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Christ's Personal Appearance in the Western Hemisphere: The Supreme Message of the Book of Mormon
|Title||Christ's Personal Appearance in the Western Hemisphere: The Supreme Message of the Book of Mormon|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1917|
|Date Published||April 1917|
|Keywords||Mesoamerica; North America; Savior in America; Sermon at the Temple; South America|
The author writes of a monument of Christ erected on the border of Argentina and Chile as a sign of peace between the two nations, and of another monument of Christ, the LDS temple, built in Hawaii. “Those who believe in the Book of Mormon also believe that this group of islands was colonized by certain adventurous people from the mainland of America [Hagoth, Alma 63].” These two monuments have been erected on a land that Christ once visited.
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