A New Issue of JBMORS

I’m happy to report that the Maxwell Institute’s Journal of the Book of Mormon and Other Restoration Scripture 20/2 (2011) is out, albeit a tiny tad belatedly.  (In my time zone, at least, we’re already some distance into 2012.)

Here’s a look at the Table of Contents:

John L. Sorenson, “Mormon’s Sources”

Terry B. Ball, “Nibley and the Environment”

Richard E. Bennett, “‘A Nation Now Extinct,’ American Indian Origin Theories as of 1820: Samuel L. Mitchill, Martin Harris, and the New York Theory”

David L. Paulsen, Judson Burton, Kendel J. Christensen, and Martin Pulido, “Redemption of the Dead: Continuing Revelation after Joseph Smith”

Kerry Muhlestein and John Gee, “An Egyptian Context for the Sacrifice of Abraham”

Donald W. Parry and Stephen D. Ricks, “Worthy of Another Look: The Great Isaiah Scroll and the Book of Mormon”

The Journal has now completed twenty years of publication.  Two full decades of often really good stuff.

Back issues are available on-line.  But it’s better, I think, in hard copy.  It can be purchased at the BYU Bookstore, or, if you call 1-800-FARMS-15, you can find out how to subscribe to it.

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