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Letter VII – Oliver Cowdrey’s Message to the World by Jonathan Neville (Book)

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In 1835 Oliver Cowdrey, who was a close associate of Joseph Smith and uniquely qualified in his knowledge of the Book of Mormon, wrote what is historically called “Letter VII” describing the Hill Cumorah in detail the Hill Cumorah in New York as the very location of the final battles of the Nephites and Jaredites.  One of the most significant documents of Church history, it has remained in obscurity for too long.  Letter VII is a faith-affirming experience. 100 pg
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As a close associate of Joseph Smith, Oliver Cowdrey was uniquely qualified to write about the Book of Mormon.  In 1835 he wrote a letter describing the Hill Cumorah in New York as the scene of the final battles of the Nephites and Jaredites of the Book of Mormon.  Letter VII is Oliver’s answer to those who  are uncertain or confused about the location of the Hill Cumorah of the Book of Mormon.

Oliver’s letter – Letter VII – is one of the critical documents in Church history.  It was published several times while Joseph Smith was alive.  Joseph even had his scribes copy it into his personal journal as part of his life history.  It was accepted by every early LDS writer and leader.

Reading and understanding Letter VII is a faith-affirming experience for those who accept the Book of Mormon as both modern day scripture and an actual history.

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Weight .5 lbs
Dimensions 5 x 8 x .5 in

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