The "Native-American race", like that of Asia, Africa, and Europe, is not just one distinct group; it's made up of a lot of different groups. According to the Book of Mormon at least some of their ancestors came from two migrations of groups from what is now the Middle-East - one a bit prior to the fall of Jerusalem to the Babylonians and one soon after.
In the Book of Mormon, Lehi and his family left the rest of the Israelites and traveled via boats to a land promised to them. They ended up in America. After some time, they forgot God and descended into apostasy. So, the Native Americans are, according to the Book of Mormon, descended from Lehi's family. May I add that only the American Indian are the true remnant of the original peoples who came from the old world. to set the record straight "Evidence for diverse migrations into the New World also comes from Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) research on living American Indian populations. These studies have consistently shown similarities between American Indians and recent populations in Asia and Siberia, but also unique American characteristics, which the very early crania have also shown. Evidence for only four mtDNA lineages, characterizing over 95 percent of all modern American Indian populations, may suggest a limited number of founding groups migrating from Asia into the New World. Recently, however, a fifth mtDNA lineage named "X" has turned up in living American Indians and in prehistoric remains for which there does not appear to be an Asian origin. The first variant of X was found in Europeans and may have originated in Eurasia. Naturally, generations of conflict, intermarriage, disease, and famine would influence the genetic makeup of modern Native Americans. Further work with mtDNA, nuclear DNA (which is more representative of the entire genome), and Y-chromosome data, the male-transmitted complement of mtDNA, will permit better estimates of the genetic similarities between Old and New World groups and help to determine when they would have shared a common ancestor."
The word "come" is used 928 times in the Book of Mormon.
The Book of Mormon is the additional scripture of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-day Saints (the Mormons). It is possible that the surname Mormon comes from that scripture.
The word Mormon comes from the Book of Mormon, which members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and a few other denominations (such as the Community of Christ and the Apostolic United Brethren) use as scripture alongside the Bible. The Book of Mormon is a collection of ancient records put together by an ancient mesoamerican prophet named Mormon.
The term, "Mormon", was invented to describe members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The name came from "The Book of Mormon," which is a book of scripture the Church believes to be a record of a people living on the American continents, and sacred like the Bible. A long time ago there was a mother who had a son and decided to name him "Mormon." He then grew up and had a son and decided to pass his name on, naming his son "Mormon" too. It was this second "Mormon" who compiled the religious records of his people into what would later be translated by Joseph Smith into "The Book of Mormon." Mormon initially was actually the name of a person. Good question.
The came to the Americas just after the Tower of babel was destroyed. Their language was not confused as were others. An account of their records can be found in the Book of Ether contained in the Book of Mormon.
Essentially, all that can be proved is that the Book of Mormon took place somewhere that was across a large body of water from the Middle East. From descriptions of lands in the Book of Mormon, most everyone deduces that it takes place in the Americas, with the "narrow neck of land" mentioned being near where the Panema canal is. Joseph Smith described the Native American Indians (of North, Central, and South America) as being descendants of the Book of Mormon peoples. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, by far the largest denomination professing belief in the Book of Mormon, has never produced an official statement or map regarding where the Book of Mormon took place. Individual people and scholars have come up with several maps, which you can see at the "Related Links" below.
Isaiah 29:11-12 contains an oracle of a book that the recipient could not read because he was illiterate. If this is to be read as a prophecy of a book yet to be compiled, it could be a prophecy of the Hebrew Bible or the Christian Bible, but Mormons prefer to read it as a direct reference to the Book of Mormon.
the mark of athena comes out, according to the book, in fall 2012.
Moroni was originally a man found in the Book of Mormon. There are two mentioned there. One who is a military captain, and another who is the son of Mormon (the man who compiled the Book of Mormon). Angel Moroni is Moroni, son of Mormon. This Moroni is the last prophet of the Book of Mormon, who lived in about 421 a.d. As the last rememaining prophet before all the world went apostate (the Christians in the Old World had already fallen away by this time), it was his duty to restore what was lost to these latter days. He did so by returning to the earth as an angel, teaching Joseph Smith and giving him the Book of Mormon. A statue of the Angel Moroni is found on the majority of the Temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, as he has become a symbol of the restoration of ancient truths.
There are two men named Moroni in the Book of Mormon - both are from earth, as the Book of Mormon does not discuss or even mention any other planets. The Angel Moroni, who is noted for giving the Book of Mormon record to Joseph Smith and is depicted on the spire of most Mormon temples, is one of these Book of Mormon men who has been charged with overseeing the restoration of the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the present dispensation. Mormon doctrine states that angels are those who have lived or will live on this planet (Doctrine & Covenants 130:5 states "There are no angels who minister to this earth but those who do belong or have belonged to it.") But where, as an angel, does Moroni reside? This same chapter tells us "[Angels] reside in the presence of God, on a globe like a sea of glass and fire" (D&C 130:7)
Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints are often referred to as "Mormons".The term mormon comes from the LDS scripture "The Book of Mormon".As in the bible books are named after the prophet who compiled the book.In this case the "Book of Mormon" was a compilation of all of the writings of the ancestors and predecessors of the prophet Mormon who by all accounts was the last surviving Nephite on the american continent after his people were hunted to extinction by the lamanites. He hid the writings of his people in the hill cumorah to keep them safe until the day the lord would use the records to restore the true church of christ to the earth after the Apostacy. To learn more about Mormons, please visit www.mormon.org.
I'm not quite sure what you are asking as the Book of Mormon does not have points, but I hope this information about the Book of Mormon might help you:The Book of Mormon is considered scripture by members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" church) and is also used to varying degrees by other sects within the Mormonism movement. The Book of Mormon is similar in structure to the Bible and is meant to be "another testament" of Jesus Christ, demonstrating that God remembers all his children and that Jesus Christ is the Savior of all - not just those in the "old world". It is meant to be used in addition to the Bible, not in place of it. The Book of Mormon was translated by Joseph Smith from plates given to him by an angel. It was first published in 1830.The Book of Mormon contains 15 books which are divided into chapters and verses. In general, each book is written by a different prophet or family of prophets. Most of these books span a period between 600 BC and 300 AD, with the book of Ether being set much earlier, at the time of the Tower of Babel. The Book of Mormon tells the story of a family who leaves Jerusalem in order to avoid the prophesied Babylonian Captivity. They travel to the "Promised Land" under the direction of God, and eventually arrive in what is presumed by most to be South America. The Book of Mormon is mostly a record of their religious beliefs, wars, and social and political events. They come in contact with other groups who came at an earlier time (including the Jaredites who came at the time of the fall of Babel). It also contains a record of Jesus Christ visiting them shortly after his resurrection, in which he repeats some of his New Testament teachings and organizes a church after the same pattern as the one at Jerusalem.
According to Warrior Cats wiki it will come out April 3rd 2012 approximate.
I will assume you are asking about the Book of Mormon? The Book of Mormon doesn't mention a whole lot about race. In over 500 pages, only one verse mentions people of black or African races: "... He (Jesus Christ) denieth none that come unto him, black and white, bond and free, male and female... all are alike unto God, both Jew and Gentile." (2 Nephi 26:33) 2 Nephi chapter 5 in the Book of Mormon introduces a group of people who were cursed with a skin of blackness for being sinful, but these are not considered to be the ancestors of todays African or black people. This group is mentioned several times throughout the Book of Mormon, and in 3 Nephi 2:15 they become righteous and their skin is returned to being white. You can read the Book of Mormon and the other books used as scripture by Mormons at the "Related Link" below.
The Book of Mormon serves many purposes. First and foremost, as stated on the cover of most modern editions, it's purpose is to be "Another Testament of Jesus Christ". Testament means testimony or witness - the purpose of the Book of Mormon is to add a second voice to the Biblical message of salvation through the Gospel of Jesus Christ.The title page of the Book of Mormon expands on that idea, and says that the book's purpose is:"To show the remnant of the House of Israel what great things the Lord hath done for their fathers; and that they may know the covenants of the Lord, that they are not cast off forever - and also to the convincing of the Jew and Gentile that JESUS IS THE CHRIST, THE ETERNAL GOD, manifesting himself unto all nations."Another purpose of the Book of Mormon is to serve as a tangible witness of the divine calling of Joseph Smith as a prophet or messenger of God. If one is convinced that the Book of Mormon contains the word of God, then Joseph Smith (it's translator) must also be a messenger of God, and thus his other teachings should be taken seriously.A final purpose of the Book of Mormon (at least to it's believers) is to substantiate or "prove" the Bible by fulfilling some Biblical prophesies. Mormons believe that Ezekiel 37:15-19 talks about the Bible (the stick of Judah) and the Book of Mormon (the stick of Ephraim or Joseph) coming together as one witness. John 10:16 has Jesus telling his followers that he has "other sheep" in a different fold. Mormons believe these "other sheep" are the believers recorded in the Book of Mormon, whom Jesus visited after his resurrection. Isaiah 29:4 is thought to be a message to the Book of Mormon peoples, saying that their record would come from the ground and have a familiar sound. Isaiah 29:11-12 talks about an event with a professor named Charles Anthon saying he cannot read a sealed book.
You are probably thinking of "Come, Come, ye Saints". This is a popular Mormon hymn written to encourage the Mormon pioneers as they were crossing the plains. You can find the sheet music and lyrics at the "Related Links" below.
He professes to be a Mormon, and there are multiple references in their book of Mormon that specify skin which is darker than his white skin are evil, and that would include the darker Spanish, Asian, or black skin - Well, let's read the Book of mormon and find out: And it came to pass that I beheld, after they had dwindled in unbelief they became a dark and loathsome, and a filthy people, full of idleness and all manner of abominations (Book of Mormon, 1 Nephi 12:23). And he had caused the cursing to come upon them, yea, even a sore cursing . . . wherefore, as they were white, and exceedingly fair and delightsome, that they might not be enticing unto my people the Lord God did cause a skin of blackness to come upon them (Book of Mormon, 2 Nephi 5:21). Behold the Lamanites your brethren, whom ye hate because of their filthiness and the cursing which hath come upon their skins . . . (Book of Mormon, Jacob 3:5). O my brethren, I fear that unless ye shall repent of your sins that their skins will be whiter than yours, when ye shall be brought before the throne of God (Book of Mormon, Jacob 3:8). And the skins of the Lamanites were dark, according to the mark which was set upon their fathers, which was a curse upon them because of their transgression and their rebellion against their brethren, . . . who were just and holy men . . . and the Lord God set a mark upon them, yea, upon Laman and Lemuel, and also the sons of Ishmael, and Ishmaelitish women. And this was done that their seed might be distinguished from the seed of their brethren, that thereby the Lord God might preserve his people, that they might not mix and believe in incorrect traditions . . . (Book of Mormon, Alma 3:6). ...that the seed of this people may more fully believe his gospel, which shall go forth unto them from the Gentiles; for this people shall be scattered, and shall become a dark, a filthy, and a loathsome people, beyond the description of that which ever hath been amongst us, yea, even that which hath been among the Lamanites, and this because of their unbelief and idolatry (Book of Mormon, Mormon 5:15).
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, also known as the "Mormons" and "LDS" are so nicknamed for the scriptural text "The Book of Mormon" by which they study. As believed; the ancient record, thus brought forth from the earth as the voice of a people speaking from the dust was translated into modern speech by the gift and power of God by Joseph Smith Jr. employing the use of "seer stones" known as the "Urim and Thummim" (as in the Old Testament) as attested by Divine affirmation. The book was first published to the world in the year 1830. The Book of Mormon, a sacred record of peoples in ancient America which was engraved upon sheets of metal. This scripture, also described as "Another Testament of Jesus Christ" is complementary to the King James version of the Old and New Testament by members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The Plates of Mormon contained within the book, which consist of an abridgment by the prophet Mormon from the Large Plates of Nephi, along with many commentaries Contained a continuation of the history by Mormon and additions by his son Moroni. Mormon was an ancient inhabitant of the early American continent and was descended from the tribe of Nephi spoken of in the first Book of Nephi within the Book of Mormon. The prophet Nephi and others were brought forth from the city of Jerusalem around 600bc to escape destruction for the inequities of it's inhabitants. Though the nickname "Mormon" is common nomenclature in popular reference to the LDS church, church officials have declared the use of "Mormon" to be avoided to instead placing emphasis on "Jesus Christ" within the official naming.
I think you mean what is a mormon. A mormon is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. We believe the Jesus Christ will come again and restore the earth to it's paradisical glory. We use the Bible as well as the Book of Mormon and The Pearl of Great Price and The Doctrine and Convenants. The Book of Mormon tells of an ancient civilization and their trials and triblutions. The Church was founded in the early 1800's. Many churches have since broken off. 1 believing that the descendants of Joseph Smith should be the prophet ( leader ). One that believes woman should have the priesthood. One that believes in Polygamy. It would take forever to tell you everything. That is a brief summary
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There are several renditions by the men of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir of this hymn. Most likey, you are thinking of the BYU Men's Choir who does have Come, Come Ye Saints on a couple of their CD's. If you are trying to locate a copy, try Deseret Book's website.
Do you mean "Mormon"? The word "Mormon" comes from the Book of Mormon. It is the name of an ancient American prophet who transcribed the records of his people, who lived in about 300 A.D. These records were eventually found and translated by Joseph Smith and were published as the Book of Mormon in 1830. Those who are members of the church Joseph Smith started are often called "Mormons" because of their belief in this book, but the official name of their church is The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. If you really did mean "Morman", he was a little-known Breton chieftain who was named king after the death of the Frankish Lord Charlemagne in 814. He ruled a small band of warriors in Brittany for 4 years before being killed in battle.