The Book of Mormon as “inspired fiction”?

The Book of Mormon as “inspired fiction”? May 31, 2015


Wittenberger Marktplatz
Marktplatz, or Market Square, in Wittenberg. In the background are the two towers of the Stadtkirche, also known as the St. Marienkirche, which is considered “the mother church of the Restoration.” Martin Luther preached in it, and it was the first place where the mass was said in the vernacular language (German, specifically) and where both wafer and wine were administered to the laity.
(Click to enlarge. Click again to enlarge further.)


The idea is popular in certain very small circles within the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and on its fringes:


Posted from Wittenberg, Germany



"gemli: "assertions of ambiguous dream symbolism"I haven't provided a single example of "ambiguous dream symbolism" ..."

“I knew I was dying now”
"Zeke: "It's a special kind of person to be an apologist for child rape. Congrats ..."

Watching the Catholic Church
"Let me start by saying I'm going to steal that last line.But no, there is ..."

“I knew I was dying now”
"No, I hadn't.I'm not amused."

Watching the Catholic Church

Browse Our Archives

Follow Us!

What Are Your Thoughts?leave a comment