77 - Murmurings of Laman and Lemuel | BYU Studies

77 - Murmurings of Laman and Lemuel

Section 5: Teachings of the Book of Mormon
5-77  Murmurings of Laman and Lemuel

Explanation:

Laman and Lemuel murmured incessantly against Lehi, Nephi, and the Lord. One major theme of their complaints was that Nephi, their younger brother, was domineering; another was that the requirements of the Lord, such as living in the wilderness and obtaining the brass plates, were too difficult. This chart catalogs those complaints and others.