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Why would Joseph Smith include synonymous parallelism in the Book of Moses?

The Book of Moses contains different examples of parallelism including synonymous parallelism, in which similar meanings are repeated at least two times. One example is in Moses 1:4 which, in part, reads:

for my works 

are without end, 

and also my words, 

for they never cease.

Why did Joseph include this (or any) form of parallelism if no one was noticing it in the Book of Mormon?


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