Verse by Verse Book of Mormon 2-in-1 eBook Bundle

by Andrew C. Skinner, D. Kelly Ogden

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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.

In this digital eBook bundle, the two volumes of verse-by-verse commentary have been brought together for more convenient study. This complete two-in-one eBook set offers a 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 angels who have come to earth, names and titles of God, Israel and Zion in Latter-day Saint usage, the Isaiah chapters of First and Second Nephi, the allegory of the olive tree, prophecies of Christ, 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.

About the Authors

Andrew C. Skinner

Andrew C. Skinner is a former dean of Religious Education at Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, and founding executive director of the Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship at BYU. He is Professor of Ancient Scripture and Near Eastern Studies at BYU, a member of the international advisory board of the Dead Sea Scrolls Foundation, author of several books and over 200 articles and encyclopedia entries on religious and historical topics. He is a graduate of the University of Colorado, holds masters’ degrees from Iliff School of Theology and Harvard University, and a Ph.D. degree in European and Near Eastern history from the University of Denver. He pursued graduate studies at Hebrew University in Jerusalem and taught at BYU’s Jerusalem Center for Near Eastern Studies on several occasions. He taught Military History at the University of Colorado and Ricks College and was the recipient of a U.S. Military Academy Fellowship in U.S. military history. He is married to Janet Corbridge Skinner.

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D. Kelly Ogden

D. Kelly Ogden is a professor of ancient scripture at Brigham Young University. His doctoral work focused on the Hebrew language and historical geography of biblical lands. He has walked the length and breadth of the Holy Land and climbed Mount Sinai eighteen times. Dr. Ogden has written numerous books and articles on the Bible, especially during the fourteen years he lived in the Near East. He was associate director of the BYU Jerusalem Center and assisted in the preparation of the Latter-day Saint edition of the King James Bible. He has served as branch president in Jerusalem, mission president in Chile, Missionary Training Center president in Guatemala, and sealer in the Provo Utah Temple. He and his wife, Marcia Hammond Ogden, are the parents of four children.

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By , Submitted on 2017-10-01

I greatly appreciate having this guide, particularly when reading 2 Nephi and the words of Isaiah. For the first time in reading, with this companion, I understand what I'm reading.

By , Submitted on 2016-01-13

OK if you've never purchased another Book of Mormon study guide. But, I have purchased several and there seems to be little or no new information.And when they do quote a series of scriptures the do not format correctly, leaving only 2 or 3 words per line of type instead of running like you'd expect from your standard works.
I much prefer the David Ridges series "The Book of Mormon Made Easier". You get the same references and much more including many opportunities to be introspective by asking the right question. I hope the David Ridges series is converted to an ebook. And when it does, my suggestion would be to keep the scripture verses in one column and the commentary in a second column. That way, I can move freely back and forth between the two in a real "study" mode. To make it even better, allow me to insert some of my own favorite talks, quotes and scriptures into the ebook. Why don't ebooks really take advantage of the power they could provide to make the scriptures your own?

Very insightful!
By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

This has helped me with my calling as a seminary teacher, more than most other tools at my disposal. I love how it is arranged and it answers questions I didn't know I had about things I've read a hundred times. Awesome reference!!

Marvelous insights and "footnotes" that strengthen testimony..
By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

Well written and documented. Answers many questions that I have pondered on over the years. Wish everyone reading or rereading the Book of Mormon had this as an aid in their scripture study.

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