Publisher Description

This is volume 32 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: Compassion as the Heart of the Gospel; Revisiting “Sariah” at Elephantine; The Record of My Father; The First Easter; The Crucifixion as a Mockery, Witness, and Warning of the Judgment; Procedural Violations in the Trial of the Woman Taken in Adultery; Joseph Smith: The World’s Greatest Guesser (A Bayesian Statistical Analysis of Positive and Negative Correspondences between the Book of Mormon and The Maya); Joseph Knew First: Moses, the Egyptian Son; The Māori Latter-day Saint Historical Narrative: Additions and Amendments; D&C 21, George Albert Smith, and Hugh B. Brown: A Fresh Look at Three Incidents in Church History; The Lives of Abraham: Seeing Abraham through the Eyes of Second-Temple Jews; “Yes, It’s True, But I Don’t Think They Like to Hear it Quite That Way”: What Spencer W. Kimball Told Elaine Cannon; Prospering in the Land: A Comparison of Covenant Promises in Leviticus and First Nephi 2; “And They Shall Be Had Again”: Onomastic Allusions to Joseph in Moses 1:41 in View of the So-called Canon Formula; and A Nourishing and Accessible Read.

GENRE
Religion & Spirituality
RELEASED
2019
August 16
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
322
Pages
PUBLISHER
The Interpreter Foundation
SELLER
Interpreter Foundation
SIZE
1.6
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