The Book of Mormon
Wiktoria Goroch
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The Book of Mormon. Another Testament of Jesus Christ

The Book of Mormon is a volume of scripture comparable to the Bible. It is a record of God's dealings with the ancient inhabitants of the Americas and contains, as does the Bible, the fullness of the everlasting gospel.

The Book of Mormon has a number of original and distinctive doctrinal discussions on subjects such as the fall of Adam and Eve, the nature of the Atonement, eschatology, redemption from physical and spiritual death, and the organization of the latter-day church. The pivotal event of the book is an appearance of Jesus Christ in the Americas shortly after his resurrection.

List of chapters:
- Title Page
- Introduction
- Testimony of Three Witnesses
- Testimony of Eight Witnesses
- Testimony of the Prophet Joseph Smith
- Brief Explanation
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- The First Book of Nephi
- The Second Book of Nephi
- The Book of Jacob (the Brother of Nephi)
- The Book of Enos
- The Book of Jarom
- The Book of Omni
- The Book of Jacob (the Brother of Nephi)
- The Words of Mormon
- The Book of Mosiah
- The Book of Alma (the Son of Alma)
- The Book of Helaman
- Third Nephi. The Book of Nephi (the Son of Nephi, Who Was the Son of Helaman)
- Fourth Nephi. The Book of Nephi (Who Is the Son of Nephi—One of the Disciples of Jesus Christ)
- The Book of Mormon
- The Book of Ether
- The Book of Moroni

The Book of Mormon is a sacred text of the Latter Day Saint movement, which adherents believe contains writings of ancient prophets who lived on the American continent from approximately 2200 BC to AD 421. It was first published in March 1830 by Joseph Smith as The Book of Mormon: An Account Written by the Hand of Mormon upon Plates Taken from the Plates of Nephi.

According to Smith's account and the book's narrative, the Book of Mormon was originally written in otherwise unknown characters referred to as "reformed Egyptian" engraved on golden plates. Smith said that the last prophet to contribute to the book, a man named Moroni, buried it in a hill in present-day New York and then returned to earth in 1827 as an angel, revealing the location of the book to Smith and instructing him to translate it as evidence of the restoration of Christ's true church in the latter days. Critics state that it was fabricated by Smith, drawing on material and ideas from modern works rather than translating an ancient record.

The Book of Mormon is the earliest of the unique writings of the Latter Day Saint movement, the denominations of which typically regard the text not only as scripture but also as a historical record of God's dealings with the ancient inhabitants of the Americas. The Book of Mormon is divided into smaller books, titled after the individuals named as primary authors and, in most versions, divided into chapters and verses. It is written in English very similar to the Early Modern English linguistic style of the King James Version of the Bible, and has since been fully or partially translated into 108 languages.

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