Publisher Description

This is volume 34 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: An American Indian Language Family with Middle Eastern Loanwords: Responding to A Recent Critique, Ministering across Fault Lines of Belief and Community, The Role and Purpose of Synagogues in the Days of Jesus and Paul, Memory and Millennials: A Review of First Vision: Memory and Mormon Origins, The Brass Plates Version of Genesis, The Joseph Smith Papers and the Book of Abraham: A Response to Recent Reviews, A Welcome Response, but Flaws Remain, Taking Stock, A Passover Setting for Lehi’s Exodus, Hugh B. Brown’s Program for Latter-Day Saint Servicemen During WWII, Conclusions in Search of Evidence, Musings on the Birth of the Savior Jesus Christ, He Knows My Affliction: The Hill Onidah as Narrative Counterpart to the Rameumptom, The Prophets Who Wrote the Book of Omni, An Approach to Isaiah Studies, “Somebody Wrote It:” The Book of Mormon’s Missionary Message to a 21st-Century World, Rethinking Alma 36, Light Began Once More to Grow.

GENRE
Religion & Spirituality
RELEASED
2020
February 21
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
324
Pages
PUBLISHER
The Interpreter Foundation
SELLER
Interpreter Foundation
SIZE
1.3
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