Mormon Should Mean “More Good”

Title

Mormon Should Mean “More Good”

Magazine

Ensign

Publication Type

Magazine Article

Year of Publication

1990

Authors

Pagination

51-54

Date Published

November 1990

Volume

20

Issue Number

11

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Bibliographic Citation

Hinckley, Gordon B. "Mormon Should Mean “More Good”", Ensign, Vol. 20. no. 11 1990:51-54.

Abstract

The name Mormon is an honorable name, borne by one who was a great prophet on the American continent. Joseph Smith said that the name meant “more good” (TJS, pp. 299-300). The book that Mormon prepared bears his name—the Book of Mormon. It has touched the lives of thousands for good, for it witnesses of the Savior and Redeemer of the world, Jesus Christ.

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Mormon (Prophet)
Smith, Joseph, Jr.

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