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Isaiah 40:8 “The grass withereth, the flower fadeth: But the word of our God shall stand for ever.”

isaiah-4087,391. That’s how many times Joseph Smith lied. Not only did he lie when he said no Greek or Latin was on the original plates, he lied when he tricked people into believing the Bible was insufficient. If you remember nothing else about this article, or chart we’ve presented here I beg of you, please, remember and memorize Isaiah 40:8.

That verse will always be the reason why the Book of Mormon is wrong.

I’ve received numerous requests for a full chart of all our findings on the Greek and Latin words found in the Book of Mormon. To make things easier for those who are interested, we’re providing a synopsis of them all here. Below is the link for  PDF listing the specific words and derivatives in question; the Strong’s Concordance numbers, etymology, and the number of times each word appeared. After discovering we had inadvertently left out a couple of words, we revised and updated our chart.

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salt lake mormon temple 2History of the Church, 5:399‑400; “SIR:‑‑Through the medium of your paper I wish to correct an error among men that profess to be learned, liberal and wise; and I do it the more cheerfully because I hope sober‑thinking and sound‑reasoning people will sooner listen to the voice of truth than be led astray by the vain pretensions of the self‑wise. The error I speak of is the definition of the word ‘Mormon.’ It has been stated that this word was derived from the Greek word mormo. This is not the case. There was no Greek or Latin upon the plates from which I, through the grace of the Lord, translated the Book of Mormon. The word Mormon, means literally, more good.” – Joseph Smith

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Greek and Latin Words in the Book of Mormon Part 4

      As promised, here are the updated and revised results from our research of Greek & Latin Words in the Book of Mormon.  Our most significant finding is the realization that the more we studied the Book of Mormon; the heavier our hearts became as the list of words became endless.

     Our main concern and the reason we did this wasn’t for some vindictive purpose.  It’s motivated out of a deep concern for the Mormon people.  (As a personal side note here – each time I publish anything like this I do it out of the heartache I carry for my own mother.  The Lord has taken that concern for her and expanded it to include all the Mormon people.)

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