The Book of Mormon is the stick of Joseph spoken of in Ezekiel 37 because it deals with the history of the tribes of Ephraim and Manassah.
Certain passages in the Bible, such as Ezekiel 37 and Isaiah 29, allude to the future revelation of the Book of Mormon.
Many have speculated that the great high priest Melchizedek was Shem, but Mormon scriptures indicate that it was likely someone else about whom we have no other record.
The Book of Mormon is unclear on the details of Nephi’s killing Laban, but we do know it was dark and he likely was very careful.
Would the Lord ever direct one person to kill another, as in the case of Nephi being ordered to cut off the head of Laban?
Accounts are not uncommon in the scriptures where the Lord uses his servants to destroy the wicked in order to accomplish his righteous purposes.
If Nephi took the Brass Plates of Laban to the promised land, how could the Old Testament scriptures have been available to the people in the Old World?
The Brass Plates of Laban may well have been the original scriptures. But many copies in the Hebrew langquage were available after Nephi took the Brass Plates to the promised land.
Mormons consider the House of Esau to be represented by the modern gentile nations of the world, whom Mormons are to serve as missionaries.
There is some evidence to show that there have been great battles near the Hill Cumorah in the past, as recorded in the Book of Mormon.
When Adam and Eve lived in the Garden of Eden, the Earth contained only one unbroken land mass.
The differences between passages in the Bible, in Matthew 5, and Book of Mormon, in 3 Nephi 12, are substantive differences, which subtly change meaning.