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Journal Retrospective: Perspective from the Editors
|Journal Retrospective: Perspective from the Editors
|Year of Publication
|Rawlins, Jacob D.
|Journal of the Book of Mormon and Other Restoration Scripture
|Scholarship; Scripture Study
The Journal of Book of Mormon Studies was founded in 1992 to be a forum through which faithful LDS scholars could highlight their research on the historical, linguistic, cultural, and theological contexts of the Book of Mormon. Since its founding by Stephen D. Ricks, four other scholars have served as editors of this publication: John L. Sorenson, S. Kent Brown, Andrew H. Hedges, and Paul Y. Hoskisson. Under these scholars’ stewardship, the Journal has developed into the flagship publication of the Maxwell Institute. This article features not only the history of the Journal but also perspectives from each of the editors.
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