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MLH YouTube Find: Top 10 Evidences of The Book of Mormon

Gently Hew Stone brings us the latest YouTube find. In this video, the top 10 evidences of The Book of Mormon are presented.
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Gently Hew Stone brings us the latest YouTube find. In this video, the top 10 evidences of The Book of Mormon are presented.

In the video description, Gently Hew Stone writes the following:

These facts establish how plausible it is that the Book of Mormon really is an artifact of the ancient world. Due to the nature of its origin, that would support the existence of God. These evidences are meant to convince us that it’s reasonable to investigate this book and pray to God for answers. Please focus comments on discussion of these ten evidences–disagreement is welcome, but this is not an open forum for anti-Mormon conspiracy theories or grievances. I hope all viewers will study the Book of Mormon and pray to learn of its truth.

 

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