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TitleWarfare in the Book of Mormon
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1990
Series EditorRicks, Stephen D., and William J. Hamblin
Number of Pages534
PublisherFoundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies/Deseret Book
CityProvo, UT/Salt Lake City
KeywordsWar Chapters; Warfare

“People may well ask: Why study warfare in the Book of Mormon? There are so many answers, among which are these: to understand better the events in the Book of Mormon, to develop a perspective against which to understand its teachings and messages, to enjoy the interesting lives of a remarkable people, and to aid in assaying the historicity of the book, ” writes John W. Welch at the beginning of Warfare in the Book of Mormon.

Table of Contents

22 Chapters

John W. Welch | pp. 3-24
Richard Dilworth Rust | pp. 29-32
Terrence L. Szink | pp. 35-45
John W. Welch | pp. 46-102
John A. Tvedtnes | pp. 118-123
Hugh W. Nibley | pp. 127-145
Daniel C. Peterson | pp. 146-173
Daniel C. Peterson | pp. 174-224
Brent Merrill | pp. 266-295
William J. Hamblin, Brent Merrill | pp. 329-351
William J. Hamblin, Brent Merrill | pp. 360-364
William J. Hamblin | pp. 365-399
William J. Hamblin | pp. 400-424
William J. Hamblin | pp. 481-499
Warfare in the Book of Mormon