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Between the Lines of the Book of Mormon is a concise weekly podcast that reinforces the truthfulness of the scriptures, encourages faith, and inspires personal growth in testimony. Average episodes are approximately 20 minutes in length.

71 Episodes
The remarkable, faith-promoting story of Zeezrum, one of the Book of Mormon's most notorious, then faithful characters.Tell us what you think!
Alma preaches to two different groups of Nephites. Let's compare and contrast.Tell us what you think!
An ambitious individual can tremendously influence society, either for good or for evil. What influence did the preacher Nehor have on his people?Tell us what you think!
All of the different branches of the people of Nephi now return to Zarahemla. Alma the Younger and the four sons of Mosiah are converted to the Church, and none of the sons of Mosiah desire to become the next king, but rather want to dedicate their entire lives to missionary work.Tell us what you think!
The Nephites in the Land of Nephi are enslaved and persecuted by the Lamanites until they finally find a way to escape and return to Zarahemla.Tell us what you think!
Abinadi testifies to King Noah and his court. What insights can we get reading between the lines?Tell us what you think!
Some of the Nephites in the Land of Zarahemla were not happy. They wanted to return to their homes in the Land of Nephi. Against the council of the Prophet Mosiah, they packed up their belongings and ventured home again. Was this a wise decision?Tell us what you think!
King Benjamin's speech is focused on an essential gospel principle that is never specifically named. But, reading between the lines, it is unquestionably referenced.Tell us what you think!
Who were the Mulekites? Where did they come from? What tribe did they belong to? How well did they integrate into Nephite society? Let's look between the lines.Tell us what you think!
The family of Jacob pass down the small plates until they land in the hands of Amaleki who finishes the plates and turns them over to King Benjamin.Tell us what you think!
Jacob quotes the Prophet Zenos as he explains the Restoration of the blessings of the House of Israel in the last days. Tell us what you think!
Jacob is gifted the small plates by his brother Nephi, and Jacob records his sermon to the wayward Nephite men.Tell us what you think!
A special podcast to help you prepare for Easter.Tell us what you think!
Before Nephi left this earth, he wanted to leave for us his testimony of the mission of Jesus Christ. Nephi called these eternal principles "The Doctrine of Christ." Let's examine what he was referring to.Tell us what you think!
Nephi had a lot of special insights as he witnessed our day and foresaw the end of the world and the subsequent millennium.Tell us what you think!
Isaiah's words, although powerfully descriptive, are not easy to understand. Nephi knew that fact. So, in addition to giving us Isaiah's precise teachings, Nephi, in his own words, provided a clear interpretation of those teachings for us.Tell us what you think!
Nephi failed to include many personal details on the small plates. However, he did find room on the plates to include many of the writings of the Prophet Isaiah. Why were those writings so important to him?Tell us what you think!
After Lehi's death, his contending sons no longer put up pretenses of "getting along." They soon split into two separate warring parties. Who exactly were the Nephites? And who were the Lamanites? Let's look between the lines.Tell us what you think!
Lehi's patriarchal blessings given to his four sons, to the sons of Ishmael, to Zoram, and to Lehi's grandchildren are full of nuggets of knowledge just waiting for us to discover between the glorious pages of the second book of Nephi.Tell us what you think!
This wonderfully detailed doctrinal discourse on the plan of salvation was contained in a patriarchal blessing given by the Prophet Lehi to his young son, Jacob. What additional insights can we learn from looking between the lines?Tell us what you think!