About the Reviewers

T. Lynn Elliott (Ph.D., University of Virginia) is the coordinator of performance tours at Brigham Young University.

Robert L. Garrett (B.S., Weber State University) is a master's student of theology at Loyola University of Chicago.

John Gee (Ph.D., Yale University) is assistant research professor with the Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies at Brigham Young University.

Alan Goff (Doctor of Arts, University at Albany) is associate professor at the DeVry Institute of Technology in Phoenix, Arizona.

Cynthia L. Hallen (Ph.D., University of Arizona) is associate professor of linguistics and philology at Brigham Young University. She has performed services in lexicography and exegesis for the LDS Church Translation Department.

William J. Hamblin (Ph.D., University of Michigan) is associate professor of history at Brigham Young University.

Grant Hardy (Ph.D., Yale University) is associate professor and chairman of the History Department at the University of North Carolina at Asheville. His book Worlds of Bronze and Bamboo: Sima Qian's Conquest of History was published last year by Columbia University Press.

Brian M. Hauglid (Ph.D., University of Utah) is assistant professor of ancient scripture at Brigham Young University.

Rhett S. James, a teacher at the Logan LDS Institute of Religion for twenty-seven years, is a historian, folklorist, poet, and playwright. His books include The Painter: A Western Odyssey; Utah Statehood 1896; and Martin Harris, The Man Who Knew.

D. Lynn Johnson (Ph.D., University of Utah) is professor of mate rials sciences and engineering at Northwestern University in Evan ston, Illinois.

Andrew J. McDonald (Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin) is an independent researcher residing in Mapleton, Utah.

James McLachlan (Ph.D., University of Toronto) is associate professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religion at Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, North Carolina. McLachlan is presently on research leave and is a visiting scholar at the Center for Process Studies at the Claremont School of Theology and in the De partment of Philosophy of the University of California at Riverside.

David Rolph Seely (Ph.D., University of Michigan) is associate professor of ancient scripture at Brigham Young University.

Royal Skousen (Ph.D., University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana) is professor of English and linguistics at Brigham Young University.

Terry Szink (Ph.D. cand., UCLA) is instructor of ancient scripture at Brigham Young University.

John A. Tvedtnes (2 M.A.s, University of Utah) is associate director of research with the Foundation for Ancient Research and Mor mon Studies at Brigham Young University.

David Waltz was part owner of a multimillion-dollar corporation that was sold in 1997. He is a serious student of the Christian religion, reading an average of five books per week (his personal library has over fourteen thousand books on Christianity and related topics).