Does the "Book of Mormon" have any spiritual value?

Does the "Book of Mormon" have any spiritual value?

No. Revelation 22:18 warns against adding to the prophecies of that book. Hebrews 1:1-2 indicates that the time of varied and partial prophecies culminated and concluded in the coming of God’s Son. The Lord authorized His followers to complete the revelation of truth (John 14:26; 16:13, 14). Biblically, then, the Word of God was completed when John went home to heaven. The purported origin of the "Book of Mormon" cannot be confirmed. The three witnesses who allegedly saw the "plates" from which it was translated all eventually turned from Mormonism. In the ensuing years, the "inspired translation" has been changed in over 2000 places. It contradicts the Scriptures, saying, for example, that the Son of God would be born at Jerusalem. Its history contradicts available evidence; its language is an apparent plagiarism of the King James Version and violates accepted rules of grammar; it contradicts its own statements of doctrine. (W. Martin, "Kingdom of the Cults," Bethany House Publishers, pp. 156-171.)

D. Oliver