Sons of Mosiah
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The sons of Mosiah is the collective name used in the Book of Mormon for four sons of King Mosiah, whose names were Ammon, Aaron, Omner, and Himni. These sons were notable for their initial opposition to the church, their miraculous repentance and conversion to Christ. They subsequently served as missionaries among the Lamanites, accompanied by their friends Muloki and Ammah.
- Petersen, Mark E. (1984), Sons of Mosiah, Deseret Book Co, ISBN 0-87747-297-1 External link in
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