Literature supporting the authenticity of the Book of Mormon is prolific. However, the truthfulness of the Book of Mormon may be definitively established by reading the book and asking God if it is true.
The Book of Mormon is as detailed as are the Old and New Testaments in the details of its description of temple worship.
Abraham, as recorded in Genesis 18, did not entertain angels, but three holy men.
The Joseph Smith translation of the King James bible was added to the King James version, rather than replacing it, so that the Mormon Church could maintain credibility with the world.
The two spindles in the ball given to Lehi pointed the way that they should go in the desert.
The place where “Their worm dieth not,” is that place reserved for the sons of perdition, who live with Satan and his angels and for whom there is no forgiveness.
Very little is known about the route Lehi and his family took. We can generally understand that the Nephites and Lamanites landed in South America and dwelt in South and Central America.
The early descendants of Adam and Eve lived longer so that they would repent while on earth.
Why are servicemen given only the Book of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants, and the Pearl of Great Price?
The scriptures written for our day are uniquely beneficial to us, especially those who are servicemen.
The Book of Mormon will go forth to the descendants of the Nephites and Lamanites. This means those people are still among us.