Talk:Book of Mormon

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Let us suppose, for the sake of the argument, that the Book of Mormon is a genuine ancient text, as opposed to a 19th century concoction; now, if that were true, which geographical model of the Book of Mormon do you think would be the most plausible? (((Zack Martin))) 10:23, 15 July 2017 (UTC)

From the Synopsis[edit]

This comes from the last sentences of the initial paragraph.

And it came to pass that things came to pass, yea, they did come to pass exceedingly, yea, they did come exceedingly to pass. And they passed exceedingly.

The part that I highlighted in bold was added recently. I know this because the I remember reading the old paragraph a few months ago—and I distinctly remember having to then wipe coffee from my keyboard because I was laughing so hard.

To whoever added the extra sentence: bless your heart for trying to improve the humor, but it was already pretty good, and your repetition didn't help. I'm removing it. -- (talk) 08:47, 15 January 2018 (UTC)