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In 2012 Joseph Spencer published an analysis of 1st and 2nd Nephi that interprets a phrase in 1 Nephi 19:5 as implying the true break in Nephi’s writings is not between the two scriptural books we now use but rather to be found at the end of 2 Nephi 5 and that the spiritual core (the “more sacred part”) of the small plates is in 2 Nephi chapters 6–30. In this essay I have mobilized several arguments from the canons of literary interpretation and basics of the Hebrew language to demonstrate that this starting point for Spencer’s interpretation of Nephi’s writings is seriously flawed.
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4 Comments Post or read comments CopymenschApril 16, 2015 The full Endowment ceremony was available in Solomon's temple(Molly Wingate, Plain Speaking)New Stars Wars Action Figures For Old See John WParry has identified a chiasm right at the beginning of 1 Nephi, as Nephi is introducing himself: There is a lot of interesting things that can be commented on in this chiasm, but for my present purposes I want to point out what he does with knowledge in lines A and A The Bible and LDS Temple Ceremonies, online article from concernedchristians.com, no longer available; screenshot in my possession Andrew IJoseph Spencer, in his volume An Other Testament (a must read, seriouslyit will completely change the way you read the Book of Mormon, I promise!), notices a structural pattern that bridges across 1 and 2 Nephi: These structural divisions order Nephis record as a four-part progression, from (1) the journey to the New World (1 Nephi 118) through (2) a series of theological sermons (1 Nephi 192 Nephi 5) to (3) the culminating, commanded heart of Nephis record (2 Nephi 630) and (4) a brief conclusion (2 Nephi 3133). Having identified the four-part progression, Spencer then identifies the theological pattern embedded within this structureNibley, Teachings of the Book of Mormon: Transcripts of Lectures Presented to an Honors Book of Mormon Class at Brigham Young University, 19881990, 4 vols
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Covenant and fall go hand-in-handapp 13352,2528 13352,2528 (American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications and FARMS, 2004), 1:13Or, you can try finding it with the information below.Pages:Sample PageCategories:No categoriesAuthors:Monthly:Recent Posts:Popular at PatheosTrending at PatheosBeyond Measure (Field Notes on Living)Until the Cows Come Home (UU Collective)Rain (Just Ask Jay)Writing a Poem Together from Gaza City to ColoradoAnd, for those who have been to the LDS temple, the patterns found in the text are suspiciously familiar 5d8a9798ff