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“Evidence of Things Not Seen”
|Title||“Evidence of Things Not Seen”|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1978|
|Authors||Petersen, Mark E.|
|Date Published||May 1978|
|Keywords||Angel Moroni; Evidence; Faith; Historicity; Prophet; Smith, Joseph, Jr.|
The Bible was never considered to be all of the word of God—the Book of Mormon is necessary. The Book of Mormon and modern-day prophets add new and valuable scripture that is designed to protect the Church from false teachings. The Book of Mormon is “tangible evidence of both the seen and the unseen,” and the only plausible explanation for its origin is that Moroni delivered the plates to Joseph Smith.
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