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|Title||Introduction to a Study of the Book of Mormon: Prepared Especially for Use in the Schools of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints|
|Year of Publication||1914|
|Secondary Authors||Roberts, B.H.|
|Publisher||General Church Board of Education|
|Place Published||Salt Lake City|
|Keywords||Angel Moroni; Book of Mormon; David Whitmer; Early Church History; Eight Witnesses; Joseph Smith; Martin Harris; Oliver Cowdery; Restoration; Three Witnesses; Translation|
The following historical matter written by the Prophet Joseph Smith himself is taken by permission of President Joseph F. Smith from the opening chapters of the History of the Church, Volume I. The explanatory notes and comments are by Elder B. H. Roberts, compiler of the History of the Church. It is republished here, with a brief analysis following each chapter, with a view to facilitating a proper understanding of the Book of Mormon.
The general pedagogic aim is two-fold; first, to create in the hearts of the students a profound sense of admiration, reverence, and love for the Prophet Joseph Smith; and second, to create a desire to know what the Book of Mormon contains.
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