Isaiah Plain & Simple: The Message of Isaiah in the Book of Mormon download epub
by Hoyt W. Brewster
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I highly recommend this book which is the second most quoted Old Testament book in the New Testament.
Explores and explains the often overlooked message of Isaiah in the Book of Mormon, including references in the New Testament Bible. Book by Brewster, Hoyt W.
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The book of Isaiah provides us with the most comprehensive prophetic picture of Jesus Christ in the entire Old .
The book of Isaiah provides us with the most comprehensive prophetic picture of Jesus Christ in the entire Old Testament. It includes the full scope of His life: the announcement of His coming (Isaiah 40:3–5), His virgin birth (7:14), His proclamation of the good news (61:1), His sacrificial death (52:13–53:12), and His return to claim His own (60:2–3). Because of these and numerous other christological texts in Isaiah, the book stands as a testament of hope in the Lord, the One who saves His people from themselves.
There are several theories as to the origin of the Book of Mormon. Most adherents to the Latter Day Saint movement view the book as a work of inspired scripture. The most common belief of adherents is that promoted by Joseph Smith, who said he translated ancient golden plates inscribed by prophets. Smith claimed the angel Moroni, a prophet in the Book of Mormon, directed him in the 1820s to a hill near his home in Palmyra, New York where the plates were buried
Category: Religion & Spirituality
Publisher: Deseret Book Co; First Edition edition (November 1, 1995)
Pages: 281 pages