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Editor's Introduction: Through a Glass, Darkly
|Title||Editor's Introduction: Through a Glass, Darkly|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1997|
|Authors||Peterson, Daniel C., and John Gee|
|Journal||FARMS Review of Books|
|Type of Article||Editor's Introduction|
|Keywords||Ancient America; Archaeology; Doubt; Education; Faith; Historicity; Mesoamerica; Scholarship; Science; Skepticism; Textual Criticism|
Introduction to the current issue, including editor’s picks. So-called biblical scholarship is supposed to be able to differentiate between authors of various texts. A test devised by students for their professor showed some of the flaws of those methods. Though critics complain about the lack of archaeological evidence supporting the Book of Mormon, even the Bible has few archaeological supports.
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