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1 Nephi through Mosiah. This volume is the first of three on the Book of Mormon. It covers 1st Nephi through the Book of Mosiah. This includes the journey of Lehi and his family across the Arabian Peninsula to Bountiful. It follows them on to the promised land, where the Nephites and Lamanites separated. It contains the marvelous prophesies of Lehi, Nephi, and Jacob. We th ...more
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Published October 15th 2011 by Plain and Precious Publishing (first published October 1st 2007)
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Janet K. Cook
Mar 16, 2014 Janet K. Cook rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Thorough, but not amazing

Thorough, but not amazing

This is good and is helping me and to my knowledge and understanding of the Book of Mormon, but it is not the best. I like the different sources he adds, but sometimes he gets more off-topic than I prefer. While I always read the actual scriptures before his commentary, I appreciate him quoting the reference for my remembrance, too. He also includes words of the prophets and General Conference talks to supplement and support the commentary.
Sandy T
Mar 20, 2008 Sandy T rated it really liked it
Very helpful... lots of good quotes and explanations. My only criticism would be that he quoted too much from the Book of Mormon itself. If it is to be a study guide for the Book of Mormon, you're reading it alongside it, and his repeating it all is redundant... I would have like it better to just have the quotes & explanations. Even so, I have already started the second volume, because I got a lot out of the first one.
Sandy T
I felt much the same way about this second volume as I did the first, except this one seemed even more redundant. Some of the quotes he uses say exactly the same thing and so many are unnecessary. I also think his quoting from the Book of Mormon all the time is unnecessary because presumably you've just read it in the Book of Mormon itself. That being said, I still marked lots of good quotes got some new insights.
Patti
Jan 09, 2016 Patti rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I enjoyed reading this book along with the Book of Mormon. I wish there was more commentary on what things meant or quotes from general authorities and less direct quotes from the Book of Mormon.
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Randal S. Chase spent his childhood years in Nephi, Utah, where his father was a dry land wheat farmer and a businessman. In 1959 their family moved to Salt Lake City and settled in the Holladay area. He served a full-time mission in the Central British (England Central) Mission from 1968 to 1970. He returned home and married Deborah Johnsen in 1971. They are the parents of six children—two daught ...more
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