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Published by J. Raveill in Blue Springs, Mo. (RR 2, Box 222, Blue Springs 64015) .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints -- Doctrines,
  • Mormon Church -- Doctrines

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementcompiled by Jack Raveill.
ContributionsRaveill, Jack.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX8628 .D63 1981
The Physical Object
Pagination47, 4, [4] leaves ;
Number of Pages47
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3060297M
LC Control Number82155981

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The book of Revelation was written in the first century a.d., but it was the last book of the New Testament to be accepted as canon (authoritative scripture).Some Christian scholars in later centuries questioned its authorship, objected to some of its doctrines (for instance, its teachings about the Millennium or its teaching that people would be judged according to their works), and found its   Revelation, May –B [D&C 12] and a portion of Revelation, 23 Feb. [D&C –93, 74–77] appear in the Book of Commandments but not in Revelation Book Th e fi ve items herein that do not contain redactions are Revelation, ca. Aug. , pp. 41–43 [D&C 27]; “A Book of Commandments & Revelations of the Lord given to Joseph the Seer & others by the Inspiration of God & gift & power of the Holy Ghost which Beareth Re[c]ord of the Father & Son & Holy Ghost which is one God Infinite & eternal World without end Amen,” Revelation Book 1, [ca. Mar. –July ]; handwriting of John Whitmer   For the revelation that became LDS section these changes are documented in the footnotes. Footnote states in part, “Here begins the portion of the instruction taken from a November revelation. Differences between the revelation as it was originally recorded in Revelation Book 1 and as it appears here are noted.” (p. ).