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  • Last update: 3 years ago
  • Version: 1.3.0
  • Size: 16.2 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English, Albanian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Filipino, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malagasy, Mongolian, Norwegian Bokmål, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Tonga, Traditional Chinese, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
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The Book of Mormon is the word of God, like the Bible. Both books contain God's guidance as revealed to prophets, as well as religious histories of different civilizations. While the Bible is written by and about the people in the land of Israel and surrounding areas and takes place from the creation of the world until shortly after the death of Jesus Christ, the Book of Mormon contains the history of God's dealings with the people who lived in the Americas between approximately 600 BC and 400 AD. The Book of Mormon is another testament of Jesus Christ.

* Includes translations for most major world languages
* Includes audio recordings in English, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, and Spanish
* Includes quick reference guide that highlights key passages about Jesus Christ, gospel topics, people, places, and events in the Book of Mormon
* Includes search capability and simple navigation, including swiping gestures to navigate between chapters
* Includes links to learn more about the Book of Mormon

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  • t
    App content leads to extremely expensive in-app purchases given as donations to a company called Intellectual Reserve Inc. Based in Salt Lake City. Content is derivative text containing large sections of the King James Bible. Text also condones and celebrates the beheading of local magistrates in retribution for property rights disputes, ordained and demanded by a middle eastern derived Deity. And this was in the first few chapters. Racism, a thoroughly male focus and overt prosperity gospel pap plaster the remaining chapters. There is a redeeming quality though. From a purely anthropological standpoint this text is excellent at condensing post enlightenment hand waving and American racial bias.
  • TK
    Truly K
    I love having the Book of Mormon available in other languages and have been practicing reading them, but I've had a few troubles. 1. Some chapters won't scroll down, so I can only read the first few verses in that chapter. 2. When listening to the Spanish audio it always starts from the introduction of the book rather than where you left off or which chapter you are currently open to. Then every time you listen again you have to skip to where you want to read/listen. This can be annoying when you get farther along in the book. Even with these problems I would recommend the app, and would love to see German and French audio added in the next update.
  • DA
    Drew A.
    What is the point of making an app so people can read text that is either stolen from other works or just completely made up? Read the novel 'The Late War' and you will see where the majority of this book is copied from. Next, read the gospel topic essay on the Book of Abraham on and you will see the admission that the WHOLE BOA is completely made up. Both Mormon (from BYU) and non-Mormon egyptologists studied the 'Abraham' scrolls and determines it has nothing to do with Abraham, takes place in a different time period, and are actually standard funerary text. 0/10 would not recommend.

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