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The Lost 116 Pages: Reconstructing the Book of Mormon

Don Bradley, Reconstructing The Book Of Mormons Missing Stories

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  • What buyers say about The Lost 116 Pages: Reconstructing the Book of Mormon


    This book is a five-star read, thanks to Don Bradley, who spent a decade researching the missing Book of Mormon manuscript.


    The author pulls together a lot of information into very rational conclusions, which is something I have been asking for over 30 years.


    The book is a five-star read and thanks to Don Bradley for his 10 years of research writing, it is a great historical and contextual analysis of the missing Book of Mormon manuscript.


    I enjoyed reading Don's personal perspectives and I know that this book will allow for further constructive discussions, just as he added coherence and built on top of others' work. I also enjoyed Don's personal perspectives in this work and recognize that just as he added coherence and built on top


    It's impossible to ignore the insights when you read the Book of Mormon afresh. You can almost "read" the lost "116 Pages" as you follow the text.

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