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|Title||I Have a Question: Why is the Book of Mormon the ‘most correct book,’ and how does it contain the fulness of the gospel?|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1976|
|Authors||Nyman, Monte S.|
|Date Published||September 1976|
|Keywords||Atonement; Baptism; Faith; Fulness of the Gospel; Gift of the Holy Ghost; Most Correct Book; Ordinance; Repentance|
The Book of Mormon is the “most correct book.” This is not to be understood as “perfect.” The words “correct” and “perfect” are not necessarily synonymous. The book is correct in far greater ways than in grammar, spelling, punctuation, and so on. It speaks of restored doctrines of the gospel, faith, repentance, the Atonement, baptism, and the Holy Ghost. These are the saving principles and ordinances that bring one back into the presence of the Father.
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