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A Study of Book of Mormon Texts I (cont.)
|Title||A Study of Book of Mormon Texts I (cont.)|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1923|
|Date Published||August 1923|
|Keywords||Authenticity; Etymology; Hebraisms; Language; Language - Hebrew; Textual Analysis|
In this series, internal evidences of the Book of Mormon’s authenticity are argued using analysis of words and names used in the book that reflect ancient Hebrew customs, and parallels between the Book of Mormon and American Indian languages. The continuation of the first part covers "oppressive taxation," "corpses thrown into the river," "drinking blood," and the Bible.
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