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Faculty members from the BYU Religious Education department discuss the writings and teachings of the Book of Mormon prophets in this 63-part series. Each of the half-hour episodes covers several chapters from The Book of Mormon.

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2004 Seasons, 68 Episodes
August 28, 2008
Faith & Spirituality
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Discussions on the Book of Mormon Full Episode Guide

  • Learn the story of the coming forth of the Book of Mormon, including its setting and history, as well as the visits of the angel Moroni to Joseph Smith.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss the final chapters of the Book of Mormon. Hear what these scriptural scholars have to say about the last record between Mormon and Moroni and the final promise of the Book of Mormon.

  • Listen as members of BYU's Department of Ancient Scripture discuss one of the final chapters of the Book of Mormon: Moroni chapter 7.

  • Faculty of BYU's Department of Ancient Scripture discuss Ether chapters 12 to 15. Listen as they provide insight into these chapters and secret combinations in the days of the Jaredites and in the Latter-days.

  • Learn more about the Book of Mormon as BYU Department of Ancient Scripture faculty conclude their discussion on the book of Ether and discuss Moroni 1-6. See the fall of the Jaredite and Nephite nations and understand the parting words of Moroni.

  • Hear professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss the unique record of the Jaredites. Hear their thoughts on the book of Ether as a microcosm of the Book of Mormon, recording 30 generations in 31 pages.

  • Learn about the prophesies of the Latter-day witnesses of the Book of Mormon that are found in the book of Ether, as well as other prophesies, teachings, and history contained in the same book.

  • Sit with scholars of scripture as faculty of the BYU Religion department discuss Mormon chapters 1-6. Discuss Mormon as a prophet, the significance of the name Mormon to the church today, and the important teachings from these chapters of scripture.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss Helaman 13 through 16.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss the shift in righteousness as the Nephites become more corrupt and the Lamanites grow in faith and discipleship to the Savior.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss the war chapters of the Book of Mormon and the important spiritual lessons found therein.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss the continuing wars between the Nephites and the Lamanites as Captain Moroni continues to defend the rights, freedoms, and government of the Nephites.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss Alma's doctrinal explanation to his son Corianton concerning the resurrection of the dead and other important elements of the Plan of Salvation.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss one of the great chapters of the Book of Mormon in teaching the Plan of Redemption, and, more specifically, the doctrine of Atonement.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss Alma's counsel to his sons Shiblon and Corianton.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss the continuing efforts and teachings of Alma and Amulek among the Zoramites.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss the final account of the great mission of the sons of Mosiah and the successes and tests of faith that they experienced.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture take an entire episode discussing a single chapter of the Book of Mormon: Alma 30. Hear their thoughts and insights about the anti-Christ Korihor and the power of the word of God.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss the missionary account of the sons of Mosiah and their miraculous ministry to the Lamanites.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture continue to discuss the ministry of the sons of Mosiah, including the events following King Lamoni's conversion.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss Alma's continuing efforts to reclaim the apostate Nephite nation.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss Alma's continuing mission to Ammonihah and the important doctrines he teaches there about faith, belief, and the pre-mortal life.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss the conflicts contained in Alma chapters 1 - 4, including anti-Christs, political unrest, and apostasy, as well as the doctrines contained in these tumultuous chapters.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss the beginning of Alma's reform of Zarahemla, as he resigns from the judgment seat and focuses on his responsibilities as the High Priest of the Church.

  • Faculty from the Department of Ancient Scripture discuss Mosiah chapters 25 to 28 and the teachings found there about remembering bondage and Christ as the Deliverer.

  • Faculty from BYU's Department of Ancient Scripture discuss Mosiah chapter 29. a chapter that discusses government in general, as well as a change in Nephite government.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss Mosiah chapters 18 thru 24 and the history and doctrine found therein, including Ammon's ministry to the Lamanites and King Lamoni's conversion.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss the teachings of Abinadi and the prophecies of Christ contained in Mosiah chapters 14 through 17.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss the portion of King Benjamin's great discourse to his people as included in Mosiah chapters 3 through 6.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss Mosiah chapters 7 thru 13 and the many histories and changes in power contained in these chapters.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss 3 of the 14 books of the Book of Mormon, which covers about 400 years of the Book of Mormon timeline: Enos, Jarom, and Omni.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss the transition, or "bridge," between the end of the small plates of Nephi and the rest of the Book of Mormon.

  • Study 3 Nephi 15-17.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss Jacob's teachings about the Law of Moses, the correct intent of that Law, and the allegory of the olive tree.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss Nephi's vision of the Tree of Life, the Savior's mortal life, and the events following His death up to the Second Coming.

  • Learn more about the structure of the Book of Mormon from scholars.

  • Faculty members from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss their insights into chapters 3-7 of 1 Nephi.

  • Professors from the BYU Department of Ancient Scripture discuss the doctrinally rich chapter found in 2 Nephi chapter 2. Hear their insights and teachings concerning the theology, philosophy, and doctrine found in this important chapter.

  • Scholars discuss the first two chapters of 1 Nephi.

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