Founder of the Christian Coalition, Bob Jones is the founding father of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
He died in 1898.
He was a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the Mormon church.
His name appeared on the first edition of the Book of Mormon in 1830.
The Book of Abraham is one of the earliest books to be printed in English.
It is a collection of stories from ancient Israel.
According to the Book, the story of Abraham begins with his father Jacob, who was sent by God to the land of Canaan, in an effort to create a nation for himself.
When he arrives, God orders his people to gather on Mount Moriah to build a city.
The people there build a tower and Abraham and his brothers and sisters built it.
They built the first temple in the city, and then built the ark of the covenant, the symbol of the temple.
The Ark was sealed in stone on Mount Zion in the garden of God.
to the Mormon scripture, Abraham is a descendant of Abraham, and the firstborn son of God and the Lamb.
Abraham’s family moved to the western United States from the Middle East in the 16th century.
During the Mormon exodus, many of the original families of the Prophet Joseph Smith migrated to Utah, and many descendants of the people who lived there moved to Nauvoo.
Mormon prophet Wilford Woodruff was the first president of the LDS church, which became the second-largest church in the United States in the 1830s.
The church is also the largest Protestant denomination in the world, with about 13 million members.
The Mormons believe that their descendants, descendants of Joseph Smith, will come out one day, and their church will become a global religion.