An Outline of the Textual Structure of the Book of Mormon

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An Outline of the Textual Structure of the Book of Mormon

Postby jmaxwilson » Tue Mar 31, 2009 9:10 am

Just thought I'd share this here too:

For many months now I have been working on a project involving the Book of Mormon, which I will be unveiling in the near future. As part of that project, I have compiled an outline of the textual structure of the Book of Mormon. I looked for an existing outline, but couldn’t find anything extensive enough for my needs. I am making it available here for anyone interested (as a PDF document).

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http://www.sixteensmallstones.org/an-outline-of-the-textual-structure-of-the-book-of-mormon

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Postby mkmurray » Tue Mar 31, 2009 4:54 pm

Nice work and thanks for sharing. It will be neat to see your future project unveiled! :)
Many questions are already answered on the LDSTech wiki. Check it out!

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Postby jmaxwilson » Wed Apr 01, 2009 7:56 am

Thanks! The project itself will be more IT related than the outline. In the mean time, if anyone has any questions or comments about the outline, feel free to ask them here.

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Postby carstenbn » Mon Apr 13, 2009 2:29 pm

Thanks a lot! This might be really useful for a technical illustration idea I've been having. I see that we should “feel free to copy and distribute [this]” - I recommend applying a Creative Commons license to describe specifics, since to those actually willing to use a given work, knowing the limits in exactness is quite useful.

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Postby jmaxwilson » Mon Apr 13, 2009 2:45 pm

Thanks CarstenBN. That's a good idea. I will add a CC license to the PDF.


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