Could You Write a Book Comparable to the Book of Mormon

by Cory Baker
Publisher: iUniverse
Release Date: 2018-12-20
Genre: Religion
Pages: 100 pages
ISBN 13: 1532064055
ISBN 10: 9781532064050
Format: PDF, ePUB, MOBI, Audiobooks, Kindle
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Writing a 588-page book of your own creation would be a hard task to complete in 85 days, especially one as complex, consistent, original, historical, accurate, and profound as the Book of Mormon. When you read Could You Write a Book Comparable to the Book of Mormon?, your mind will be opened to the many challenges that Joseph Smith would have faced in writing this intricate book, if he was indeed the author. It is my hope that you will be left with no other conclusion than the Book of Mormon was translated by divine intervention, that no man could have invented such a book under those conditions, and that Joseph Smith truly was chosen by God to translate this ancient book of scripture.
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