JBMRS list

Volume 1

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Stephen D. Ricks, "Editor's Introduction," Journal of Book of Mormon Studies 1/1 (1992): N/A–N/A. wiki

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    • John L. Sorenson, "When Lehi's Party Arrived in the Land, Did They Find Others There?" (Maxwell Institute)
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    • John L. Hilton and Janet F. Hilton, "A Correlation of the Sidon River and the Lands of Manti and Zarahemla with the Southern End of the Rio Grijalva (San Miguel)" (Maxwell Institute)
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    • Donald W. Parry, "Notes and Communications: "Thus Saith the Lord": Prophetic Language in Samuel's Speech" (Maxwell Institute)
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    • Daniel C. Peterson, "Notes and Communications: "Secret Combinations" Revisited" (Maxwell Institute)
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Volume 2 Issue 1

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    • Kevin Christensen, ""Nigh unto Death": NDE Research and the Book of Mormon" (Maxwell Institute)
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    • Gordon C. Thomasson, "Mosiah: The Complex Symbolism and Symbolic Complex of Kingship in the Book of Mormon" (Maxwell Institute)
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    • Brett L. Holbrook, "The Sword of Laban as a Symbol of Divine Authority and Kingship" (Maxwell Institute)
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    • Daniel N. Rolph, "Prophets, Kings, and Swords: The Sword of Laban and Its Possible Pre-Laban Origin" (Maxwell Institute)
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    • Richard D. Draper, "The Mortal Ministry of the Savior as Understood by the Book of Mormon Prophets" (Maxwell Institute)
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    • Russell H. Ball, "An Hypothesis concerning the Three Days of Darkness among the Nephites" (Maxwell Institute)
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    • Mark J. Morrise, "Simile Curses in the Ancient Near East, Old Testament, and Book of Mormon" (Maxwell Institute)
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    • William J. Hamblin, "Basic Methodological Problems with the Anti-Mormon Approach to the Geography and Archaeology of the Book of Mormon" (Maxwell Institute)
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