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Joseph Smith’s Fingerprints on the Book of Mormon [RFM Sunday School: 013]

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Welcome, curious minds, to another riveting episode of Radio Free Mormon Sunday School! I’m RFM, your intrepid guide through the depths of scripture study. Today, we’re delving into the fifteenth week of the “Come, Follow Me” curriculum for the Book of Mormon in 2024. Our focus? Unearthing the evidence for the author(s) of the Book of Mormon —a topic seldom broached in regular Sunday School. Radio Free Mormon Sunday School, where you will learn stuff you’re never gonna hear in regular Sunday School, invites you to join us as we shine a light on the intriguing evidence pointing to Joseph Smith’s fingerprints on the Book of Mormon. In “Joseph Smith’s Fingerprints on the Book of Mormon,” we’ll discuss: Scripture Study Revelation: Embark on a journey through the “Come, Follow Me” curriculum, exploring the nuances of the Book of Mormon text. Uncover insights that challenge conventional narratives and shed light on potential authorship clues. “The Lord Labors with Us”: Examine passages within the Book of Mormon that bear hallmarks of Joseph Smith’s language and theology, considering how these elements align with his known writings and teachings. Analyzing Internal Evidence: Dissect key passages and textual inconsistencies that suggest human authorship, prompting us to reevaluate our understanding of the Book of Mormon’s origins. “Believe in Christ” and the Quest for Truth: Reflect on the implications of these findings for Latter-day Saints today, emphasizing the importance of grappling with challenging truths and seeking a deeper understanding of our faith. Join us on this thought-provoking journey as we confront the internal evidence pointing to Joseph Smith’s authorship of the Book of Mormon. Radio Free Mormon Sunday School is committed to providing a space for critical inquiry and deeper exploration, addressing topics that may challenge conventional narratives. Don’t miss out on the unique insights that will broaden your understanding of this intriguing aspect of scripture study.


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