Hebrew Idioms and Analogies in the Book of Mormon, V

Title

Hebrew Idioms and Analogies in the Book of Mormon, V

Magazine

Improvement Era

Publication Type

Magazine Article

Year of Publication

1910

Authors

Pagination

538–543

Date Published

April 1910

Volume

13

Issue Number

6

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Bibliographic Citation

Brookbank, Thomas W. "Hebrew Idioms and Analogies in the Book of Mormon, V", Improvement Era, Vol. 13. no. 6 1910:538–543.

Abstract

A series that produces evidence that the Book of Mormon is an ancient Hebrew work, containing Hebraisms. Emphasizes: (1) The Book of Mormon contains peculiar grammatical structures that are similarly found in the Bible, (2) many of the proper names in the Book of Mormon possess a notable Jewish character, and (3) many of the Jaredite proper names contain Hebraic similarities that date back to the period predating the Tower of Babel. The fifth part continues in covering Hebrew proper names and translation conventions.

Linguistics
Linguistic Analysis
Onomastics
Language - Hebrew
Language - Latin

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