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Journal of Book of Mormon Studies 8/1 (1999)
|Journal of Book of Mormon Studies 8/1 (1999)
|Sorenson, John L.
|Year of Publication
|Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies
The Journal of Book of Mormon Studies is dedicated solely to the serious and faithful study of the Book of Mormon in its historical, linguistic, cultural, and theological context. It is intended to provide a marketplace for serious faithful ideas and insights about the Book of Mormon.
Items in the BMC Archive are made publicly available for non-commercial, private use. Inclusion within the BMC Archive does not imply endorsement. Items do not represent the official views of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or of Book of Mormon Central.
Table of Contents
- A Māori View of the Book of Mormon
- The History of an Idea: The Scene on Stela 5 from Izapa, Mexico, as a Representation of Lehi’s Vision of the Tree of Life
- “Book of Mormon Archaeology,” A Rich Source for LDS Folklore
- A New Artistic Rendering of Izapa Stela 5: A Step toward Improved Interpretation
- Swords and “Cimeters” in the Book of Mormon
- Near Eastern Weapon Parallels
- Ammon and the Mesoamerican Custom of Smiting off Arms
- Unlocking the Sacred Text
- A New Candidate in Arabia for the “Valley of Lemuel”
- New Light
- Book of Mormon Answers
- A Reader’s Library: Efficacious Scholarship
- Out of the Dust
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