Sam (Book of Mormon)
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In the Book of Mormon, Sam was the third son of Lehi, and elder brother to the prophet Nephi. Early in the Book of Mormon, Nephi confided in Sam. Lehi saw Sam in his vision of the tree of life, noting that he ate the precious fruit, symbolizing the righteousness of Sam, and that he would be saved. Upon the death of Lehi, Sam followed his brother Nephi in the establishment of the Nephites.
- Johnson, Peter (2009). "Lehi and Local Color". Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship. Retrieved 2011-01-19.
- Bomhard, Allen R.; Kerns, John C. (1994). "2.10. The Proto-Afroasiatic Consonant System". The Nosratic macrofamily: a study in distant linguistic relationship. Trends in Linguistics: Studies and Monographs. 74. Berlin; New York: De Gruyter Mouton. p. 102. ISBN 3-11-013900-6.
- Ken Haubrock, “Sam: A Just and Holy Man,”. Journal of Book of Mormon Studies 5/2 (1996): 164–68.
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