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|Title||From Jerusalem to Zarahemla: Literary and Historical Studies of the Book of Mormon|
|Year of Publication||1998|
|Authors||S. Kent Brown|
|Number of Pages||198|
|Publisher||Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University|
|Keywords||Book of Mormon; Jerusalem; Old Testament; Parallels; Zarahemla|
While recognizing the importance of that “marvelous work,” the Book of Mormon, are we content to read and reread it for its story line and its inherent spiritual power, without much more than a surface involvement? In this publication a reader can enjoy that scripture at higher levels of understanding as he brings into play Old Testament references, Book of Mormon parallels with that record, intriguing observations, and convincing inferences—all based on profound study. The result is not only a book of great interest but also a more sound and more expansive knowledge of the scripture itself.
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Table of Contents
- What Were Those Sacrifices Offered by Lehi?
- What Is Isaiah Doing in First Nephi? Or, How Did Lehi's Family Fare so Far from Home?
- Recovering the Missing Record of Lehi
- Sojourn, Dwell, and Stay: Terms of Servitude
- The Exodus Pattern of the Book of Mormon
- Marriage and Treaty in the Book of Mormon: The Case of the Abducted Lamanite Daughters
- Alma's Conversion: Reminiscences in His Sermons
- The Prophetic Laments of Samuel the Lamanite
- When Did Jesus Visit the Americas?
- Moses and Jesus: The Old Adorns the New