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|Title||Testaments: Links between the Book of Mormon and the Hebrew Bible|
|Year of Publication||2003|
|Authors||Bokovoy, David E., and John A. Tvedtnes|
|Number of Pages||232|
|Keywords||Altar; Bible; Clothing; Colophon; Covenant; Death; Dream; Enallage; Hebrew; Hell; Isaiah; Jesus Christ; Joseph of Egypt; King Benjamin; Language; Prayer; Prophet; Repentance; Savior; Superscript; Symbolism; Vision; Wilderness; Wisdom|
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An introduction to several key literary, cultural, linguistic, and religious connections between the Book of Mormon and the Old Testament.
Since 1830, millions of people have read the Book of Mormon and studied its claims for ties with the ancient world. The Book of Mormon begins with references to Jerusalem and the Hebrew Bible. Readers often wonder to what extent the Book of Mormon reflects the literary, cultural, and religious world of ancient Israel. In the book Testaments, these and other issues are carefully addressed in a reader-friendly style. The authors, David E. Bokovoy and John A. Tvedtnes illustrate that the Book of Mormon shares much in common with the Old Testament. These exciting links provide clear evidence that the Book of Mormon and the Hebrew Bible serve as related testaments of the Savior Jesus Christ and his restored gospel.
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