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Published by Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Mormons,
  • Periodicals

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Edition Notes

Other titlesBYU studies, Studies
Classifications
LC ClassificationsAS30 .B7, BX8610.A1 B75
The Physical Object
Paginationv. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25182155M
LC Control Number63047805
OCLC/WorldCa1537085

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Publishing scholarship informed by the restored gospel of Jesus Christ since BYU Studies is dedicated to publishing scholarly religious literature in the form of books, journals, and dissertations that is qualified, significant, and inspiring. We want to share these publications to help promote faith, continued learning, and further interest in our LDS history with those in the world who have a positive . Brigham Young University Studies, Volume Author: Brigham Young University: Publisher: Brigham Young University Press, Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. Volume four of the Revelations and Translations series presents for the first time a transcription and complete photographic reproduction of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ holdings of all the manuscripts, grammars, lexical aids, and other resources that were produced in the process of creating the book of g: Brigham Young University. S. Kent Brown, “When Did Jesus Visit the Americas?” in From Jerusalem to Zarahemla: Literary and Historical Studies of the Book of Mormon (Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, ), – When Did Jesus Visit the Americas? Conflicting views exist about when Jesus appeared to his New World disciples.

  A Religious Studies database. This database produced by the American Theological Library Association includes information on topics such as biblical studies, world religions, church history, and religion in social issues. References come from more than journals and other sources and are in 35 languages. Includes several Mormon journals. Plenary Session: Book Reviews a.m. – a.m. Kylie Nielson Turley (Brigham Young University), Mette Harrison’s The Book of Laman. Kimberly Berkey (Loyola University), Shon Hopkin’s Abinadi. Joseph Stuart (University of Utah), Max Mueller’s Race and the Making of the Mormon People. Concurrent Sessions a.m. – p.m. Room 1. Joseph M. Spencer, Brigham Young University: The Journal of Book of Mormon Studies is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to promoting understanding of the history, meaning, and significance of the scriptures and other sacred texts revealed through the Prophet Joseph Smith. These include the Book of Mormon, the Doctrine and Covenants, the.   BYU team combines supercomputers and Henry Eyring’s year-old theory to create a new chemical catalyst. By Aaron Sorenson Octo AM. A group of undergraduate students, graduate students and a post-doctoral scholar in a BYU chemistry lab combine forces and use machine learning to solve a complex chemistry problem. Faith. Devotional: Faith and science, .

A publication of the Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship. Since , the Mormon Studies Review has published review essays to help serious readers make informed choices and judgments about books and other publications on topics related to the Latter-day Saint religious tradition. It has also published substantial freestanding essays that made further contributions to the field. Our flagship publication, BYU Studies Quarterly, provides scholarly insights into a variety of subjects as they relate to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Read BYU Studies Quarterly Many . About three years ago, influential Book of Mormon Scholars from Brigham Young University were in the midst of concluding their careers. With the prospect of these scholars’ departure, Drs. Robert L. Millet, Paul Y. Hoskisson, Dennis L. Largey, and Camille Fronk Olson discovered a need for a formal organization, the Book of Mormon Academy (BOMA), that encouraged and supported a rising . In the journal was renamed Mormon Studies Review. These volumes are located here in ScholarsArchive under the title Review of Books on the Book of Mormon. In , under the auspices of BYU's Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship, Mormon Studies Review relaunched with a new format and editorial direction.