“There Had Been No Bread Neither Wine, Brought by the Disciples, Neither by the Multitude”

Alan C. Miner

Richardson, Richardson and Bentley write that the Book of Mormon account that sufficient bread was miraculously provided while giving sacramental bread to the great multitude (3 Nephi 20:6) is supported by the traditions of ancient Americans. Sources from ancient American histories indicate that Quetzalcoatl miraculously fed a great multitude. [Allen H. Richardson, David E. Richardson and Anthony E. Bentley, 1000 Evidences for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: Part Two-A Voice from the Dust: 500 Evidences in Support of the Book of Mormon, p. 62]

Step by Step Through the Book of Mormon: A Cultural Commentary