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  1. a cultural history of the book of mormon: Volume Four A: What Dreams Have Come (Volume 4)
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  2. a cultural history of the book of mormon: Volume Four A: What Dreams Have Come (Volume 4)

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Beginning with Book of Mormon inspired fiction from the early 1900s, this volume explores the landscape of imaginary works generated by that book. Included are analyses of Hugh Nibley's scholarly imagined creations, various fan fictions, more recent "Sealed Portions" and other "pseudepigrapha" like the Mentinah Archives, various Books of Lehi, among other oddities of scriptures, culminating with the Abyssinian Book of Mormon. The usual insightfulness and humor run through this Part A of Volume Four, a study of what we have dreamed up from the Book of Mormon so far.

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This volume is a parade of what the imagination can and can't do with the Book of Mormon. Several examples (of varying quality) of Mormon fan fiction are explored, as well as the work of scholars like Hugh Nibley. Rather than imagine our way to the next phases of truth, the Book of Mormon encourages readers to find truth by personally connecting with God through his spirit. Unfortunately, many have seen the media as the message and continue to generate Mormon pseudepigrapha in an attempt to provide satisfactory evidence of ultimate reality.
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