How do I understand time chart in Book of Mormon?

How do I understand time chart in Book of Mormon?

I know they didn’t use the names of the months or summary the numbers in years like 2011 instead of spelling the year 2011 in full, but please help me to understand what it means 3 Nephi 8:5 “in the thirty and fourth year, in the first month on the fourth...
Peter, James and John the Beloved

Peter, James and John the Beloved

In D&C Section 7 where it talks about how John is blessed by Christ to remain on earth until he returns, it talks about how Peter and James his brother would minister for him. I’ve been looking through the footnotes and though I’m not done researching...
Who were the giants in the Old Testament?

Who were the giants in the Old Testament?

Question   Gramps, I have always wondered what it means in the Old Testament when it says “there were giants on the earth.” Who were these giants? Alverne   Answer   Dear Alverne, When it comes to the subject of giants in the Old Testament...
Seventies

Seventies

Many years ago, missionaries were given the priesthood office of “seventy”. Ward and Stake Missionaries were also called as “seventy”. Do we know any more of the seventy called by Christ in Luke 10:1 and did they hold the Melchizedek...
1/3 Part of the Hosts of Heaven

1/3 Part of the Hosts of Heaven

In our pre-mortal existence, one third part of the the hosts of Heaven were cast down with the adversary. Where are those “1/3rd hosts of Heaven? Richard Dear Richard, Satan and the 1/3 part of the Hosts of Heaven that were thrust down, are here on this earth...
The Gospels

The Gospels

My question has to do with why are we not trying to bring in the other Gospels? What I mean is; I have been question throughout my life on how the LDS could add the Book of Mormon as a Gospel when the Bible states that we cannot add to the Bible. I have always said...
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