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|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1993|
|Authors||Hinckley, Gordon B.|
|Date Published||November 1993|
|Keywords||Historicity; Joseph Smith; Spaulding Manuscript; Testimony; View of the Hebrews|
Reiterates testimony that Joseph Smith is a prophet, that he conversed with God the Father and Jesus Christ, his Son, and that the Book of Mormon was written by ancient prophets and not by a young farm boy from New York. The complex and harmonious nature of the Book of Mormon does not resemble the Spaulding manuscript or the View of the Hebrews from which opponents of the Church say it is taken.
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