The Book of Mormon has a great deal of respect for the Jews for they are still believing in the Messiah, and are therefore faithful. Wo unto those who have stopped believing!

The Book of Mormon rightly prophesied that God’s ancient covenant people – the Jews, would be forgotten and the promises or covenants relating to them removed from holy writ, which did occur with the Roman Catholic Church.  

St. Gregory of Nyssa

“Slayers of the Lord, murderers of the prophets, adversaries of God, haters of God, men who show contempt for the laaw, foes of grace, enemies of their father’s faith, advocates of the devil, brood of vipers, slanderers, scoffers, men whose minds are in darkness, leaven of the Pharisees, assembly of demons, sinners, wicked men, stoners, and haters of righteousness.” (fn. 52, p. 26)

St. John Chrysostom, the Golden-Mouthed

“The violence of the language used by St. John Chrysostom in his homilies against the Jews has never been exceeded by any preacher whose sermons have been recorded.” (Malcolm Hay, Thy Brother’s Blood, The Roots of Christian Anti-Semitism, 1975, p. 27)

“The synagogue,” he said, “is worse than a brothel…it is the den of scoundrels and the repair of wild beasts…the temple of demons devoted to idolatrous cults…the refuge of brigands and debauchees, and the cavern of devils.” (Hay, pp. 27-28)

“All Jews were guilty, they had been punished by God, and the punishment would endure for all time. They were condemned by God, said Chrysostom, to a real hell on earth, condemned to a misery which would endure as long as the world lasted.” (Hay, p. 30)

“Immediately after his arrival at Constantinople in 398, he brought his influence to bear on the Emporer, who had granted certain priviliges to the Jews, so that all the laws in their favor were suspended.” (Hay, p. 31)

“This condemnation of the people of Israel, in the name of God, was not forgotten. It helped to strengthen the tradition of hate handed on through the Dark Ages and welcomed by mediavel Christendom, a tradition which has disfigured the whole history of Western Europe. For many centuries the Jews listened to the echo of those three words of St. John Chrysostom, the Golden-Mouthed: ‘God hates you.'” (Hay, pp. 31-32)

Had the Book of Mormon gone freely and unhindered to the churches by not being tied to the church of Joseph Smith, a Hitler would have never emerged.

As soon as The Book of Mormon is freed from the Mormon Church, or as soon as the world understands it is separate, then the Jews will receive it, and incorporate it however they see fit. Peace will then come to their land, and their people, so says The Book of Mormon.