Moroni (IPA: /məˈroʊnaɪ/), according to the Book of Mormon, was the last Nephite prophet and military commander who lived in North America in the late fourth and early fifth centuries. The Angel Moroni (mɒˈroʊnaɪ is an Angel that Joseph Smith Jr The Book of Mormon is a Sacred text of the churches in the Latter Day Saint movement. The Nephites are the De facto protagonists of the Book of Mormon. In Religion, a prophet (or prophetess) is a person who has encountered the Supernatural or the divine and serves as an intermediary As a means of recording the passage of Time, the 4th century (per the Julian calendar and Anno Domini / Common era) was that Century The 5th century is the period from 401 to 500 in accordance with the Julian calendar in Anno Domini / Common Era.
Moroni was the son of Mormon, the prophet for whom the Book of Mormon is named. Mormon (ˈmɔrmən is a prophet in The Book of Mormon after whom the book is named The Book of Mormon is a Sacred text of the churches in the Latter Day Saint movement. He was named after (and should not be confused with) Captain Moroni, a much earlier Book of Mormon figure. According to the Book of Mormon, Captain Moroni (c 100 BC - 56 BC) was an important Nephite military commander and patriot who
Moroni served under his father, the commander in chief of 10,000 Nephites who battled against the Lamanites. The Nephites are the De facto protagonists of the Book of Mormon. According to the The Book of Mormon, a Lamanite is a member of one of four main groups described in the book Upon the Nephites' defeat, Moroni was forced to go into hiding and to wander from place to place to avoid being killed by the victorious Lamanites. (See also Cumorah for more information on this battle. Cumorah (also called Mormon Hill) is a Drumlin near Manchester, New York, where Joseph Smith Jr ) Moroni was the last known survivor of the Nephite nation.
Moroni had been commanded by his father to complete the Nephite record which Mormon had abridged from previous records. The phrase record of the Nephites has two distinct but related usages Moroni is the ascribed author of chapters 8 and 9 of the Book of Mormon (Mormon's record within the larger Book of Mormon), the entire Book of Moroni, and the Title Page of the Book of Mormon. The Book of Mormon is the name of a book or division in the larger Book of Mormon. For people and places also called Moroni see Moroni The Book of Moroni is the last of the books that make up the Book He is also said to have written the Book of Ether, which is primarily an abridgment of Jaredite writings but also contains extensive commentary by Moroni, especially in Ether 4, Ether 5, Ether 8, and Ether 12. The Book of Ether is one of the books that make up The Book of Mormon. The Jaredites are a people written of in the Book of Mormon, principally in the Book of Ether. Moroni was the last prophet to write in the Book of Mormon.
Moroni claimed that he had seen and spoken to Jesus face to face and that he had been shown extensive visions of the future. Jesus of Nazareth (7–2 BC / BCE —26–36 AD / CE) Speaking directly to modern-day readers of the Book of Mormon, Moroni writes, "Behold, I speak unto you as if ye were present, and yet ye are not. But behold, Jesus Christ hath shown you unto me, and I know your doing" (Mormon 8:35).
Upon completion of the record, written on Golden Plates, Moroni buried the plates in a stone box in a hill in what is now Wayne County, New York. In Latter Day Saint theology the golden plates (also called the gold plates or in some 19th century literature the golden Bible Wayne County is a county located in the US State of New York. A 12-meter granite and bronze monument to Moroni now stands on this hill, which is commonly called Cumorah. Cumorah (also called Mormon Hill) is a Drumlin near Manchester, New York, where Joseph Smith Jr