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Positivism and the Priority of Ideology in Mosiah-First Theories of Book of Mormon Production
|Title||Positivism and the Priority of Ideology in Mosiah-First Theories of Book of Mormon Production|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2004|
|Journal||The FARMS Review|
|Keywords||Criticism; Early Church History; Historicity; Seerstones; Smith, Joseph, Jr.; Translation|
Review of “The Priority of Mosiah: A Prelude to Book of Mormon Exegesis” (1993), by Brent Lee Metcalfe; “Historical Criticism and the Book of Mormon: A Personal Encounter” (2002), by Edwin Firmage Jr.; and “Secret Things, Hidden Things: The Seer Story in the Imaginative Economy of Joseph Smith” (2002), by Susan Staker.
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Positivism and the Priority of Ideology in Mosiah-First Theories of Book of Mormon Production." The FARMS Review 16, no. 1 (2004): 11-36. "
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