“Told Him All the Things Concerning the Fall of Man”

Brant Gardner

Ammon begins with humankind’s spiritual history—the creation of the world and the fall of man. Traditionally, how a Judeo-Christian religion understands the purposes of the Garden of Eden has strongly influenced downstream interpretations about God’s intentions, the nature of humankind, and the purpose of human life. Obviously, without clearly understanding that purpose, it is difficult to accomplish it.

Second Witness: Analytical & Contextual Commentary on the Book of Mormon, Vol. 4