Articles analyzing Alma 36 and other Book of Mormon passages that Mormons claim exhibit an ancient Israelite form of reverse parallelism called chiasmus.
Examining in detail the claim that the Book of Mormon’s use of such expressions as “rod of iron” (instead of “iron rod”) is evidence of its Hebraic origin.
Why the Book of Mormon’s use of the expression “temple of Solomon” is actually evidence that it is not ancient Hebraic literature.
Tracking the Book of Mormon’s use of “land of promise” and “promised land” and explaining what this usage tells us about the dictation of the Book of Mormon.
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