Sat - Mar 22, 2008 : 09:21 pm
2nd Nephi : 29
Wow... What a testimony of the Book of Mormon, and of the prophets who wrote it.
This whole chapter is a rebuke against people who don't accept the Book of Mormon. Reading chapters like this strengthens my testimony concerning the truthfulness of the Book of Mormon. I mean, what are the chances, if the Book of Mormon were false, that whomever wrote it would have guessed that the Book they were writing would not be accepted among certain portions of the gentiles?
This chapter basically just says, "If I the Lord am good enough to cause one nation to write a book, why, then, am I not good enough to cause more nations to write more books? Wouldn't that just testify all the more that I am the God of the whole earth?"
Seems like it's a pretty good case to me.