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Comparison of the Book of Jacob to the Bible

19 January 2013 (updated 7 August 2020)

Comparison of the Book of Jacob to the Bible

Available now is my computed comparison of the Book of Jacob to the Bible, consisting of 11 pages of side-by-side text comparisons. This is part of the second edition of As One that Hath a Familiar Spirit, which I’m publishing here on my blog. Subsequently, pending sufficient interest, I may also work toward publishing more formal print or ebook copies of the entire work. If you would be interested in purchasing a print or ebook copy, please let me know by clicking here.

Here are some highlights from and observations about the computed comparison of the Book of Jacob to the Bible:

  1. Jacob 1: 7 repeats language from Hebrews 3: 8, which repeats language from Psalm 95: 8
  2. Jacob 5: 42, 46 and 66 repeatedly associate the parable of the vineyard with Jesus’ words in the synoptic gospels
  3. Jacob 6: 6 repeats language from Hebrews 3: 7-8, which repeats language from Psalm 95: 7-8
  4. Jacob 6: 7 associates the interpretation of the parable of the vineyard with Jesus’ words in the synoptic gospels
  5. Jacob 6: 11 uses “enter in at the strait gate” like Jesus in the synoptic gospels
  6. Jacob 7: 14 expresses Jacob’s words like Luke 22: 42 expresses Jesus’ words

And here is where you can access the comparison:

Computed Comparison of the Book of Jacob to the Bible

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