Textual Criticism
Excerpt from the Printer’s Manuscript via The Interpreter Foundation
KnoWhy #490
“Wherefore, when we write we behold our weakness, and stumble because of the placing of our words; and I fear lest the Gentiles shall mock at our words.”
Ether 12:25
2 Nephi 31 by Jorge Cocco
KnoWhy #304
“And according to … the word of the angel of God, his name should be Jesus Christ the Son of God.”
2 Nephi 25:19
Translation setting in the restored home of Joseph and Emma Smith via Church History Website
KnoWhy #273
"For behold, I am God; and I am a God of miracles; and I will show unto the world that I am the same yesterday, today, and forever."
2 Nephi 27:23
The Battle with Zeniff by James Fullmer.
KnoWhy #109
“Now the people of Amlici were distinguished by the name of Amlici, being called Amlicites”
Alma 2:11
A 21st century artistic representation of the Golden Plates, Urim and Thummim, Sword of Laban, and Liahona. Image via Wikipedia.
KnoWhy #99
“And now Limhi was again filled with joy on learning from the mouth of Ammon that king Benjamin had a gift from God whereby he could interpret such engravings”
Mosiah 21:28, 1830 edition of the Book of Mormon
Image by Anthony Sweat
KnoWhy #39
“And now I write some of the words of Isaiah”
2 Nephi 11:8
Editions of the Book of Mormon
KnoWhy #3
"And now if there be fault, it be the mistake of men; wherefore condemn not the things of God"
Book of Mormon Title Page, 1830 Edition