|Statement||by Wesley M. Jones.|
|LC Classifications||BX8627 .J6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||99|
|LC Control Number||65001851|
Book of Mormon/Authorship theories/View of the Hebrews/CriticalSources. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Jones, Wesley M. Critical study of Book of Mormon sources. Detroit, Harlo Press, (DLC) (OCoLC) an analysis of what is known and what can be surmised about the timing of events during these three most prolific months in the history of the Book of Mormon, see John W. Welch, “Timing the Translation of the Book of Mormon: ‘Days [and Hours] Never to be Forgotten,’” BYU Studies Quarte no. 4 (): 10− The word count for the Book of Mormon is , words, and the. The FARMS Book of Mormon Critical Text is an important beginning; having the text before us with editorial decisions already made permits us to evaluate these editorial decisions and consider alternative ways of representing the critical text. But as in all critical editions of important documents, the first edition is in many respects preliminary.
Computerized comparisons of these 19 textual sources will allow us to make a detailed study of the textual history of the Book of Mormon. This project began in May and will probably take another three years to complete the task of producing the critical text itself. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jones, Wesley M. Critical study of Book of Mormon sources. Detroit, Harlo Press, (OCoLC) Regardless of how the Book of Mormon as a whole is explained, it is really beyond reasonable doubt that a major source used in the Book of Mormon is the KJV. This includes both the many chapters duplicated whole or in large part and the many shorter statements in the Book of Mormon that parallel or allude to statements in the Bible. Critics of the Book of Mormon have claimed that a variety of linguistic anachronisms exist in it which cast doubt upon its historical authenticity. Linguistic anachronisms in the Book of Mormon are words that represent concepts that are not believed to have existed in the Americas between B.C. and A.D. , or in the Jewish world of Lehi's time—the period of history covered by the.
The primary source upon which this criticism is based originates with Roberts' manuscripts detailing his critical study of the Book of Mormon, which was published under the title Studies of the Book of Mormon years after his death. I use this book to prepare for Gospel Doctrine. The hard copy is very useful and I recommend it. The Kindle version does not contain the text of the Book of Mormon nor are there icons to be found to "indicate where additional information may be accessed from within the eBook" Perhaps a different format other than Kindle will work, but Kindle on an iPad or on a PC certainly will not/5. The opponents of the historicity of the Book of Mormon must prove that the people whose religious life it records did not live anywhere in the Americas. Another way of explaining the strength of the positive position on the historicity of the Book of Mormon is to point out that we who are its proponents are content with a standoff on this question. Sjodahl, Janne M. Ann Introduction to the Study of the Book of Mormon. Salt Lake City, Sorenson, John L. An Ancient American Setting for the Book of Mormon. Salt Lake City, Skousen, Royal. "Towards a Critical Edition of the Book of Mormon." BYU Studies 30 (Winter ) Sperry, Sidney B. Book of Mormon Compendium. Salt Lake.