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|Title||I Have a Question: Why were the Book of Mormon gold plates not placed in a museum so that people might know Joseph Smith had them?|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1986|
|Authors||Nyman, Monte S.|
|Date Published||December 1986|
|Keywords||Evidence; Faith; Gold Plates|
Asserts that the golden plates were never made available for public view for two reasons: (1) the Lord did not want the plates—with their impressive monetary value—to be used for personal or commercial gain, and (2) to test the faith of those who receive the record.
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