusses Mormonism through scholarship, art, short fiction, and poetry

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  1. In his excellent 2011 FAIR Mormon presentation, Don Bradley effectively neutralized the Kinderhook Plates argument against Joseph Smith. I invite the reader to view his presentation, because it provides a great deal of relevant background information. Bradley used the following visual to illustrate the similarity between William Clayton's description of Joseph Smith's alleged translation of.
  2. Griffin, you are asking a version of the same question that has been asked numerous times on Quora. Let me summarize the answers I have given in the past: * Joseph Smith never claimed to be capable of translating Egyptian. He always claimed he tra..
  3. Here are 5 fascinating facts about Latter-day Saints and Masons. 1. The first five Latter-day prophets were Freemasons. Joseph Smith, Brigham Young, John Taylor, Wilford Woodruff, and Lorenzo Snow all were members of the fraternity. All joined while living with the Saints in Nauvoo
  4. By Neylan McBaine Men need to read this book as much as the women. — The Exponent This book gives me a lot of reasons for hope. — FairMormon A fuller personification of the expansive LDS doctrine of women's potential. — Mormon Times A monumental piece of work that comes at a time when it is sorely needed. — This Week in Mormons Read it yourself, then give a.
  5. This is a jaw-dropping treatise on the First Vision as a prelude to the Endowment and as a pattern of the entire Gospel, presented at the 2019 FAIR Mormon Conference by historian Don Bradley. Don had left the Church but then returned when he studied the First Vision in order to prove that it was a fake. I highly recommend it
  6. Matthew B. Brown: In Memoriam. Matt Brown died earlier today. He was, I believe, 46 years old. Matt was born in Portland in 1964. He served a mission in Spokane, Washington, and later earned a B.A. in history from BYU. He became an incredibly prolific author of works on Mormonism, mostly through Covenant Communications

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Faith Help. Below are resources to assist Latter-Day Saints through a faith transition. Books. Help Thou Mine Unbelief - by: Nancy Phippen Browne. The Crucible of Doubt by: Terryl and Fiona Givens. Shaken Faith Syndrome - by: Michael Ash. Rough Stone Rolling - by: Richard Bushman. Letters To a Young Mormon. Mary reports that Scandinavia — the most secular region in the world — has both little faith and few families. 40-50% of homes have a single occupant. And these are not all widows and widowers. Few are marrying. Faith and family formation seems to go hand in hand. Mary disputes the notion of believers vs unbelievers Blood, Visions, and Prophecy: King Benjamin's Polemic Against Maya Kingship. on April 12, 2020. Book of Mormon + 6 Book of Mormon Authenticity Book of Mormon Geography Come Follow Me King Benjamin Kingship Maya Mesoamerican Mosiah 2 Mosiah 3 Based on these descriptions, those with metallurgical . expertise have suggested that the plates were made of a gold-copper alloy called tumbaga, which was well Brian C. Hales and Don Bradley, Joseph Smith's Polygamy, (Salt Lake City, Utah: Greg Kofford Books, 2013). Volumes 1, 2, 3. Presentations: Another Interview with Brian Hales and Greg Smith on polygamy at the FAIR Examination

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Below are resources to assist Latter-Day Saints through a faith transition Books Help Thou Mine Unbelief - by: Nancy Phippen Browne The Crucible of Doubt by: Terryl and Fiona Givens Shaken Faith Syndrome - by: Michael Ash Rough Stone Rolling - by: Richard Bushman Letters To a Young Mormon - by: Adam Miller For Those [ Below are resources to assist Latter-Day Saints through a faith transition Books Help Thou Mine Unbelief - by: Nancy Phippen Browne The Crucible of Doubt by: Terryl and Fiona Givens Shaken Faith Syndrome - by: Michael Ash Rough Stone Rolling - by: Richard Bushman Letters To a Young Mormon - by: Adam Miller For Those Continue reading Faith Hel Below are resources to assist Latter-Day Saints through a faith transition. Books Help Thou Mine Unbelief - by: Nancy Phippen Browne The Crucible of Doubt by: Terryl and Fiona Givens Shaken Faith Syndrome - by: Michael Ash Rough Stone Rolling - by: Richard Bushman Letters To a Young Mormon - by: Adam Miller For Those Who Wonder - by: Jeff Burto Love him or hate him, Kanye West is back with a new album and new religion. In this episode on Small Talk with the Lys, we firs. 01:10:55. November 5, 2019. Ep. 12 We Discuss Serial Killers. Happy Halloween! In this episode, we talk about the symbolism/origins of Halloween based on Jonathan Pageau' FairMormon Conference Podcast #55 - John W. & Jeannie Welch, Parables of Jesus Revealing the Plan of Salvation 44:51 Listen to Latter-day Saint FAIR-Cast now

Ben: When people bring up Mormon Doctrine, or Man, His Origin and Destiny, I tend to point to President McKay because President McKay on several occasions was very friendly to evolution.Then in 1965, in general conference, David O. McKay quotes him on that point.Now he doesn't read him at all, but he says, Here's a scientist I've been reading who talks about a man's conscience That also seems consistent with the brief description of the ancient Jaredite interpreters that the Nephites had apparently received (a topic for discussion later, but see Don Bradley's excellent book on the 116 lost pages of the Book of Mormon), said to comprise two stones which were fastened into the two rims of a bow (Mosiah 28:13). Based. Translations in context of Kinderhook in English-Spanish from Reverso Context: Forgeries related to Mormonism/Joseph Smith and the Kinderhook Plate

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Review of Producing Ancient Scripture: Joseph Smith's Translation Projects in the Development of Mormon Christianity, edited by Michael Hubbard MacKay, Mark Ashurst-McGee, and Brian M. Hauglid (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 2020). 544 pages with index. Hardback, $70. Paperback $45, eBook $40. [Page 257] Abstract: Producing Ancient Scripture is a collection of sixteen detailed. Bioshock Infinite can make you feel uncomfortable. - Kevin VanOrd. So will 2020. We talk about civic religion in the video game Bioshock Infinite and how it relates to the apotheosis of Christopher Columbus and racism in the church The Book of Mormon is a religious text of the Latter Day Saint movement, which, according to Latter Day Saint theology, contains writings of ancient prophets who lived on the American continent from approximately 2200 BC to AD 421. It was first published in March 1830 by Joseph Smith as The Book of Mormon: An Account Written by the Hand of Mormon upon Plates Taken from the Plates of Nephi Don Bradley is one of my favorite authors and historians regarding Mormon history. He writes clearly, and understands the difficulties that are in Mormon history. He also talks about how his views of Joseph Smith have changed. He once viewed Joseph as a man who simply wanted money, sex, and power This is an interesting question addressed by Don Bradley in Piercing the Veil: Temple Worship in the Lost 116 Pages, FAIRMormon.com, 2012: How was it even possible for the Nephites to observe the Mosaic rituals without the Levitical priesthood, the Aaronite high priest, and the Ark of the Covenant

If we don't we will weaken our position. Unfortunately, not everyone can adjust to this new material. FairMormon, in contrast, has the following statement published on their website: Bradley and Caleb Young December 19, 2016 at 9:41 am. Happy Hubby, If we understand right you have a [issue] with the top church leaders because. Don Bradley recently has shown that a non-member later published an account showing Joseph using the GAEL from the Book of Abraham efforts to translate a portion of the Kinderhook Plates From the Ensign in 1981: Kinderhook Plates Brought to Joseph Smith Appear to be a Hoax Fair Mormon 10,260 views. 7:36. KEYNOTE Chris Benek - Duration: Joseph Smith and the Technologies of Seership by Don Bradley - Duration: 16:22. Mormon Transhumanist Association 2,142 views.

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  1. Bradley December 22, 2016 at 9:46 pm. Caleb, I have seen the graph you referred to before on fairmormon. I don't think that the graph really shows what you think it does for two reasons: First, there is no attachment of brides and grooms. In other words, all grooms of a certain age are on the same line, as well as the same for brides. the.
  2. For God's Tool Box Part 1 - regarding panoramic visions, click here. For God's Tool Box Part 2 - regarding losing something, praying about it and then seeing it's location in a visionary experience, click here. God's Tool Box Part 3 though - oh this part 3 is about hearing a voice. A voice that fills you with faith and sometimes.
  3. Christopher Nemelka has published the sealed portion of the Book or Mormon and has also translated the 116 pages of missing manuscript. His website can be found here. John the Beloved and the Three Nephites use him to present their message to the World. Joseph Smith, himself, gave Christopher the Gold Plates so that he could translate the sealed portion of the Book of Mormon
  4. Bradley Nelson's response (inventor of the Emotion Code) is here. His angle is a little different than Ward's. His angle is a little different than Ward's. Where she argues it's always wise to use caution with health practices in general, he boldly says that anyone in the healing profession that makes a promise of healing, miraculous.
  5. That's about it. I haven't seen other memories of what was on those pages - but there are definitely others out there. The aforementioned Don Bradley has promised a book about what was on the 116. It keeps getting pushed back, as I understand it, because people keep sending him new content
  6. JS0596 Bradley, Don, notes from his January 2008 trip to view the D. Michael Quinn Papers, at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale. Original dated January 16, 2008. JS0597 Hales, Brian, to Don Bradley dated January 20, 2008, items from original Quinn Collection notes to focus upon

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Don't Threaten. Threats of harming another person will not be tolerated. Be Truthful. Don't knowingly lie about anyone or anything. Be Nice. No racism, sexism or any sort of -ism that is degrading to another person. Be Proactive. Use the 'Report' link on each comment to let us know of abusive posts. Share with Us Recently, historian Don Bradley has proposed that there may be lingering textual echoes of Book of Lehi content in the current Book of Mormon, as well. These include things like the identity of Aminadi, an ancestor of Amulek, whose appearance in the Book of Mormon is so brief as to imply that Mormon, as narrator, assumed readers would already. Overview of The Kinderhook Plates. In our previous overviews, we have looked at Joseph Smith's translations of the Book of Mormon and Book of Abraham. This overview will cover the Kinderhook Plates, which have been a major point of contention between church apologists and critics. What I want to explore below is not just the history of Joseph. The Mormon History Conspiracy. For generations, the LDS Church has engaged in a well-orchestrated conspiracy to suppress troubling aspects of its history. With the advent of the Internet, however, more and more Mormons are finding these troubling facts and facing a faith crisis. For many, worse than discovering these difficult truths is.

Joseph Smith wrote in his diary on May 1, 1843: I insert fac-similes of the six brass plates found near Kinderhook, in Pike county, Illinois, on April 23, by Mr. Robert Wiley and others, while excavating a large mound. They found a skeleton about six feet from the surface of the earth, which must have stood nine feet high 1410: FAIRMormon Partially Repents, Jeremy Runnells Unleashes Join us now as Anthony Miller and Douglas Stilgoe join me to break down the recent rebranding and partial repenting of FAIRMormon, which includes: 1) taking down the controversial Kwaku / Cardon Ellis / Bradley Witbeck videos that attacked Jeremy Runnells and John Dehlin, 2.

The Kinderhook plates were a set of six small, bell-shaped pieces of brass with strange engravings which were claimed to have been discovered in 1843 in an Indian mound near Kinderhook, Illinois. According to Wilbur Fugate in 1879, the plates were carefully forged by himself and two other men (Bridge Whitten and Robert Wiley) from Kinderhook who were testing the validity of the claims made by. In the latest news on or about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, X-Files star David Duchovny will play a Mormon in the Showtime adaptation of his latest novel; a demographer. 2019 Book of Mormon Central Art Contest: Illuminate the Book of Mormon We are pleased to announce the winners of this year's Book of Mormon Art Contest. First Place The Maidservant of Morianton Tells All by Sheridan Bronson oil painting In Alma 50:30, a female servant flees from the abuse of Morianton, who is on the brink of waging war to wrongfully claim a piece of land in the city of Lehi KnoWhys KnoWhys on Alma 8 KnoWhys on Alma 9 KnoWhys on Alma 10 KnoWhys on Alma 11 KnoWhys on Alma 12 Recommended Resources Learn about the Book of Mormon with verse by verse commentaries from renowned Book of Mormon scholars like John W. Welch and Brant A. Gardner in the ScripturePlus app. Read this week's KnoWhy connected with the Come Follow Me curriculum, and watch a vide

#11 - Orthodoxy tends to like established metaphors and symbols, while heterodoxy tends to look for new metaphors and symbols. As I said, I don't mind the big tent symbolism, in and of itself, but the issue with it becomes establishing just how big that tent needs to be (iow, who gets excluded ultimately) - and that can and does turn to argument and division quite easily. That's the. Joel's monastery was initially founded in the 1970s in Missoula Montana by Joel and other returned LDS missionaries, like me, Gerald Smith. Please return all of your overdue library books According to Don Bradley, both spindles had drawings around them. The first spindle's drawings were probably north, south, east, west. The second spindle had drawings for things they would need: travel to the New World, food, water, etc. (Don Bradley, The Lost 116 Pages) Dear Bish­op and Stake President, I write to you both as my ward and quo­rum lead­ers. I speak for both myself, and my wife, how­ev­er the fol­low­ing let­ter is entire­ly my thoughts and per­son­al strug­gles over the last 18 months. My wife and I are the par­ents of 5 won­der­ful and unique chil­dren and 8 joy­ful grand­chil. Indeed, Don Bradley, who left and then later returned to the church, says in the round table discussion, I am content now to let God be God and I'll be Don. My description may sound as if Welch is arguing for an uncritical approach to faith. I think that is not the case. Her presentation paints a more complex picture than that

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More direct is his short chapter discussing other theories of creation or other ways of looking at Genesis 1. Here is his list: Young Earth Creationism (YEC) - assumes material creation in 7 days with the origin of the cosmos just a few thousand years ago.; Old Earth Creationism - material creation where days is taken to mean eras and the text of Genesis 1 is cloosely correlated to various. The Book of Mormon is a sacred text of the Latter Day Saint movement, which, according to Latter Day Saint theology, contains writings of ancient prophets who lived on the American continent from approximately 2200 BC to AD 421. It was first published in March 1830 by Joseph Smith as The Book of Mormon: An Account Written by the Hand of Mormon upon Plates Taken from the Plates of Nephi

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