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Since Cumorah: New Voices from the Dust, Part III. Secrecy in the Primitive Church
|Title||Since Cumorah: New Voices from the Dust, Part III. Secrecy in the Primitive Church|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1965|
|Authors||Nibley, Hugh W.|
|Pagination||308–311, 326, 328–332|
|Date Published||April 1965|
|Keywords||Early Christian History; Early Christianity; Gnosticism; Recordkeeping|
This series argues that the changing attitudes of biblical scholars toward basic questions about scripture allow room for claims made by the Book of Mormon. It discusses external evidences, the primitive church, Lehi, Zenos, the olive tree, and the Dead Sea Scrolls. The seventh part discusses secrecy in the primitive church and the resulting lack of records.
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