The Book of Mormon and Its Redaction of the King James New Testament: A Further Evaluation of the Interaction between the New Testament and the Book of Mormon
King James New Testament, The Book of Mormon, biblical passages, parallels
The text of the King James Bible plays a significant role in the composition of the Book of Mormon. While there have been studies that have attempted to identify what biblical passages are present in the Book of Mormon, not nearly enough effort has been spent exploring how those passages are used throughout the text. For example, one can readily identify the textual parallels between Alma 5:48 and John 1: 14, due to the sharing of phrases such as "full of grace and truth'' and "only-begotten son:' This type of research is useful in and of itself. But simply identifying what passages the texts share in common without exploring how the Book of Mormon integrates the biblical text into its own textual composition leaves a great deal unexplored.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Frederick, Nicholas J.
"The Book of Mormon and Its Redaction of the King James New Testament: A Further Evaluation of the Interaction between the New Testament and the Book of Mormon,"
Journal of Book of Mormon Studies: Vol. 27:
1, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/jbms/vol27/iss1/4