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|Title||Review of Bradley J. Kramer, Beholding the Tree of Life: A Rabbinic Approach to the Book of Mormon|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2015|
|Authors||Rust, Richard Dilworth|
|Journal||BYU Studies Quarterly|
|Type of Article||Review|
|Keywords||1 Nephi; Rabbinic; Tree of Life|
Following Nephi, who understood “the things of the Jews” and who “beheld” the tree of life in his vision, Kramer invites his readers to use rabbinic principles embodied in Nephi’s vision in order to read the Book of Mormon more carefully and rigorously. These principles were put forth by the Talmudic sages, developed by classic medieval Jewish commentators, and emphasized by many contemporary rabbis. In this book that links rabbinic approaches to the Hebrew scriptures and studies of the Book of Mormon, Bradley Kramer sets forth tools developed through centuries by rabbis that help one connect to Jewish modes of studying scripture and help one find greater meanings in the Book of Mormon.
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