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Journal of Book of Mormon Studies 5/1 (1996)
|Journal of Book of Mormon Studies 5/1 (1996)
|Ricks, Stephen D.
|Year of Publication
|Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies
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Table of Contents
- Looking Over vs. Overlooking Native American Languages: Let’s Void the Void
- Historical Narrative, Literary Narrative— Expelling Poetics from the Republic of History
- The Literary Structure and Doctrinal Significance of Alma 13:1–9
- From Presence to Practice: Jesus, the Sacrament Prayers, the Priesthood, and Church Discipline in 3 Nephi 18 and Moroni 2–6
- Notes and Communications: Alma's Use of State in the Book of Mormon: Evidence of Multiple Authorship
- Notes and Communications: The Iliad and the Book of Mormon
- Eyewitness Descriptions of Mesoamerican Swords
- Notes and Communications: Knowledge of Christ to Come
- Notes and Communications: Two Notes on Egyptian Script
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