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The Lost 116 Pages: Reconstructing the Book of Mormon

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    The book is a five-star read and thanks to Don Bradley for his ten years of research writing, it is a historical and contextual analysis of the missing 350-page 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.


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


    The insight into the Mormon Nauvoo period doctrines described is exciting and I believe that Don added coherence and built on top of others' work, this book will welcome further constructive discussions.


    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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