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FARMS Review of Books 13/2 (2001)
|FARMS Review of Books 13/2 (2001)
|Peterson, Daniel C.
|Year of Publication
|Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies
The principal purpose of the FARMS Review of Books is to help serious readers make informed choices and judgments about books published, primarily on the Book of Mormon. The evaluations are intended to encourage reliable scholarship on the Book of Mormon.
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Table of Contents
- Editor's Introduction: Q&A
- A Musical Message of Faith and Repentance
- Lehi of Africa
- The Other Stuff: Reading the Book of Mormon for Cultural Information
- Hidden Ancient Records Abound
- An Analysis from a Teacher's Perspective
- Mormon Anti-Intellectualism: A Reply
- Approach to John Gee, Guide to the Joseph Smith Papyri
- Faith without Caricature?
- The Pervasiveness of the Temple in Religious Thought
- Joseph or Jung? A Response to Douglas Salmon
- The Development of the Mormon Understanding of God: Early Mormon Modalism and Other Myths
- A Faint but Interesting Christian Voice from the Dust of Egypt
- Maximus Nothus Decretum: A Look at the Recent Catholic Declaration Regarding Latter-day Saint Baptisms
- Clearing up Misconceptions
- A Passion for Faultfinding: The Deconversion of a Former Catholic Priest
- Finders of the Lost Ark
- 2000 Book of Mormon Bibliography
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