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Plates of Gold - The Book of Mormon Comes Forth

Plates of Gold - The Book of Mormon Comes Forth

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Published by Covenant Communication .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatAudio Cassette
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Open LibraryOL12374368M
ISBN 101591563712
ISBN 109781591563716
OCLC/WorldCa54037237

Why do you ask about the Gold Plate? Is it because it has Gold in front of it. The Precious metal that the world will go for even to the extent of penning the rivers and streams to find it’s course of origin whether that gold plate was really gold. According to the Book of Mormon, the plates of Nephi, consisting of the large plates of Nephi and the small plates of Nephi, are a portion of the collection of inscribed metal plates which make up the record of the Nephites. This record was later abridged by Mormon and inscribed onto gold plates from which Joseph Smith translated the Book of Mormon after an angel revealed to him the location where the .

Joseph Smith claimed that the Book of Mormon is his translation of an ancient book written on gold plates that he found buried in a hill. Language The language on the plates is called Reformed Egyptian: an unknown language. Dimensions According to Joseph, the book was 6" x 8" x 6" and each plate was thinner than "common tin". Such was the condition of the plates, from which came the book of Mormon. As may be seen by an allusion in the book of Ether, all that was on them is not translated; wherefore, as they are sacred, when the book of Mormon was translated from them, they were again hid up to the Lord, to come forth again in his own due time.”.

The abridgments, quotations, and original writings of those Book of Mormon historians are displayed on the left-hand and middle columns of this chart and are then shown in relation to the new set of plates produced by Mormon and Moroni that was delivered to Joseph Smith by the angel Moroni.   Attacks against the Book of Mormon have experienced a kind of “mission creep” since its publication in Critics began by labeling the book “bungling and stupid,” Joe Smith a “perfect ignoramus,” and they claimed “any blunderhead, with the Bible at his side, might have written [it]” As Church membership mushroomed, and it became clear the Book of Mormon is pretty.


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Plates of Gold: The Book of Mormon Comes Forth Audio CD – January 1, by Matthew B. Brown (Author)/5(4). Intriguing and insightful, Plates of Gold: The Book of Mormon Comes Forth presents a sharpened picture of an important segment of LDS history.

Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App/5(4). Plates of Gold: The Book of Mormon Comes Forth by Matthew B. Brown Plates of Gold book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Most Latter-day Saints know the essential story of the coming forth of the /5.

Plates of Gold: The Book of Mormon Comes Forth - Deseret Book Most Latter-day Saints know the essential story of the coming forth of the Book of Mormon, but there are scores of fascinating details of the saga that are /5(2). The coming forth of the Book of Mormon began long before Joseph Smith received the gold plates from the hands of the angel Moroni.

Prophets of old prophesied about this sacred book’s advent in our day. 5 Isaiah spoke of a sealed book, that when it would. Plates of gold: the Book of Mormon comes forth. [Matthew B Brown; David Walker] -- Matthew B.

Brown connects many little-known historical fragments with more familiar accounts of the essential story of the Books of Mormon to present the most complete narrative to date on the. Intriguing and insightful, Plates of Gold: The Book of Mormon Comes Forth presents a sharpened picture of an important segment of LDS history and how the Book of Mormon came 5/5(2).

Golden Plates to Book of Mormon The angel Moroni showed Joseph Smith where to find the golden plates. They were buried in the Hill Cumorah.

Four years later, Joseph and his wife, Emma, went in a wagon to get the plates. “The Book of Mormon is the keystone in our witness of Jesus Christ. It bears witness of His reality with clarity.

Its testimony of the Master is clear, undiluted, and full of power. It helps us draw nearer to God. It is not just that [it] teaches us truth, there is something more. The plates of Mormon, which, except for the sealed portion, were subsequently translated by Joseph Smith, are known today as the gold plates.

The present English Book of Mormon, however, is not simply a translation of all those gold plates. The Book of Mormon was translated from the unsealed portion of the Gold Plates, but there was at least one other book contained within a sealed portion of the Gold Plates that was not translated.

The “book” is made of a set of twelve metal plates, each measuring six inches (15 cm) in width, eight inches (20 cm) in length approximately half an inch ( centimeter) in thickness. The plates are made of a copper-gold alloy and are held together by three D-shaped rings, forming a sort of book.

The story of the gold plates is an absolutely essential part of the Mormon narrative, for in the eyes of many Latter-day Saints, the coming forth of this record, and its subsequent translation into the Book of Mormon, legitimizes their belief that Smith was indeed a prophet sent by God to restore the true Christian faith lost long ago due to a “great apostasy.”.

According to Latter Day Saint belief, the golden plates (also called the gold plates or in some 19th-century literature, the golden bible) are the source from which Joseph Smith said he translated the Book of Mormon, a sacred text of the faith.

The Gold Plates Like the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Nag Hammadi Library, The Book of Mormon was stored away for over a millennia. To make sure the record would not deteriorate over time, the record keepers used gold or an alloy of gold to engrave their writings upon.

The teachings were etched on gold plates in an ancient reformed Egyptian language and later translated by Joseph Smith into English as the Book of Mormon.

The text of the Book of Mormon itself refers to Nephi’s seeking “ore” from which to make his plates. Metal ore usually has a mixture of various metals in it. Gold and silver are often mixed together in an alloy called electrum. Logically, the Book of Mormon plates could have been composed of these two metals.

The Book of Mormon Has Come Forth (Bonnie Hart Murray) The Book of Mormon has come forth From precious plates of gold. The records, hidden long ago, An ancient story told. A tale of mighty nations A message of great worth.

The gospel in its fullness now Rolls forth to fill the earth. The Book of Mormon teaches truth From prophets wise and just–. The Gold Plates were a combination of records.

My intent in writing a blog is to introduce sincere investigators to the Book of Mormon. I want to help others learn about the Book of Mormon. I hope my readers will begin to read the Book of Mormon on their own and use this blog to help them in understanding it.

On that trunk lay a Book of Mormon and gold plates, Laban’s sword, Aaron’s breastplate.” Brigham Young gave a somewhat similar, second-hand account on J Oliver Cowdery went with the Prophet Joseph when he deposited these plates.

In all of the Prophet Joseph Smith’s accounts regarding the translation of the Book of Mormon, he never varied from his narrative that the gold plates were translated by the gift and power of God, using the Urim and Thummim.the Sealed Plates The Book of Mormon mentions other sacred writings to come forth in the end times from a hidden vault in Hill Cumorah (Cerro Rabon) in Mexico.

These include the Large Plates of Nephi abridged by Mormon, the 24 Gold Plates abridged by Moroni, and the Plates of Brass quoted from in The Book of Mormon.Unfortunately the supposed gold plates Joseph Smith used to channel the Book of Mormon from have never been found since he returned them to the Angel Moroni.

According to Wikipedia "After translation was complete, Smith said he returned the plates to the angel, but he did not elaborate about this experience. According to accounts by several early Mormons, a group of Mormon leaders, including .