TESTIMONY: “Be it known unto all nations, kindreds, tongues and people, to whom this Book of the Law of the Lord shall come, that James J. Strang has the plates of the ancient Book of the Law of the Lord given to Moses, from which he translated this law, and has shown them to us. We examined them with our eyes, and handled them with our hands. The engravings are beautiful antique workmanship, bearing a striking resemblance to the ancient oriental languages; and those from which the laws in this book were translated are eighteen in number, about seven inches and three-eights wide, by nine inches long, occasionally embellished with beautiful pictures. And we testify unto you all that the everlasting kingdom of God is established, in which this law shall be kept, till it brings in rest and everlasting righteousness to all the faithful.” -Testimony of Seven Witnesses, from the Book of the Law of the Lord. [source]
COMMENTARY: Wait. You want to send your missionaries out to have people read the Book of Mormon, but you haven’t read the Book of the Law of the Lord? Sounds just a tad hypocritical. But what do I know? I’m just another apostate.