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The Term “Red Sea” in II Nephi 19:1
I sometimes wonder how I would translate certain things in the Book of Mormon, if we were ever to create a Hebrew version of that book. And as I was reading the Book of Mormon recently and got to II Nephi 19:1 I noticed that verse referred to the Red Sea. The context is that of events in northern Israel (the regions of Naphtali and Zebulun), so the reference to the Red Sea simply does not fit.

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Jewish delegation visits Mormon temple and Welfare Square, seeks to broaden mutual understanding

A Jewish delegation praised its tour of LDS Church’s welfare and temple facilities in Utah this week for strengthening interfaith ties and understanding.
Salt Lake Tribune

LDS Interest

The Lying Pen of the Scribes
Part 2

Lecture by E.J. Wilson D.O., PhD

When Joseph Smith translated the Book of Mormon, he found it included many chapters of Isaiah's writings. Isaiah lived more than a century before the time that Lehi left Jerusalem. E.J. Wilson D.O., PhD shows how the Book of Mormon agrees with the Isaiah that is preserved in the Qumran Great Isaiah Scroll.

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Article of Faith 8
We believe the Bible to be the word of God as far as it is translated correctly;
we also believe the Book of Mormon to be the word of God.


We realized that the term “translated correctly” includes not merely the process of translation, but also the process of transmission. That must be emphasized, because both of these processes provide the opportunity for the original message to be distorted, or even completely deleted. For that reason, we need to discuss both of those processes in some detail.
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Prophets Before Exile of 722

Isaiah, who is immensely important for Latter-day Saints, is quoted extensively in the Book of Mormon, and Christ himself commanded the Nephites to search the words of Isaiah, so should we. Joel, Obadiah, Isaiah, Jonah, Amos, Hosea, Micah.
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Prophets After Exile of 722

The resulting (corrected) Hebrew text I translated into modern English, using what scholars have learned about Biblical Hebrew during the last hundred years or so to improve the translations of words whose meanings were not at all known to the KJV translators. Zephaniah, Jeremiah, Habakkuk, Nahum, Daniel, Ezekiel, Zechariah, Haggai, Malachi.
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The Articles we post are for education, and as aids to increase our understanding of scripture. We will continue to modify, publish, and add educational videos to the site.
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