The Prophet and the Plates

by Brad Wilcox

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Joseph Smith and the Book of Mormon. If people can gain a witness of those two things, their testimonies will be built on a solid foundation. Small wonder that critics of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints so often attack these very things. In The Prophet and the Plates, Brad Wilcox invites listeners to think twice before discounting the work of Joseph Smith. He offers many examples to demonstrate that both the Book of Mormon and the Prophet Joseph have stood the test of time. This faith-affirming talk helps young people stand strong and draw ever closer to 'the keystone of our religion.'

Released: September 2003
Length: 119 minutes

About the Author

Brad Wilcox

Brad Wilcox is an associate professor in the Department of Ancient Scripture at Brigham Young University, where he also enjoys teaching at Campus Education Week and Especially for Youth. He speaks at Time Out for Women events and is the author of The Continuous Atonement, The Continuous Conversion, Because of the Messiah in a Manger, and the BYU devotional, "His Grace is Sufficient." In 2018, his book Changed through His Grace received the Harvey B. and Susan Easton Black Outstanding Publication award for LDS Scholarship. As a young man, Brad served his mission in Chile, and in 2003 he returned to that country to preside over the Chile Santiago East Mission for three years. He also served as a member of the Sunday School general board from 2009 to 2014. Brad and his wife, Debi, have four children and eight grandchildren.

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