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Bennion, John W.. "Book of Mormon Perspectives on Prosperity." Improvement Era 73, no. 5 (1970): 14-15, 17.
Berrett, William E.. "The Relationship of Spirituality to National Prosperity." Improvement Era 55, no. 3 (1952): 160-161, 176-178.
KnoWhy #283 - Why Did Mormon Emphasize The Zoramites’ Costly Apparel? (Alma 31:28). Springville, UT: Book of Mormon Central, 2017.
KnoWhy #518 - Why Does the Book of Mormon Warn Against Seeking after Riches? (Jacob 2:18). Springville, UT: Book of Mormon Central, 2019.
Halverson, Taylor, and Tyler J. Griffin. Come Follow Me Insights (Helaman 7–12). Spingville, UT: Book of Mormon Central, 2020.
Jacobs, Leone O.. "Book of Mormon Gems of Truth: Lesson 17." Relief Society Magazine 40, no. 7 (1953): 482-483.
"The Book of Mormon: Nephite Ideas of the Rich and the Poor." Relief Society Magazine 19, no. 3 (1932): 182-186.
Robison, Lindon J.. "James W. Lucas and Warner P. Woodworth, Working toward Zion: Principles of the United Order for the Modern World." FARMS Review of Books 10, no. 2 (1998): 138-140.
Robson, R. Thayne. Wealth, Attitudes Toward In Encyclopedia of Mormonism, Edited by Daniel H. Ludlow. Vol. 4. New York: Macmillan, 1992.
Chapter 15: Jacob 1–4 In Book of Mormon Student Manual. Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2009.
Tvedtnes, John A.. "Promiscuity and the Search for Wealth." In The Most Correct Book: Insights from a Book of Mormon Scholar, 161-166. Salt Lake City: Cornerstone Publishing, 1999.
Welch, John W.. "Jacob 1-4." In John W. Welch Notes, 239-258. Springville, UT: Book of Mormon Central, 2020.
Wilson, Lynne Hilton. "Come Follow Me - Matthew 19-20; Mark 10; Luke 18." In Come Follow Me Commentary: The New Testament, 357-378. Springville, UT: Book of Mormon Central, 2019.
Woodsworth, Warner P.. "The Socio-Economics of Zion." In The Book of Mormon: Fourth Nephi Through Moroni, From Zion to Destruction, edited by Monte S. Nyman and Charles D. Tate, Jr., 337-352. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, 1995.