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FARMS Review of Books 14/1-2 (2002)
|FARMS Review of Books 14/1-2 (2002)
|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: Historical Concreteness, or Speculative Abstraction?
- Bassett's Latter-day Commentary on the Book of Mormon
- Evaluating the Case for a Limited Great Lakes Setting
- One-Stop Scriptures
- Ancient Literary Forms in the Book of Mormon
- Pressing Forward: A Real Feast
- A General Response to The New Mormon Challenge
- Of Course Mormonism Is Christian
- Am I a Christian?
- Faulty Topography
- A Response to Paul Owen's Comments on Margaret Barker
- Korihor Speaks, or the Misinterpretation of Dreams
- Van Wagoner's Sidney Rigdon: A Portrait of Biographical Excess
- George Q. Cannon and the Faithful Narrative of Mormon History
- Historical Paradigms in Conflict: The Nauvoo Period Revisited
- The Anti-Mormon Attackers
- The Authority of “Academic Freedom”: On Two Cases of Miseducation at BYU
- The Bible Code
- Latter-day Saint Doctrines and the Bible
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