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|Title||The Book of Mormon and the Message of the Four Gospels|
|Year of Publication||2001|
|Series Editor||Ball, Terry B., and Ray L. Huntington|
|Number of Pages||261|
|Publisher||Religious Studies Center|
|Keywords||Book of Mormon; Gospel; New Testament|
Is the New Testament doctrinally complete? Does God condone anger as the book of Matthew seems to suggest? What does the book of Mormon teach us about the concept of hell as compared to the Bible and the teachings of other Christian faiths? What is the meaning of the word gospel? In this volume, fourteen Latter-day Saint scholars answer these and other questions with a collection of thought-provoking essays. These essays show that the Book of Mormon confirms the truth of the New Testament while offering a more complete understanding of the plan of salvation.
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