Pearl of Great Price

Front Cover
Filiquarian Publishing, LLC., Jul 1, 2006 - Religion - 120 pages
2 Reviews
The Pearl of Great Price contains a selection from revelations, translations and narrations of Joseph Smith, who is the first prophet, seer, and revelator to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. The Pearl of great Price chapters include the Book of Moses, the Book of Abraham, Joseph Smith on Matthew and History and the Articles of Faith. This book is a must read for those of the mormon faith, or those studying mormon or religious history.

What people are saying - Write a review

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

Many ancient civilizations kept record of God and his work among the children of men, this is such an account. The lord is no respecter of persons and many ancient people keep records of his teachings. Not just those compiled ( or discarded ) by the First Council of Nicaea in 325 A.D. In to what is now called the Bible. This additional record is some what like the dead sea scrolls. For additional clarity on biblical teachings I would recommend this read.  

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

Reading this book is an amazing experience. I got to know what the prophets Moses and Abraham were like much better, but the best of all was the insight into what Adam and Even thought of the Fall. This is a book of true scripture!

Selected pages


Book of Moses Chapter 1
Book of Moses Chapter 2
Book of Moses Chapter 3
Book of Moses Chapter 4
Book of Moses Chapter 5
Book of Moses Chapter 6
Book of Moses Chapter 7
Book of Moses Chapter 8
Book of Abraham Chapter 1
Book of Abraham Chapter 2
Book of Abraham Chapter 3
Book of Abraham Chapter 4
Book of Abraham Chapter 5
Joseph Smith Matthew
Joseph Smith History
The Articles of Faith

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

References to this book

All Book Search results »

About the author (2006)

J.C. Smith is Professor of Law at the University of British Columbia, and the author of Psychoanalytic Roots of Patriarchy: The Neurotic Foundations of Social Order, also from NYU Press.

Bibliographic information