Tracing Mormonism's Roots
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Tracing Mormonism's Roots

The Hill Cumorah in Palmyra, N.Y., is where Mormons believe the Book of Mormon was unearthed by Joseph Smith. Elder M. Russell Ballard says the book came after the Bible as another testament of Christ. Video by Jacqui Salmon/The Washington Post Editor: Francine Uenuma/washingtonpost.com

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