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Similar to Moroni’s fortifications, features of ancient fortifications documented between 300 BC to AD 250 include: (1) earthen barriers and occasionally even stone walls; (2) a ditch or moat; (3) wooden palisade; (4) isolated guard posts, and towers from which stones and other projectiles could be launched at invaders.  https://knowhy.bookofmormoncentral.org/content/what-was-the-nature-of-nephite-fortifications #Fortifications #Protection #Archaeology #BookofMormon #Mormon #LDS #Faith…

Similar to Moroni’s fortifications, features of ancient fortifications documented between 300 BC to AD 250 include: (1) earthen barriers and occasionally even stone walls; (2) a ditch or moat; (3) wooden palisade; (4) isolated guard posts, and towers from which stones and other projectiles could be launched at invaders. https://knowhy.bookofmormoncentral.org/content/what-was-the-nature-of-nephite-fortifications #Fortifications #Protection #Archaeology #BookofMormon #Mormon #LDS #Faith…

Just like the Bible, the Book of Mormon contains many passages that both condemn drunkenness and portrays it as foolishness. This shows how the Book of Mormon is consistent with the biblical record. Learn how the Book of Mormon helps answer questions just as the Word of Wisdom did. https://knowhy.bookofmormoncentral.org/content/how-does-the-book-of-mormon-help-explain-the-origins-of-the-word-of-wisdom #BookofMormon #LDS #Mormon #Faith #ShareGoodness #Alcohol #Drunk #WordofWisdom

Just like the Bible, the Book of Mormon contains many passages that both condemn drunkenness and portrays it as foolishness. This shows how the Book of Mormon is consistent with the biblical record. Learn how the Book of Mormon helps answer questions just as the Word of Wisdom did. https://knowhy.bookofmormoncentral.org/content/how-does-the-book-of-mormon-help-explain-the-origins-of-the-word-of-wisdom #BookofMormon #LDS #Mormon #Faith #ShareGoodness #Alcohol #Drunk #WordofWisdom

Amalickiah lying to the Queen of the Lamanites about who poisoned her husband, (he did) so he could take the throne. Book of Mormon by Minerva Teichert

Amalickiah lying to the Queen of the Lamanites about who poisoned her husband, (he did) so he could take the throne. Book of Mormon by Minerva Teichert

Joseph had many revelations concerning the importance of families which are recorded in the Doctrine and Covenants. But even before receiving these revelations, Joseph was exposed to many examples and commandments concerning righteous families during his translation of the Book of Mormon. https://knowhy.bookofmormoncentral.org/content/where-did-joseph-smith-get-his-teachings-on-the-family #Families #Family #BookofMormon #ShareGoodness #LDS #Mormon #Faith #Children #Christ

Joseph had many revelations concerning the importance of families which are recorded in the Doctrine and Covenants. But even before receiving these revelations, Joseph was exposed to many examples and commandments concerning righteous families during his translation of the Book of Mormon. https://knowhy.bookofmormoncentral.org/content/where-did-joseph-smith-get-his-teachings-on-the-family #Families #Family #BookofMormon #ShareGoodness #LDS #Mormon #Faith #Children #Christ

Did you know that Enos may have used clever Hebrew wordplay in his Book of Mormon account? Not only does his "wrestle" with God parallel the Genesis story of Jacob, but he may have applied his own name with the Hebrew word "Enosh". Learn how Enos may have “likened the scriptures” to himself. https://knowhy.bookofmormoncentral.org/content/how-did-enos-liken-the-scriptures-to-his-own-life #BookofMormon #Wordplay #Evidence #Hebrew #LDS #Mormon #ShareGoodness #Faith

Did you know that Enos may have used clever Hebrew wordplay in his Book of Mormon account? Not only does his "wrestle" with God parallel the Genesis story of Jacob, but he may have applied his own name with the Hebrew word "Enosh". Learn how Enos may have “likened the scriptures” to himself. https://knowhy.bookofmormoncentral.org/content/how-did-enos-liken-the-scriptures-to-his-own-life #BookofMormon #Wordplay #Evidence #Hebrew #LDS #Mormon #ShareGoodness #Faith

It seems very likely that either Lehi or Nephi, in his retelling the dream of the tree of life, had Psalm 51 in mind. Lehi repeated, almost verbatim, David’s plea for mercy from this psalm. Thereafter, several key words and themes can be found in Psalm 51. If, indeed, Lehi/Nephi meant to allude to this psalm of repentance, then it should be considered a key to understanding the meaning of Lehi’s dream. Learn more at: #LDS #Mormon #ShareGoodness #Bible #OldTestament #Psalms #Repe

It seems very likely that either Lehi or Nephi, in his retelling the dream of the tree of life, had Psalm 51 in mind. Lehi repeated, almost verbatim, David’s plea for mercy from this psalm. Thereafter, several key words and themes can be found in Psalm 51. If, indeed, Lehi/Nephi meant to allude to this psalm of repentance, then it should be considered a key to understanding the meaning of Lehi’s dream. Learn more at: #LDS #Mormon #ShareGoodness #Bible #OldTestament #Psalms #Repe

Could Lehi have been a poet? Hugh Nibley shows us the beautiful comparison between Lehi’s words, and the poetry style of some desert Arabs. Learn more at http://www.knowhy.bookofmormoncentral.org/content/did-lehi-know-poetry-arabian-desert    #Lehi #Arabic #Poet #Knowhy #BookofMormon #LDS #Mormon

Could Lehi have been a poet? Hugh Nibley shows us the beautiful comparison between Lehi’s words, and the poetry style of some desert Arabs. Learn more at http://www.knowhy.bookofmormoncentral.org/content/did-lehi-know-poetry-arabian-desert #Lehi #Arabic #Poet #Knowhy #BookofMormon #LDS #Mormon