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ARTICLES
  1. Editor's Introduction: By What Measure Shall We Mete?
  2. Annual FARMS Lecture: The Book of Mormon, Designed for Our Day
  3. Book of Mormon Companion: Dictionary & More.
  4. A Sure Foundation: Answers to Difficult Gospel Questions
  5. Mormonism: The Prophet, the Book and the Cult.
  6. Orson Scott Card: How a Great Science Fictionist Uses the Book of Mormon
  7. Christ's Answer to the Atheist, to the Jew: Who Wrote It?
  8. The Keystone of Mormonism: Early Visions of the Prophet Joseph Smith
  9. The Land of the Nephites
  10. Converted to Christ through the Book of Mormon
  11. A Book of Mormon Guide: A Simple Way to Teach a Friend
  12. A Hermeneutic of Sacred Texts: Historicism, Revisionism, Positivism, and the Bible and Book of Mormon
  13. Tennis Shoes among the Nephites: A Novel
  14. Christianity in America before Columbus?
  15. By Grace Are We Saved
  16. "Polishing God's Altars": Fictionally Wresting the Book of Mormon
  17. A Reading Guide to the Book of Mormon
  18. Time Vindicates Hugh Nibley
  19. Lehi in the Desert, The World of the Jaredites, There Were Jaredites
  20. Ecological Nomadism versus Epic Heroism in Ether: Nibley's Works on the Jaredites
  21. The Prophetic Book of Mormon
  22. Since Cumorah
  23. The Book of Mormon: Second Nephi, The Doctrinal Structure
  24. Joseph Smith and the Origins of the Book of Mormon
  25. American Book of Mormon Map
  26. Book of Mormon: Wide-Margin Edition
  27. Are the Mormon Scriptures Reliable?
  28. Indian Origins and the Book of Mormon
  29. Little Known Evidences of the Book of Mormon
  30. Little Known Evidences of the Book of Mormon
  31. Book of Mormon Bibliography
  32. About the Reviewers

About the Reviewers

Lewis M. Bastian, Ed.D., is an Instructor of Religious Education at Brigham Young University.

Elouise Bell is Professor of English at Brigham Young University.

Susan Easton Black, Ed.D., is Associate Professor of Church History and Doctrine at Brigham Young University.

Kevin Christensen is a technical writer living in San Jose, California.

Richard H. Cracroft, Ph.D., is Professor of English at Brigham Young University.

Eugene England, Ph.D., is Professor of English at Brigham Young University.

John Gee is a graduate student in Near Eastern Studies at University of California, Berkeley.

Gary P. Gillum is Ancient Studies and Religion Librarian at Brigham Young University.

Daniel W. Graham, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Brigham Young University.

William J. Hamblin, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of History at Brigham Young University.

David B. Honey, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Chinese at Brigham Young University.

Paul Y. Hoskisson, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Ancient Scripture at Brigham Young University.

Daniel B. McKinlay is a research assistant for the Encyclopedia of Mormonism.

L. Ara Norwood is a researcher, speaker, and sales trainer in southern California.

David A. Palmer, Ph.D., of Naperville, Illinois, is a chemical engineer with Amoco Chemical.

Daniel C. Peterson, Ph.D., is assistant professor of Islamic Studies and Arabic at Brigham Young University.

Larry C. Porter, Ph.D., is Professor of Church History and Doctrine at Brigham Young University.

Noel B. Reynolds, Ph.D., is Professor of Political Science at Brigham Young University.

Shirley S. Ricks, Ph.D., is production editor for the Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies.

Stephen D. Ricks, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Hebrew and Semitic Languages at Brigham Young University.

John A. Tvedtnes holds graduate degrees in Linguistics and Middle Eastern Studies from the University of Utah.

Bruce W. Warren, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Brigham Young University.

Diane E. Wirth is a writer and lecturer on Mesoamerican iconography based in Westford, Massachusetts.