In what way is the Book of Mormon still sealed?
What is necessary to unlock these seals?
What is the FARMS contribution to Book of Mormon research?
What are Hebraisms?
What do they tell us about the Book of Mormon translation?
What do they tell us about the original Book of Mormon language?
Do they prove that the Book of Mormon is true?
What is a chiasmus?
What is its significance in the Book of Mormon?
What contribution can it make to our understanding?
What is its value as evidence?
How was the Book of Mormon translated?
Why was the grammar of the 1830 edition so poor?
Why did Joseph copy so much from the King James Bible?
Joseph translated the book into his own words, didn't he?
What is this Nephite / Egyptian connection?
What is the Anthon transcript?
What did Charles Anthon really say to Martin Harris?
Why have researchers never found any examples of reformed Egyptian?
Who were the Jaredites?
Were all of the Jaredites killed?
Was there a Jaredite influence on Nephite culture?
What does a careful reading of 1 Nephi tell us about Lehi?
How does Nephi's description of travel in this wilderness compare to modern knowledge and experience?
Has Bountiful been found?
When they got there, what did they find?
Were there others there?
What's this about horses and elephants?
What were these Brass Plates?
What contribution do they make to the message of the Book of Mormon?
What contribution do they make to our understanding of the Bible?
Why is Isaiah quoted in the Book of Mormon?
Why is Isaiah so hard to read and understand?
How does the Book of Mormon help us understand Isaiah?
Why did Nephi begin chapter 10: "And now I Nephi proceed to give an account . . . of my proceedings"?
Come and learn about Nephi's Masterpiece!
Enos, Jarom, Omni, Amaron, Chemish, Abinadom, and Amaleki.
They wrote so little, yet they said so much about themselves.
Join literature professor and literary critic, Dr. Robert Thomas, as he pears through this literary window and examines their souls.
Dr. John Welch lists 12 characteristics of presentation greatness.
Using an experts criterion, this speech is a masterpiece.
And the message is timeless.
Dr. James E. Faulconer prepares us to delve deeply into Benjamin's discourse.
He shares an experience with a Rabbi who really pondered Genesis.
The complexity of the structure of Benjamin's speech is awesome.
King Benjamin had to write out this sermon for his people.
John Welch's analysis is reproduced here with color highlights added.
Born again is the message of Mosiah!
Why all those flash-backs: each is right where it needs to be!
Another great lesson on the power of chiasmus.
And learn to read chiasmus in Alma 36.
Alma 32 is about faith, and much, much more.
What is the difference between Alma's tree and Lehi's tree?
What is this tree?
You wouldn't expect to use the war chapters as evidence.
But you can!
"What is "the gospel"?
What are the prerequisites to understanding its necessity?
When the Nephites taught the gospel, where did they start?
"What is the purpose of life? What is it all about?
What is the Big Picture?
Why does God care?
"Wherefore, by the words of three, God hath said, I will establish my word.
Nevertheless, God sendeth more witnesses, and he proveth all his words."
This is the law of witnesses.
And there are many witnesses!