Simon Belmont wrote:
well I must have missed your answer to the question I asked you Simon. Please enlighten me with the answer... who is "I" in the following quote:
"I insert fac-similes of the six brass plates found near Kinderhook... I have translated a portion of them, and find they contain the history of the person with whom they were found. He was a descendant of Ham, through the loins of Pharaoh, King of Egypt, and that he received his Kingdom from the ruler of heaven and earth."
I am going to answer this question one more time, thews. Please, please
pay attention this time.
The quote you cite is a fabrication based on William Clayton's journal entry. The words "President J." were replaced with "I" in I have translated a portion
... It was a common thing for 19th century biographers to do. William Clayton wrote those words, they are not Smith's.
And once again Simon, you again fail to quote what supposed point you're attempting to make, and provide only some half-baked Mormon pile of BS site that alludes to its theoretical supposed explanation... as long as I do the research for you. Hey I know, why not just answer the question with two words? ... a first name and a last name! Who was the person, according to historical Mormon fact, that told of Ham and his descendants? If you have supposedly answered this question so many times, well, pardon my failure to grasp your ":LOL:" worthy retorts and just fill in the blanks for me so that I can finally grasp your stance on this platform Simon Belmont. Who was it, that told the story of Ham mixed in with some Egypt references... what was the name of the person who said those words? (reference prior data from here: http://www.mormonthink.com/kinderhookweb.htm
Regarding my instruction to follow your path to the site of "facts" you linked, please be specific in stating which portion
of the site you linked is relevant
to the point you claim you're making. Please be specific... which portion of your
link are you referring to?
Thanks so much for helping me understand the point you're making, because I am not understanding your point based on the data you're linking me to. source
Can anyone point out Simon's supposed point?