Notes and Communications: "As a Garment in a Hot Furnace"

Title

Notes and Communications: "As a Garment in a Hot Furnace"

Publication Type

Journal Article

Year of Publication

1997

Authors

Journal

Journal of Book of Mormon Studies

Pagination

76-79

Volume

6

Issue

1

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Bibliographic Citation

Tvedtnes, John A. "Notes and Communications: "As a Garment in a Hot Furnace"" In Journal of Book of Mormon Studies, Vol. 6. 1997:76-79.

Abstract

The idea that King Noah’s life was to be valued “as a garment in a hot furnace” is a type of simile curse. He would suffer death by fire, which was a just punishment for the wicked.

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Prophecy
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Simile Curse

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