God and Aminadi in the Temple


God and Aminadi in the Temple

Book Title

The Lost 116 Pages: Reconstructing the Book of Mormon's Missing Stories

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Bradley, Don (Primary)




Greg Kofford Books


Salt Lake City

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Bibliographic Citation

Bradley, Don. "God and Aminadi in the Temple" In The Lost 116 Pages: Reconstructing the Book of Mormon's Missing Stories, 221–240. Salt Lake City: Greg Kofford Books, 2019.


The chapter delves into the significance of Aminadi as a wisdom figure and prophet in the Book of Mormon narrative. It highlights Aminadi's role in interpreting divine manifestations, particularly the writing on the wall, akin to biblical figures like Daniel and Joseph. The text draws parallels between Aminadi and Abinadi, emphasizing their prophetic messages and warnings of calamity. Aminadi's interpretation of the writing on the wall is seen as a pivotal moment in Nephite history, foretelling imminent destruction and serving as a final warning to the king and his kingdom. The chapter also discusses the potential inclusion of Aminadi's story in the lost manuscript and the lasting impact of his prophecy on Nephite society.

This chapter is provided as a courtesy to Scripture Central by Greg Kofford Books. To get the full book, check out the link below.

Lost 116 Pages
Wisdom Literature
Temple Worship
Aminadi (Ancestor of Amulek)
Abinadi (Prophet)

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