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Nephite Observance of the Performances and Ordinances of God: Pre-Exilic Israelite Religious Patterns in the Book of Mormon
|Title||Nephite Observance of the Performances and Ordinances of God: Pre-Exilic Israelite Religious Patterns in the Book of Mormon|
|Year of Publication||1997|
|Authors||Thomasson, Gordon C.|
|Keywords||Alma the Younger; Amulek; Burnt Offerings; Feast of Tabernacles; Festivals; Law of Moses; Nephi (Son of Lehi); Ordinance; Passover; Pentecost; Rosh Hashanah; Yom Kippur|
This is a report on the discovery of major pre-exilic Israelite feasts, festivals, holy days, and related religious practices within the Book of Mormon, their implications for study of the text, insights into the continuity of religious practices from pre-exilic to modem times, and the potential contribution of the Book of Mormon to the study of pre-exilic Israelite religion.
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