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|Title||BYU Studies 33/2 (1993)|
|Secondary Authors||Welch, John W.|
|Year of Publication||1993|
|Publisher||Brigham Young University|
|Place Published||Provo, UT|
Burial orientation, wine drinking cups, and wooden fish—all found from BYU's excavations in Fayum, Egypt—are symbols of some early Egyptians' Christian faith. Read about it in this issue of BYU Studies. Other articles in this issue talk about fathers fighting abuse, childhood diseases, and caring for the environment. Another article addresses issue of delinquency in adolescents and studies the factors of religion, friends, and family on youth. One article explores neuropathology in the scriptures, documenting such cases as epilepsy and leprosy and paralysis in scriptures.
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