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Glad Tidings from Cumorah: Interpreting the Book of Mormon through the Eyes of Someone in Hell
TitleGlad Tidings from Cumorah: Interpreting the Book of Mormon through the Eyes of Someone in Hell
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2021
AuthorsFotheringham, Steven C.
JournalInterpreter: A Journal of Latter-day Saint Faith and Scholarship
Volume46
Pagination101-130
KeywordsPlan of Salvation; Salvation; Spirit World
Abstract

This article offers evidence that at least some Book of Mormon authors may have understood the potential for post-mortal preaching of the gospel. Indeed, they may have recognized that the future Book of Mormon would be a tool to spread the gospel not only among the living but also among those in the spirit world. Prophecies about the message of the Book of Mormon and the restored gospel being for all mankind may have broader scope than previously recognized, with application on both sides of the veil.

URLhttps://journal.interpreterfoundation.org/glad-tidings-from-cumorah-interpreting-the-book-of-mormon-through-the-eyes-of-someone-in-hell/

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