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|Title||The Book of Mormon: Fourth Nephi Through Moroni, From Zion to Destruction|
|Year of Publication||1995|
|Series Editor||Nyman, Monte S., and Charles D. Tate, Jr.|
|Series Title||The Book of Mormon Symposium Series|
|Number of Pages||374|
|Publisher||Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University|
|Keywords||4 Nephi; Destruction; Ether; Mormon; Moroni; Wickedness; Zion|
As the final installment in the book of Mormon Symposium series, this volume examines the last four books of the Nephite record: 4 Nephi, Mormon, Ether, and Moroni. Perhaps more than any other part in the Book of Mormon, this section powerfully portrays the cycle through which the ancient inhabitants of America passed many times—the cycle that took them from righteousness to wickedness, from Zion to destruction. Twenty-five contributors here explore the details of this tragic cycle—as it occurred in both the Nephite and the Jaredite civilizations—and also discuss many related doctrinal and historical issues. Realizing the Book of Mormon’s relevance to our day, the writers further take the opportunity to point out the many modern applications.
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