Interpreter: A Journal of Latter-day Saint Faith and Scholarship, Volume 30 (2018)
This is volume 30 of Interpreter: A Journal of Latter-day Saint Faith and Scholarship published by The Interpreter Foundation. It contains articles on a variety of topics including: The Interpreter Foundation and an Apostolic Charge, An Ancient Survival Guide: John Bytheway’s Look at Moroni, “And the Meek Also Shall Increase”: The Verb yāsap in Isaiah 29 and Nephi’s Prophetic Allusions to the Name Joseph in 2 Nephi 25–30, A Compelling Case for Theosis, An Inviting Exploration; A Valuable LDS Resource for Learning from the Apocrypha, “If I Pray Not Amiss”, To Be Learned Is Good, If One Stays on the Rails, “They Shall No More Be Confounded”: Moroni’s Wordplay on Joseph in Ether 13:1-13 and Moroni 10:31, Comparing Book of Mormon Names with Those Found in J.R.R. Tolkien’s Works: An Exploratory Study, Et Incarnatus Est: The Imperative for Book of Mormon Historicity, Why Did Northern Israel Fall to the Assyrians? A Weberian Proposal, Marjorie Newton’s Account of the Faith of the Māori Saints: A Critical Appraisal, “By Small Means”: Rethinking the Liahona, The Geology of Moroni’s Stone Box: Examining the Setting and Resources of Palmyra, Orson Scott Card’s “Artifact or Artifice”: Where It Stands After Twenty-five Years, Let There Be a Famine in the Land, Gossamer Thin: 2 Nephi’s “Flaxen Cord” and the Anti-Masonic Thesis, Christmas in Transition: From Figgy Pudding to the Bread of Life.