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Category:Book of Mormon/Witnesses/Three witnesses
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The Three Witnesses of the Book of Mormon
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The witnesses were men considered honest, responsible, and intelligent. Their contemporaries did not know quite what to make of three such men who testified of angels and gold plates, but they did not impugn the character or reliability of the men who bore that testimony.
This category has the following 6 subcategories, out of 6 total.
Pages in category "Book of Mormon/Witnesses/Three witnesses"
The following 26 pages are in this category, out of 26 total.
- Source:David Whitmer:An Address to All Believers in Christ:32:1:As recorded in the fore part of the Book of Mormon
- Source:David Whitmer:An Address to All Believers in Christ:4:1:If you desire to know whether or not the Book of Mormon is true
- Source:David Whitmer:An Address to All Believers in Christ:8:1:I will say once more to all mankind, that I have never at any time denied that testimony or any part thereof
- Source:David Whitmer:An Address to All Believers in Christ:9:1:He that hath an ear to hear, let him hear; it was no delusion
- Source:David Whitmer:Investigating the Book of Mormon Witnesses:86:1:we were in the spirit when we had the view...but we were in the body also
- Source:David Whitmer:Rebuttal to John Murphy 19 March 1881:EMD 5:69:Which has so long since been published with that book as one of the three witnesses
- Source:David Whitmer:Tombstone:The record of the Jews and the record of the Nephites are one
- Source:Echoes:Ch2:7:David Whitmer:Just as plain as I see this bed
- Source:Echoes:Ch2:8:David Whitmer:I saw with these eyes and I heard with these ears
- Source:Echos:Ch2:6:David Whitmer:Character of David Whitmer
- Source:Martin Harris:Investigating the Book of Mormon Witnesses:112-113:1:Do you know that is the sun shining on us
- Source:Martin Harris:Investigating the Book of Mormon Witnesses:113:1:As many of the plates as Joseph Smith translated I handled with my hands
- Source:Martin Harris:Investigating the Book of Mormon Witnesses:116:3:Just as plain as you see that chopping block, I saw the plates
- Source:Martin Harris:Joel Tiffany 1859:I knew that Joseph had not credit enough to buy so much lead
- Source:Martin Harris:Metcalfe:Ten Years Before the Mast:EMD 2:346-347:While praying I passed into a state of entrancement
- Source:Martin Harris:Mormonism Unvailed:He does not pretend that he ever saw the wonderful plates but once
- Source:Martin Harris:Origin and History of the Mormonites:Yet I saw them with the eye of faith
- Source:Martin Harris:Stephen Burnett to Lyman E. Johnson 1838:But he never saw them only as he saw a city through a mountain
- Source:Martin Harris:William Harrison Homer 1869:For I saw the angel, I heard his voice
- Source:Oliver Cowdery's character:William Lang, ''History of Seneca County'' (Springfield, Ohio, 1880), 365
- Source:Oliver Cowdery:MA 1:14:Days never to be forgotten
- Source:Testimony of the Three Witnesses:1830 Book of Mormon