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KnoWhy #129 - Why Did Mormon Include Flashbacks in His Narrative? (Alma 21:13). Springville, UT: Book of Mormon Central, 2016.
KnoWhy #264 - Why Are there Multiple Accounts of Joseph Smith and Alma’s Visions? (Alma 36:6-7). Springville, UT: Book of Mormon Central, 2017.
Boyce, Duane. "The Ammonites Were Not Pacifists." Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture 20 (2016): 293-313.
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Line, C. Robert. "“With Power and Authority of God”: Principles of Missionary Success." In Living the Book of Mormon: Abiding by Its Precepts, edited by Gaye Strathearn and Charles Swift, 211-222. Provo, UT/Salt Lake City: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University/Deseret Book, 2007.
Livingston, Jody. Angel appears to Alma the Younger and the Sons of Mosiah. Springville, UT: Book of Mormon Central, 2016.
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Reynolds, George. "Chapter XXII." In The Story of the Book of Mormon, 140-143. Salt Lake City: Joseph Hyrum Parry, 1888.
Reynolds, George. "Chapter XVI." In The Story of the Book of Mormon, 112-118. Salt Lake City: Joseph Hyrum Parry, 1888.
Reynolds, George. "Chapter XVII." In The Story of the Book of Mormon, 119-120. Salt Lake City: Joseph Hyrum Parry, 1888.
Reynolds, George. "Chapter XVIII." In The Story of the Book of Mormon, 121-123. Salt Lake City: Joseph Hyrum Parry, 1888.
Reynolds, George. "Chapter XIX." In The Story of the Book of Mormon, 123-131. Salt Lake City: Joseph Hyrum Parry, 1888.
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Book of Mormon Stories: The Sons of Mosiah Become Missionaries., 2011.
Chapter 27: Alma 17–22 In Book of Mormon Student Manual. Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2009.
Book of Mormon Stories: Alma the Younger Repents., 2011.
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Williams, Caleb. The Angel Appears to Alma the Younger and the Sons of Mosiah., 2019.
Williams, Clyde J.. "Instruments in the Hands of God: The Message of Alma 17-27." In The Book of Mormon: Alma, The Testimony of the Word, edited by Monte S. Nyman and Charles D. Tate, Jr., 89-105. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 1992.