Verse by Verse, the Book of Mormon Volume 2: Alma 30 - Moroni 10 (Hardcover)(edit)
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Do you want to expand and deepen your study of the Book of Mormon? If so, you will find what you're looking for in this commentary written by gospel scholars D. Kelly Ogden and Andrew C. Skinner.
This volume is the second of a two-volume, reader-friendly exploration of the book of scripture that is the keystone of our religion.
It incorporates sound doctrinal commentary with quotations from General Authorities and explanations of difficult passages — all sprinkled generously with the authors' own experiences to illustrate great lessons and personal applications.
Interspersed with the commentary are feature articles that offer new glimpses into such topics as the importance of record keeping, the purpose of a covenant people, teachings regarding war, the sealing power, God as a God of miracles still today, the Americas as the promised land, and the love of God for all his children.
Highly informative and easy to read, this commentary on the Book of Mormon provides stimulating views that complement the scriptures. It will be treasured by anyone who wishes to understand more fully the teachings of those whom the Lord called in the land of promise to testify of him.
- Size: 6x9
- Pages: 512
- Published: 10/2011
About the Authors
D. Kelly Ogden, a professor of ancient scripture at Brigham Young University, earned a master’s degree in Hebrew language and a Ph.D. in Middle East studies. He has written numerous works on the Holy Land, where he and his family lived for fourteen years, and is the author of the popular books Happy Like Jesus and 8 Mighty Changes. The first associate director of the BYU Jerusalem Center, Brother Ogden was president of the Jerusalem Branch of the Church. He helped prepared the Latter-day Saint editions of the scriptures and served as president of the Chile Santiago East Mission and later as president of the Guatemala Missionary Training Center. He serves as a sealer in the Provo Utah Temple. He and his wife, Marcia Hammond Ogden, have four children and seven grandsons.
Andrew C. Skinner, a professor of ancient scripture at Brigham Young University, was dean of Religious Education and the first executive director of BYU’s Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship. Holding master’s degrees in Hebrew Bible and theology and a Ph.D. in history, he is the author of the acclaimed series Gethsemane, Golgotha, and The Garden Tomb. He has taught at the BYU Jerusalem Center and served as its associate director. Brother Skinner, who was a bishop and a member of the general Sunday School board, serves on the Church Correlation Evaluation Committee. He and his wife, Janet Corbridge Skinner, are the parents of six children and grandparents of four.
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