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Warfare in the Book of Mormon
|Title||Warfare in the Book of Mormon|
|Year of Publication||1990|
|Series Editor||Ricks, Stephen D., and William J. Hamblin|
|Number of Pages||534|
|Publisher||Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies/Deseret Book|
|City||Provo, UT/Salt Lake City|
|Keywords||War Chapters; Warfare|
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Table of Contents
- Why Study Warfare in the Book of Mormon?
- Why Is So Much of the Book of Mormon Given Over to Military Accounts?
- Purpose of the War Chapters in the Book of Mormon
- An Oath of Allegiance in the Book of Mormon
- Law and War in the Book of Mormon
- "Holy War": The Sacral Ideology of War in the Book of Mormon and in the Ancient Near East
- The Sons of Mosiah: Emissaries of Peace
- Warfare and the Book of Mormon
- The Gadianton Robbers as Guerrilla Warriors
- Notes on "Gadianton Masonry"
- Secret Combinations, Warfare, and Captive Sacrifice in Mesoamerica and the Book of Mormon
- The Impact of Shifting Cultural Assumptions on the Military Policies Directing Armed Conflict Reported in the Book of Alma
- Nephite Captains and Armies
- Book of Mormon Tribal Affiliation and Military Castes
- Swords in the Book of Mormon
- Scimitars, Cimeters! We Have Scimitars! Do We Need Another Cimeter?
- Notes on the Cimeter (Scimitar) in the Book of Mormon
- The Bow and Arrow in the Book of Mormon
- Armor in the Book of Mormon
- Fortifications in the Book of Mormon Account Compared with Mesoamerican Fortifications
- Seasonality of Warfare in the Book of Mormon and Mesoamerica
- The Importance of Warfare in Book of Mormon Studies
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