The Spectacles, the Stone, the Hat, and the Book: A Twenty-first Century Believer’s View of the Book of Mormon Translation (Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture)

The Spectacles, the Stone, the Hat, and the Book: A Twenty-first Century Believer’s View of the Book of Mormon Translation (Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture)

This essay seeks to examine the Book of Mormon translation method from the perspective of a regular, nonscholarly, believing member in the twenty-first century, by taking into account both what is learned in Church and what can be learned from historical records that are now easily available. What do we know? What should we know? How can a believing Latter-day Saint reconcile apparently conflicting accounts of the translation process? An examination of the historical sources is used to provide u

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One Response to The Spectacles, the Stone, the Hat, and the Book: A Twenty-first Century Believer’s View of the Book of Mormon Translation (Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture)

  1. Anonymous says:
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    Informative Read, October 19, 2013
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    Creatio-exnihilo “Golem” (Alberta, Canada) –

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    This review is from: The Spectacles, the Stone, the Hat, and the Book: A Twenty-first Century Believer’s View of the Book of Mormon Translation (Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture) (Kindle Edition)
    Found this rather interesting. Well written & informative. As more is brought to light in relation to the translation process employed to the Book of Mormon, the deeper appreciation of the meaning-by the Gift & Power of God!

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