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Brigham Young University Studies 30/3 (Summer 1990)
|Brigham Young University Studies 30/3 (Summer 1990)
|Year of Publication
|Brigham Young University
This special issue of BYU Studies focuses on the Book of Mormon and detailed explorations that can lead to further understanding. Some of the titles are: "The Mulekites," "Naturalistic Assumptions and the Book of Mormon," "A Suggestion for Understanding Ether 3:15," and there is a special highlight of Minerva Teichert as a "Scriptorian and Artist" that explains four of her painting that are then depicted in this issue.
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Table of Contents
- The 'Mulekites'
- Naturalistic Assumptions and the Book of Mormon
- The Doctrine of the Resurrection as Taught in the Book of Mormon
- Lehi and El Niño: A Method of Migration
- Minerva Teichert: Scriptorian and Artist
- "Never Have I Showed Myself Unto Man": A Suggestion for Understanding Ether 3:15a
- Explicating the Mystery of the Rejected Foundation Stone: The Allegory of the Olive Tree
- A Stirring to Remembrance
- On Verifying Wordprint Studies: Book of Mormon Authorship
- His Name
- Laman Struggles Towards Morning
- The Exodus Pattern of the Book of Mormon
- Review of Deciphering the Geography of the Book of Mormon and An Ancient American Setting for the Book of Mormon
- Review of Joseph L. Allen, Exploring the Lands of the Book of Mormon
- The River Sidon
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