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Category:Book of Mormon/Translation
Book of Mormon Translation
Parent page: Book of Mormon
Oliver Cowdery: "These were days never to be forgotten...Day after day I continued, uninterrupted, to write from his mouth"
These were days never to be forgotten-to sit under the sound of a voice dictated by the inspiration of heaven, awakened the utmost gratitude of this bosom! Day after day I continued, uninterrupted, to write from his mouth, as he translated, with the Urim and Thummim, or, as the Nephites would have said, 'Interpreters,' the history, or record, called 'The Book of Mormon.'
- Oliver Cowdery, Latter-day Saints' Messenger and Advocate 1:14 (1834).
This category has the following 24 subcategories, out of 24 total.
- Book of Mormon/Translation/Bible
- Book of Mormon/Translation/Charles Anthon
- Book of Mormon/Translation/Curtain
- Book of Mormon/Translation/Dictation
- Book of Mormon/Translation/Method
- Book of Mormon/Translation/No notes
- Book of Mormon/Translation/Plates
- Book of Mormon/Translation/Reformed Egyptian
- Book of Mormon/Translation/Scribes
- Book of Mormon/Translation/Spectacles
- Book of Mormon/Translation/Speed
Pages in category "Book of Mormon/Translation"
The following 4 pages are in this category, out of 4 total.
- Source:Oliver Cowdery:MA 1:14:Days never to be forgotten
- Source:Orsamus Turner:History of the Pioneer Settlement:215:Translation of the Book of Mormon
- Source:Peterson:FR 17:2:They are an indigestible lump in the throats of people like him who contend that there were no Nephites
- Source:William Smith:The Old Soldier's Testimony:1884:It was not written from the Spaulding Romance. That story is false