The People of the Bible and the Book of Mormon The People of the Bible and the Book of Mormon

The People of the Bible and the Book of Mormon

A Comparative Study

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The people who were written about in the Book of Mormon have forgotten and abandoned their Jewish culture, traditions, and customs. From the time they left Jerusalem, they became New Testament Christians in their ways and actions.


The Torah and the Book of Mormon are different in their writings. The Torah shows a God who delivered them from slavery in Egypt, and eventually brought them to live in Canaan. They were given laws that would help them in the new land and help them remember God. They had a way of life that centered around the Temple in Jerusalem and sacrificial worship.


The Book of Mormon shows a group of people who were from the tribes of Ephraim and Manasseh but called themselves Jews. They left Jerusalem at the urging of God, took several years to reach the sea, built a ship, and sailed to the Americas. Upon their arrival, they began living Christian, rather than Jewish, lives. 

GENRE
Religion et spiritualité
SORTIE
2012
27 mars
LANGUE
EN
Anglais
LONGUEUR
104
Pages
ÉDITIONS
Xlibris
TAILLE
497
Ko

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