How many names are there for Christ in the book of Mormon?
The Book of Mormon contains many of the same names for Jesus Christ as there are in the Bible. The only way to get an accurate count would be to read the entire book, as no exhaustive list is available online. Names commonly used for Jesus in the Book of Mormon are:
Light and life of the world
Son of God
Lord of the Vineyard
Holy One of Israel
God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob
Lamb of God
Son of the Father
Lord of Hosts
Mediator of all men
Only Begotten of the Father
Son of Righteousness
Son of Man
Since Mormons also use the Bible, other names for Christ found in the Bible but not the Book of Mormon are also often used in Church settings.
"Jesus Christ" is mentioned 64 times "Jesus" (not followed by "Christ") is mentioned 116 times "Christ" (without "Jesus") is mentioned 302 times Please note that Jesus Christ is mentioned hundreds if not thousands of times in the Book of Mormon by other names, such as "Messiah", "Son of God", "Redeemer", "Lord", "Lamb of God" and "Jehovah". I didn't count any of those. In a broader sense, every verse in the Book of Mormon is about…
On the cover of the Book of Mormon it typically just says "The Book of Mormon, Another Testament of Jesus Christ". It is possible to get the cover engraved or personalized with the owners name, so if there is another name on the cover it is probably the name of the owner of that particular book. Inside the Book of Mormon, there are many names. The Book of Mormon covers the history of a people…
The word "Christ" is found in 323 verses in the Book of Mormon. Many verses say Christ more than once, including 2 Nephi 25:26: "We talk of Christ, we rejoice in Christ, we preach of Christ, we prophesy of Christ..." This count does not include other forms of the word "Christ" (Such as "Christian") nor does it include other names or titles of Christ such as Jesus, Lord, Redeemer, Savior, etc.
There is only one version, unless you are asking how many languages it is in, in which case, the Book Of Mormon is translated into 87 different languages, one of which is now extinct. Another answer Regarding the languages the Book of Mormon, it has been fully translated into 87 languages, including English and Spanish Braille and American Sign Language. A Deseret Alphabet version and Hebrew version are currently out of print. Selections of the…
"Jesus Christ" is mentioned 64 times "Jesus" (not followed by "Christ") is mentioned 116 times "Christ" (without "Jesus") is mentioned 302 times Please note that Jesus Christ is mentioned hundreds if not thousands of times in the Book of Mormon by other names, such as "Messiah", "Son of God", "Redeemer", "Lord", "Lamb of God" and "Jehovah". I didn't count any of those. This word count only includes the main body text, not footnotes, chapter summaries…
That is up for you to decide. Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the 'Mormon' church) believe that the Book of Mormon is scripture, that it testifies of Jesus Christ, and that it should be used side-by-side with the Bible. Many who are not Mormon, however, believe that the Book of Mormon is a total fraud and that it is an abomination. Mormons ask that anyone interested should read the Book…
The Bible used by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) is the King James Version. It contains 39 Books in the Old Testament and 27 in the New Testament. Some mistakenly refer to The Book of Mormon, Another Testament of Jesus Christ as the "Mormon Bible" or the "Golden Bible." This is inaccurate and should be avoided. Nevertheless, for those meaning the Book of Mormon, when using the term, "Mormon Bible"…
There are many different terms in the Book of Mormon which refer to God or to Jesus Christ. By far the most common words are "Lord" and "God". Others include: Lord God Almighty Messiah Father Son or Son of God Christ the One Jesus Most High Great Spirit (used by some Lamanite groups) Savior Redeemer
No, the Book of Mormon is not on XM radio, but the Mormon Channel is. The Mormon Channel has many different programs, including interviews with church members, sermons, music, and scripture stories. You can download the Book of Mormon as an MP3. Check out the "Related Links" below to listen to the Mormon Channel or download the Book of Mormon MP3 (free).
I looked up "Jesus" on the lds.org scripture search and got 165 scripture references from the Book of Mormon. Many of the scripture references used Jesus's name more than once and I didn't count all of those. However, there are many other names for "Jesus." Some of them are: Christ Savior Advocate Redeemer The Lamb The Lamb of God Lord Prince of Peace Messiah Deliverer There are also many others. Just using "Jesus" will not…
Light is used in 84 verses in the Book of Mormon, although many of these verses use the word more than once (Alma 19:6 uses the word 6 times!). -Truth is used in 75 verses in the Book of Mormon, again many of these use the word more than once. -The phrase "light and truth" is never used in the Book of Mormon. -Both light and truth are used in the same verse only twice…
Yes. Mormons believe in the divine nature of Jesus and know that it is only in and through Him that we may become worthy to live with God. Mormons look to the life of Christ and his teachings as a perfect example of how we should live. We look to the atonement and crucifixion of Christ as the ultimate sacrifice for sin that was made on our behalf. A scripture contained in the Book of…
The Bible testifies of Jesus Christ. Likewise the Book of Mormon testifies of Jesus Christ. It gives the account of Christ coming to the American continent, and organizing his church among the people there, along with the history of many ancient peoples who settled the American continent long before Columbus arrived. The timeline is from about 600 B.C. to around 421 A.D. The Bible underwent several translations thereby losing many doctrinal points given by prophets…
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…
Yes. Elvis Presley did in fact read the Book of Mormon. He had many friends that were members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" church) who introduced him to the book, including Ed Parker, Cricket Butler, and the Osmond Family. Elvis studied many religions near the end of his life and had a fascination with many of them, including Mormonism. You can go to the "Related Links" below…
There are many women mentioned in the Book of Mormon who are never given names. Most of them are simply called "The wife of ...", "the daughter of ..." or "The queen", "the women", etc. Those who are named in the Book of Mormon are: Abish - Servant of King Lamoni's wife Isabel - Harlot in the land of Siron Sariah - Wife of the prophet Lehi Mary - the mother of Jesus Sarah…