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The Book of Moses

The book of Moses is canonized scripture spanning the epochs of Creation, Adam and Eve, Enoch, and Noah. Its content was revealed anciently by God to Moses and re-revealed to the Prophet Joseph Smith in modern times. This book explores the origins and development of the Book of Moses, its ancient nuances, the linguistic features of its revelations, and how its sweeping visions and rich doctrines inspired and guided Joseph Smith and the early members of what would become The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in their pursuit of Zion.

Pages - 466
6" x 9"

Aaron P. Schade
Aaron Pace Schade is an associate professor of ancient scripture at BYU. He received a BA in Near Eastern studies from BYU, an MA in Near and Middle Eastern civilizations from the University of Toronto, and a PhD in Northwest Semitic Epigraphy from the University of Toronto.

Matthew L. Bowen

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