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Research dedicated to the original Book of Mormon and Bible revision manuscripts, with comparisons to the current editions and possible source texts. All the data is FREE, so you’re encouraged to view, copy, print, or download everything you need for your studies.
Comparing Joseph Smith’s coalesced original manuscripts to the Authorized King James Edition.
Review the use of Italics in the Bible to the changes made by Joseph Smith, Jr.
Review the use of Italics in the Book of Isaiah to the changes made by Joseph Smith, Jr. in the Book of Mormon.
More than 37% of the original text has been modified and highlighted in Light Blue.
Many verses in the Book of Mormon parallel the King James edition of The Old and New Testament, including The Apocrypha. Matching text can also be found in pre-1830 revelations, Joseph Smith’s history, noteworthy regional news items, and published works.
Compare King James Bible verses to the Book of Mormon. More than 1,500 pages of parallels.
Comparing King James Bible verses from the Apocrypha to the Book of Mormon.
A lateral view of the Original Manuscript, the Printer’s Manuscript, and the 1830 Edition.
Compare the coalesced and unedited Original and Printer’s Manuscripts side-by-side to the Current Edition. Each difference is displayed in RED.
Easily identify variations currently adopted to the Book of Mormon from the original documents.
Explore the coalesced and unedited Original and Printer’s Manuscripts. Due to sparse punctuation, and to aid the reader, the text is divided into sense lines.
This volume is closer to the words falling from the lips of Joseph Smith than any other version of the Book of Mormon previously available.
Review the use of Italics in Isaiah to the changes made by Joseph Smith, Jr. in the Book of Mormon. Additionally, view Joseph’s Bible Revision of Isaiah in the third column.
Modified original document text appears in the center & right-hand columns highlighted in Light Blue.
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