Category Archives: Understanding the Book of Mormon

“Understanding the Book of Mormon” reviewed by FARMS

I’ve been wondering how long it would take for my book to be noticed by the professional LDS apologists, and what they would say about it. I just found the review by FARMS today. Here’s the link to FARMS Review … Continue reading

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The Book of Mormon and the Latter-day Saint Witness

In my latest series of posts, I’ve been discussing how the Book of Mormon is used in Mormon life and culture – an expansion of chapter eight of my book Understanding the Book of Mormon. Previously I described the Book … Continue reading

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How Latter-day Saints Use the Book of Mormon

My book, Understanding the Book of Mormon, provides an overview of the content of the Book of Mormon and explores the claims Latter-day Saints make about the book as an ancient record and divine scripture. But chapter eight breaks new … Continue reading

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How the Book of Mormon Functions in LDS Experience

This month I am reposting a series of reflections I wrote that appeared last summer on the Koinonia blog, which explore the multi-faceted relationship Latter-day Saints have with the Book of Mormon. In 2006, Mark D. Thomas presented at paper … Continue reading

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How Latter-day Saints Experience the Book of Mormon

Last summer I wrote a series of blog posts for Koinonia, a blog featuring biblical and theological conversations for the Christian community. I posted the links, but in case you did not take the time to go over to the … Continue reading

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