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=== Previous editions ===
 
=== Previous editions ===
  
The original [http://josephsmithpapers.org/paperSummary/book-of-mormon-1830#159 1830 edition of Mosiah] was divided into only thirteen chapters (I-XIII). For the 1879 edition Parley Pratt further divided those thirteen into the nine chapters (1-9) still used today. • I: 1-3 • II: 4 • III: 5 • IV: 6 • V: 7-8 • VI: 9-10 • VII: ch.11-13:24 • VIII: 13:25-ch.16 • IX: 17-21 • X: 22 • XI: 23-27 • XII: 28:1-19 • XIII: 28:20-ch.29
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The original [http://josephsmithpapers.org/paperSummary/book-of-mormon-1830#159 1830 edition of Mormon] was divided into only thirteen chapters (I-XIII). For the 1879 edition Parley Pratt further divided those thirteen into the nine chapters (1-9) still used today. • I: 1-3 • II: 4 • III: 5 • IV: 6 • V: 7-8 • VI: 9-10 • VII: ch.11-13:24 • VIII: 13:25-ch.16 • IX: 17-21 • X: 22 • XI: 23-27 • XII: 28:1-19 • XIII: 28:20-ch.29
  
 
== Complete outline and page map ==
 
== Complete outline and page map ==

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The Book of Mormon > Mormon

Subpages: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9

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Historical setting

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Brief outline and summary

The relationship of Mormon to the rest of the Book of Mormon is discussed at The Book of Mormon. Mormon can be outlined broadly as follows:


The major divisions of Mormon are discussed separately on the following subpages: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9


Detailed discussion

Direct address to the reader

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Relation to other scriptures

Related books and chapters

The relationship of Mormon to the rest of the Book of Mormon is discussed at The Book of Mormon

Parallel passages

Previous editions

The original 1830 edition of Mormon was divided into only thirteen chapters (I-XIII). For the 1879 edition Parley Pratt further divided those thirteen into the nine chapters (1-9) still used today. • I: 1-3 • II: 4 • III: 5 • IV: 6 • V: 7-8 • VI: 9-10 • VII: ch.11-13:24 • VIII: 13:25-ch.16 • IX: 17-21 • X: 22 • XI: 23-27 • XII: 28:1-19 • XIII: 28:20-ch.29

Complete outline and page map

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Mormon


Questions for further study and reflection

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Footnotes


Additional resources

  • Book of Mormon, 1830 edition: Mormon



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