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- Daniel C. Peterson
Recent Reflections While Partaking of the Sacrament, vii-xiv
- Matthew L. Bowen
Shazer: An Etymological Proposal in Narrative Context, 1-12
- Jeff Lindsay
- Brad Wilcox, Bruce L. Brown, Wendy Baker-Smemoe, Sharon Black, and Dennis L. Eggett
Comparing Phonemic Patterns in Book of Mormon Personal Names with Fictional and Authentic Sources: An Exploratory Study, 105-122
- Duane Boyce
Text as Afterthought: Jana Riess’s Treatment of the Jacob-Sherem Episode, 123-140
- Nathan B. Oman
Welding Another Link in Wonder’s Chain: The Task of Latter-day Saint Intellectuals in the Church’s Third Century, 141-160
- Duane Boyce
Jacob Did Not Make a False Prediction, 161-174
- John Gee
The Joseph Smith Papers Project Stumbles, 175-184
- Noel B. Reynolds
The Language of the Spirit in the Book of Mormon, 187-222
- Stan Spencer
What Did the Interpreters (Urim and Thummim) Look Like?, 223-256
- Amanda Colleen Brown
Never Static, Never Simple: One Woman’s Conversations Within the Marginalia of If Truth Were a Child, 257-266
- John Hilton III, Ryan Sharp, Brad Wilcox, and Jaron Hansen
Gentiles in the Book of Mormon, 267-288
- Richley Crapo
Lehi, Joseph, and the Kingdom of Israel, 289-304
- Jeffrey M. Bradshaw and Jeffrey M. Bradshaw
Could Joseph Smith Have Drawn on Ancient Manuscripts When He Translated the Story of Enoch?: Recent Updates on a Persistent Question, 305-374