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Uchtdorf, Dieter F. “Fellow Travelers, Brothers and Sisters, Children of God.” BYU Studies Quarterly 61, no. 1 (2022): 27.
ID = [10550]  Type = journal article  Date = 2022-01-01  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 14050  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:27
Ulrich, Laurel Thatcher. “Sister Saints: Mormon Women since the End of Polygamy.” BYU Studies Quarterly 58, no. 1 (2019): 137.
ID = [12382]  Type = journal article  Date = 2019-01-01  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 9180  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:06:48
Ulrich, Laurel Thatcher. “Why Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History.” BYU Studies Quarterly 59, no. 3 (2020): 197.
ID = [10419]  Type = journal article  Date = 2020-01-03  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 16163  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:26
Unattributed. “1970 Research Project.” Brigham Young University Studies 10, no. 3 (1970): 320.
ID = [9672]  Type = journal article  Date = 1970-01-02  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 1113  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:25
Unattributed. “Ammon’s Rehearsal.” BYU Studies 37, no. 1 (1997): 205.
ID = [11914]  Type = journal article  Date = 1997-01-01  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 1550  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:30
Unattributed. “A Bibliography of New Testament Bibliographies.” Brigham Young University Studies 8, no. 3 (1968): 356.
ID = [9787]  Type = journal article  Date = 1968-01-02  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 1052  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:25
Unattributed, ed. Blasphemers and Believers: Personal Reactions to the Book of Mormon. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2011.

This compilation of groundbreaking Book of Mormon articles is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles on various believers and nonbelievers, including William E. McLellan, Mark Twain, B. H. Roberts, and Minerva Teichert. Contents “William E. McLellan’s Testimony of the Book of Mormon” Larry C. Porter “‘The Testimony of Men’: William E. McLellin and the Book of Mormon Witnesses” Mitchell K. Schaefer “The Gentle Blasphemer: Mark Twain, Holy Scripture, and the Book of Mormon” Richard H. Cracroft “B. H. Roberts and the Book of Mormon” Truman G. Madsen “Minerva Teichert: Scriptorian and Artist” Marian Ashby Johnson “Minerva Teichert: A Passion for the Book of Mormon” John W. Welch and Doris R. Dant

ID = [75257]  Type = book  Date = 2011-01-01  Collections = bom,byu-studies,church-history  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. Book of Mormon Archaeology and Anthropology. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2012.

This compilation of groundbreaking Book of Mormon articles is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles on archaeological and anthropological aspects of the Book of Mormon, such as the use of the wheel in ancient America, Hagoth and the Polynesian tradition, the Mulekites, ancient writing in the Americas, and the use of metal plates in the ancient world. Contents “Archaeological Trends and the Book of Mormon Origins” John E. Clark “Notes on ‘Lehi’s Travels’” Robert J. Matthews “The Wheel in Ancient America” Paul R. Cheesman “Hagoth and the Polynesian Tradition” Jerry K. Loveland “The ‘Mulekites’” John L. Sorenson “Ancient Writing in the Americas” Paul R. Cheesman “The Book of Mormon as an Ancient Book” C. Wilfred Griggs “Metallic Documents of Antiquity” H. Curtis Wright “Two Ancient Roman Plates” John W. Welch and Kelsey D. Lambert “A Metallurgical Provenance Study of the Marcus Herennius Military Diploma” Michael J. Dorais and Garret L. Hart “An Analysis of the Padilla Gold Plates” Ray T. Matheny “Mormonism’s Encounter with the Michigan Relics” Mark Ashurst-McGee “Tools Leave Marks: Material Analysis of the Scotford-Soper-Savage Michigan Relics” Richard B. Stamps

ID = [75258]  Type = book  Date = 2012-01-01  Collections = bom,byu-studies  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. The Book of Mormon as Literature. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2012.

This compilation of groundbreaking Book of Mormon articles is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles that look at literary aspects of the Book of Mormon, including a lyric reading of Nephi’s psalm, the exodus pattern and Moses typology in the book, the literary context that affected its acceptance in England in 1837, a comparison of the Book of Mormon with the Narrative of Zosimus, and even an analysis of the book’s purported verbosity. Contents “The Book of Mormon in the English Literary Context of 1837” Gordon K. Thomas “The Psalm of Nephi: A Lyric Reading” Steven P. Sondrup “The Exodus Pattern in the Book of Mormon” S. Kent Brown “The Israelite Background of Moses Typology in the Book of Mormon” Noel B. Reynolds “The Throne-Theophany and Prophetic Commission in 1 Nephi: A Form-Critical Analysis” Blake T. Ostler “The Treaty/Covenant Pattern in King Benjamin’s Address (Mosiah 1–6)” Stephen D. Ricks “The Narrative of Zosimus and the Book of Mormon” John W. Welch “More Than Meets the Eye: Concentration of the Book of Mormon” Steven C. Walker “Taste and Feast: Images of Eating and Drinking in the Book of Mormon” Richard Dilworth Rust “The ‘Perfect Pattern’: The Book of Mormon as a Model for the Writing of Sacred History” Eric C. Olson

ID = [75349]  Type = book  Date = 2012-01-01  Collections = bom,byu-studies  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. The Bringing Forth of Modern Scriptures. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2014.

This ebook contains a variety of articles from BYU Studies on aspects of modern scripture. It begins with a series of four articles by the Joseph Smith Papers editors who were involved in publishing the Book of Commandments and Revelations, which contains the earliest version of several of Joseph Smith’s revelations. Robert J. Woodford, Robin S. Jensen, Steven C. Harper, and Grant Underwood discuss the history of the BCR, its provenance, and some of the most relevant features of this unique document, one of the most significant finds in LDS Church history in recent years. In other articles, Scott H. Faulring examines the 1829 “Articles of the Church of Christ”; Robert J. Matthews discusses text of Joseph Smith’s Inspired Version of the Bible; Thomas Sherry recounts Matthews’s work with the RLDS Church in gaining access to original documents involved in Joseph’s Bible translation; James R. Harris examines changes in the book of Moses and their implications; Hugh Nibley offers an introduction to studying the book of Abraham; Robert J. Matthews discusses the 1979 and 1981 editions of the Standard Works; and Lyndon W. Cook explores a 1902 textual change in the fourth Article of Faith. Contents “The Voice of the Prophet” Steven C. Walker “Introducing A Book of Commandments and Revelations, a Major New Documentary ‘Discovery’” Robert J. Woodford “From Manuscript to Printed Page: An Analysis of the History of the Book of Commandments and Revelations” Robin S. Jensen “Historical Headnotes and the Index of Contents in the Book of Commandments and Revelations” Steven C. Harper “Revelation, Text, and Revision: Insight from the Book of Commandments and Revelations” Grant Underwood “More Than an Index: The First Reference Guide to the Doctrine and Covenants as a Window into Early Mormonism” Grant Underwood “A Study of the Text of Joseph Smith’s Inspired Version of the Bible” Robert J. Matthews “Robert J. Matthews and the RLDS Church’s Inspired Version of the Bible” Thomas E. Sherry Changes in the Book of Moses and Their Implications upon a Concept of Revelation” James R. Harris “Prolegomena to Any Study of the Book of Abraham” Hugh Nibley “The New Publications of the Standard Works—1979, 1981” Robert J. Matthews “Note on the Articles of Faith” Lyndon W. Cook”

ID = [75350]  Type = book  Date = 2014-01-01  Collections = byu-studies,church-history,d-c  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. Chiasmus and Book of Mormon Textual Studies. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2012.

This compilation of groundbreaking Book of Mormon articles is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles on Hebraisms and chiasmus in the Book of Mormon, as well as articles discussing emendation of the text, naturalistic assumptions, wordprint analyses, variations between copies of the first edition, and more. Contents “Hebraisms in the Book of Mormon: A Preliminary Survey” John A. Tvedtnes “Chiasmus in the Book of Mormon” John W. Welch “Does Chiasmus Appear in the Book of Mormon by Chance?” Boyd F. Edwards and W. Farrell Edwards “When Are Chiasms Admissible as Evidence?” Boyd F. Edwards and W. Farrell Edwards “Conjectural Emendation and the Text of the Book of Mormon” Stan Larson “Naturalistic Assumptions and the Book of Mormon” Gary F. Novak “View of the Hebrews: Substitute for Inspiration?” Spencer J. Palmer and William L. Knecht “Who Wrote the Book of Mormon? An Analysis of Wordprints” Wayne A. Larsen, Alvin C. Rencher, and Tim Layton “On Verifying Wordprint Studies: Book of Mormon Authorship” John L. Hilton “Variations between Copies of the First Edition of the Book of Mormon” Janet Jenson “Towards a Critical Edition of the Book of Mormon” Royal Skousen

ID = [75268]  Type = book  Date = 2012-01-01  Collections = bom,byu-studies  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. The Coming Forth of the Book of Mormon. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2012.

This compilation of groundbreaking Book of Mormon articles is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles on Moroni’s visits, the Anthon transcript, the original Book of Mormon manuscript, the Dogberry Papers, copyright law in 1830, and more. Contents “A Survey of Pre-1830 Historical Sources Relating to the Book of Mormon” David A. Palmer “Where Were the Moroni Visits?” Russell R. Rich “The Anthon Transcript: People, Primary Sources, and Problems” Stanley B. Kimball “The Colesville Branch and the Coming Forth of the Book of Mormon” Larry C. Porter “The Original Book of Mormon Manuscript” Dean C. Jessee “The Dogberry Papers and the Book of Mormon” Russell R. Rich “Copyright Laws and the 1830 Book of Mormon” Nathaniel Hinckley Wadsworth “‘Securing’ the Prophet’s Copyright in the Book of Mormon: Historical and Legal Context for the So-called Canadian Copyright Revelation” Stephen Kent Ehat “‘Entered At Stationers’ Hall’: The British Copyright Registrations for the Book of Mormon in 1841 and the Doctrine and Covenants in 1845” Edward L. Carter “The Coming Forth of the Book of Mormon in the Twentieth Century” Noel B. Reynolds

ID = [75354]  Type = book  Date = 2012-01-01  Collections = bom,byu-studies,church-history,d-c  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed. “Contributors.” BYU Studies 44, no. 4 (2005): 317.
ID = [12395]  Type = journal article  Date = 2005-01-04  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 3222  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:06:48
Unattributed. “Discourses of the Prophet Joseph Smith.” Brigham Young University Studies 7, no. 2 (1966): 167.
ID = [9851]  Type = journal article  Date = 1966-01-01  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 2397  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:25
Unattributed, ed. Doctrinal Developments in the Early Church. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2012.

This compilation of groundbreaking articles about Joseph Smith’s doctrinal teachings is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles on the law of adoption, Mormon perceptions of death, the preexistence, the King Follett Discourse, corporeality, and more. Contents “Doctrinal Development of the Church during the Nauvoo Sojourn, 1839–46” T. Edgar Lyon “An Epistle of the Twelve, March 1842” Josh E. Probert “Some Significant Texts of Joseph Smith’s Inspired Version of the Bible” Robert J. Matthews “The Law of Adoption: One Phase of the Development of the Mormon Concept of Salvation, 1830–1900” Gordon Irving “To Overcome the ‘Last Enemy’: Early Mormon Perceptions of Death” M. Guy Bishop “‘Saved or Damned’: Tracing a Persistent Protestantism in Early Mormon Thought” Grant Underwood “The Development of the Doctrine of Preexistence, 1830–1844” Charles R. Harrell “The Doctrinal Impact of the King Follett Discourse” Van Hale “Examining Six Key Concepts in Joseph Smith’s Understanding of Genesis 1:1” Kevin L. Barney “Are Christians Mormon? Reassessing Joseph Smith’s Theology in His Bicentennial” David Paulsen

ID = [75272]  Type = book  Date = 2012-01-01  Collections = byu-studies,church-history  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. Doctrines in the Book of Mormon. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2012.

This compilation of groundbreaking Book of Mormon articles is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles that look at doctrines in the Book of Mormon, including resurrection, the allegory of the olive tree, and the appearance of Jesus Christ to the brother of Jared. Contents “The Doctrine of the Resurrection as Taught in the Book of Mormon” Robert J. Matthews “Explicating the Mystery of the Rejected Foundation Stone: The Allegory of the Olive Tree” Paul Y. Hoskisson “The Gospel of Jesus Christ as Taught by the Nephite Prophets” Noel B. Reynolds “‘Never Have I Showed Myself unto Man’: A Suggestion for Understanding Ether 3:15a” Kent P. Jackson Personal Essay: “Watermelons, Alma 32, and the Experimental Method” Joseph Thomas Hepworth Review of The Allegory of the Olive Tree: The Olive, the Bible, and Jacob 5 Reviewed by David B. Honey

ID = [75273]  Type = book  Date = 2012-01-01  Collections = bom,byu-studies  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. Early Mormon Polygamy. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2013.

This compilation of articles and book reviews on Mormon polygamy is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles on the Church’s legal confrontation with government over polygamy, various aspects of plural marriage in St. George, the perspectives of two prominent Mormon plural wives (Eliza R. Snow and Emmeline B. Wells), and several reviews of books addressing various aspects of polygamy. Contents “Letters on Mormon Polygamy and Progeny: Eliza R. Snow and Martin Luther Holbrook, 1866–1869” Jill Mulvay Derr and Matthew J. Grow “A Strange Encounter: The English Courts and Mormon Polygamy” Kenneth L. Cannon II “Emmeline B. Wells: ‘Am I Not a Woman and a Sister?’” Carol Cornwall Madsen “The Legislative Antipolygamy Campaign” Richard D. Poll “The Mormon Disfranchisements of 1882 to 1892” Joseph H. Groberg “The Judicial Campaign against Polygamy and the Enduring Legal Questions” Edwin Brown Firmage “Probing the High Prevalence of Polygyny in St. George, 1861–1880: An Introduction” Davis Bitton, Val Lambson, Lowell C. Bennion, and Kathryn M. Daynes “Demographic Limits of Nineteenth-Century Mormon Polygyny” Davis Bitton and Val Lambson “Mapping the Extent of Plural Marriage in St. George, 1861–1880” Lowell C. Bennion “Striving to Live the Principle in Utah’s First Temple City: A Snapshot of Polygamy in St. George, Utah, in June 1880” Kathryn M. Daynes “Plural Marriage in St. George: A Summary and an Invitation” Davis Bitton, Val Lambson, Lowell C. Bennion, and Kathryn M. Daynes Review of Elizabeth Wood Kane, Twelve Mormon Homes Visited in Successions on a Journey Through Utah to Arizona Reviewed by Eugene E. Campbell Review of Jessie L. Embry, Mormon Polygamous Families: Life in the Principle Reviewed by Kahlile Mehr Review of Larry M. Logue, A Sermon in the Desert: Belief and Behavior in Early St. George, Utah Reviewed by Armand L. Mauss Review of Richard S. Van Wagoner, Mormon Polygamy: A History, 2d ed. Reviewed by Thomas G. Alexander Review of Jennifer Moulton Hansen, Letters of Catharine Cottam Romney, Plural Wife; Maria S. Ellsworth, Mormon Odyssey: The Story of Ida Hunt Udall, Plural Wife; and Stan Larson, Prisoner for Polygamy: The Memoirs and Letters of Rudger Clawson at the Utah Territorial Penitentiary, 1884–87 Reviewed by Kathryn M. Daynes Review of Joan Smyth Iversen, The Antipolygamy Controversy in U.S. Women’s Movements, 1880–1925: A Debate on the American Home Reviewed by Jed L. Woodworth Review of Norman R. Bowen, A Gentile Account of Life in Utah’s Dixie, 1872–73: Elizabeth Kane’s St. George Journal Reviewed by Carol Cornwall Madsen Review of Sarah Barringer Gordon, The Mormon Question: Polygamy and Constitutional Conflict in Nineteenth-Century America Reviewed by Nathan B. Oman and Reviewed by Terryl L. Givens Review of Kathryn M. Daynes, More Wives Than One: Transformation of the Mormon Marriage System, 1840–1910 Reviewed by Sarah Barringer Gordon Review of Brian C. Hales, Modern Polygamy and Mormon Fundamentalism: The Generations after the Manifesto Reviewed by J. Michael Hunter Review of B. Carmon Hardy, Doing the Works of Abraham: Mormon Polygamy, Its Origin, Practice, and Demise Reviewed by Kathryn M. Daynes Review of George D. Smith, Nauvoo Polygamy: “. . . but we called it celestial marriage” Reviewed by Thomas G. Alexander

ID = [75275]  Type = book  Date = 2013-01-01  Collections = byu-studies,church-history  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. Educating Zion. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2014.

Twenty-three landmark speeches by Church and University leaders about the religious and academic nature of education in Zion and BYU. These speeches have charted and refined the singular course of LDS higher education. Everyone will want to be familiar with these valuable statements about academic learning in a spiritual atmosphere by some of our greatest educators, including karl G. Maeser, David O. McKay, Hugh B. Brown, Dallin H. Oaks, Rex E. Lee, Jeffrey R. Holland, Boyd K. Packer, Neal A. Maxwell, Gordon B. Hinckley, and Spencer W. Kimball.

ID = [75276]  Type = book  Date = 2014-01-01  Collections = byu-studies,church-history  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. Enoch and the Temple. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2014.

This ebook contains three articles from a conference on Enoch and the temple that was cosponsored by BYU Studies in February 2013 at Utah State University and BYU. George Nickelsburg, an eminent biblical scholar, identifies much temple content in the book of 1 Enoch: Enoch’s commissioning and ascension into the heavenly sanctuary. David Larsen discusses ancient sources regarding a community ascending to heaven as a group. Jeffrey M. Bradshaw shows what ties together the stories about Adam, Eve, Enoch, and Noah in the Book of Moses. The answer, unexpectedly, has to do again with temple motifs, all of which culminate with Enoch in Moses 6–7. The original video presentations of these articles are also included. Finally, this ebook contains an article by Stephen D. Ricks discussing the prophetic commission of Enoch, which is a striking example of a “narrative” type of call (see Moses 6:23–36). This study considers the elements of the narrative call pattern; those elements of this form found in the prophetic commission of Enoch are examined and compared with the biblical narrative call passages. Contents “The Temple According to 1 Enoch” George W. E. Nickelsburg “Enoch and the City of Zion: Can an Entire Community Ascend to Heaven?” David J. Larsen “The LDS Story of Enoch as the Culminating Episode of a Temple Text” Jeffrey M. Bradshaw “The Narrative Call Pattern in the Prophetic Commission of Enoch (Moses 6)” Stephen D. Ricks Video Presentations from the conference “Enoch and the Temple”

ID = [75278]  Type = book  Date = 2014-01-01  Collections = bom,byu-studies,moses,temples  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed. “Four Faith Promoting Classics.” Brigham Young University Studies 9, no. 2 (1969): 232.
ID = [9746]  Type = journal article  Date = 1969-01-01  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 1684  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:25
Unattributed. “Gallery Display.” BYU Studies 44, no. 4 (2005): 119.
ID = [11437]  Type = journal article  Date = 2005-01-04  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 1501  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:29
Unattributed. “The Gospel: God, Man, and Truth.” Brigham Young University Studies 6, no. 3 (1965): 190.
ID = [9874]  Type = journal article  Date = 1965-01-02  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 1207  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:25
Unattributed, ed. The Handcart Migration. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2013.

This compilation of groundbreaking articles about the handcart migration is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles on the Martin company at the Sweetwater; Francis Webster’s testimony regarding the Martin company; weather, disaster and responsibility; and reviews of books about the handcart migration. Contents “Francis Webster: The Unique Story of One Handcart Pioneer’s Faith and Sacrifice” Chad M. Orton “Weather, Disaster, and Responsibility: An Essay on the Willie and Martin Handcart Story” Howard A. Christy “The Martin Handcart Company at the Sweetwater: Another Look” Chad M. Orton Review of LeRoy R. Hafen and Ann W. Hafen, Handcarts to Zion Reviewed by S. Lyman Tyler Review of Gary Duane Long, The Journey of the James G. Willie Handcart Company Reviewed by Howard A. Christy Review of Allen C. Christenson, Before Zion: An Account of the Seventh Handcart Company Reviewed by Paul D. Lyman

ID = [75357]  Type = book  Date = 2013-01-01  Collections = byu-studies,church-history  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed. “The Holy Land: A Premodern Photo Tour.” BYU Studies 37, no. 4 (1998): 65.
ID = [11848]  Type = journal article  Date = 1998-01-02  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 3434  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:30
Unattributed. “Illustrations.” BYU Studies 43, no. 1 (2004): 0.
ID = [12396]  Type = journal article  Date = 2004-01-01  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 1518  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:06:48
Unattributed. “Images of Spencer W. Kimball: A Photo Essay.” Brigham Young University Studies 25, no. 4 (1985): 91.
ID = [12350]  Type = journal article  Date = 1985-01-04  Collections = byu-studies  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:06:48
Unattributed. “In Memoriam (Harvey Darrel Taylor, 1917–1963).” Brigham Young University Studies 5, no. 3 (1964): 137.
ID = [9891]  Type = journal article  Date = 1964-01-02  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 1536  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:25
Unattributed. “In Memoriam, Harry Mason Reid (1939–2021).” BYU Studies Quarterly 61, no. 1 (2022): 5.
ID = [10546]  Type = journal article  Date = 2022-01-01  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 2346  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:27
Unattributed. “Index and Concordance to the Teachings of the Prophet Joseph ;Smith.” Brigham Young University Studies 8, no. 3 (1968): 358.
ID = [9790]  Type = journal article  Date = 1968-01-02  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 827  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:25
Unattributed. “Index Volume IV: 1961–62.” Brigham Young University Studies 4, no. 3 (1962): 291.
ID = [9927]  Type = journal article  Date = 1962-01-03  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 5552  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:25
Unattributed. “Index Volumes I, II, and III: 1959–1961.” Brigham Young University Studies 3, no. 3 (1961): 109.
ID = [9971]  Type = journal article  Date = 1961-01-03  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 11144  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:25
Unattributed, ed. Islam and Mormonism. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2012.

This compilation of groundbreaking articles about Mormon views on Islam is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume explores the relationship between a major world religion (Islam) and what some scholars have called the newest world religion (Mormonism). It includes articles on such topics as building bridges of understanding, the language of God, Jerusalem’s role as a holy city, the evolving relationship between Islam and Mormonism, and artistry and aesthetics in Mormon and Iranian films.

ID = [75285]  Type = book  Date = 2012-01-01  Collections = byu-studies,theology  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. Joseph Smith and Comparative Theology. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2012.

This compilation of groundbreaking articles comparing Joseph Smith’s theology with the views of other religions and individuals is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles on the Shakers, the making of a global religion, the problem of evil, the corporeality of God, Søren Kierkegaard, open and relational theology, preexilic Israelite religion, Calvinism, Catholic liturgy, divine embodiment, and more. Contents “Joseph Smith Challenges the Theological World” David Paulsen “‘Is Mormonism Christian?’; Reflections on a Complicated Question” Jan Shipps “What Does It Mean to Be a Christian? The Views of Joseph Smith and Søren Kierkegaard” David Paulsen “Open and Relational Theology: An Evangelical in Dialogue with a Latter-day Saint” Clark H. Pinnock and David Paulsen “What Does God Think about America? Some Challenges for Evangelicals and Mormons” Richard J. Mouw “Joseph Smith and Preexilic Israelite Religion” Margaret Barker “Joseph Smith Encounters Calvinism” Robert L. Millet “Early Mormon and Shaker Visions of Sanctified Community” J. Spencer Fluhman “The Catholic Liturgy and the Mormon Temple” Marcus von Wellnitz “The Doctrine of Divine Embodiment: Restoration, Judeo-Christian, and Philosophical Perspectives” David Paulsen “Conversation in Nauvoo about the Corporeality of God” Jacob Neusner “A New Pneumatology: Comparing Joseph Smith’s Doctrine of the Spirit with His Contemporaries and the Bible” Lynne Hilton Wilson “Joseph Smith and the Problem of Evil” David L. Paulsen “Joseph Smith and Modern Mormonism: Orthodoxy, Neoorthodoxy, Tension, and Tradition” Robert L. Millet “Joseph Smith’s Christology: After Two Hundred Years” Robert L. Millet Review of Sterling M. McMurrin, The Theological Foundations of the Mormon Religion Reviewed by Truman G. Madsen Review of Louis Midgley, Beyond Human Nature: The Contemporary Debate over Moral Natural Law Reviewed by Dante Germino Review Essay: “Jesus Was Not a Unitarian” David Paulsen, Jacob Hawken, and Michael Hansen

ID = [75286]  Type = book  Date = 2012-01-01  Collections = byu-studies,theology  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. Joseph Smith and the Church in Ohio. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2012.

This compilation of groundbreaking articles about Joseph Smith is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles on Kirtland, the chronology of the Ohio revelations, the Book of Commandments and Revelations, the United Firm, the Kirtland Temple, Mormon political involvement in Ohio, and more. Contents “Kirtland: A Perspective on Time and Place” Robert L. Layton “From Manuscript to Printed Page: An Analysis of the History of the Book of Commandments and Revelations” Robin Scott Jensen “Joseph Smith and the United Firm: The Growth and Decline of the Church’s First Master Plan of Business and Finance, Ohio and Missouri, 1832–1834” Max H Parkin “Newel and Lydia Bailey Knight’s Kirtland Love Story and Historic Wedding” William G. Hartley “Joseph Smith’s Performance of Marriages in Ohio” M. Scott Bradshaw “An Introduction to the Kirtland Flats Ashery” Benjamin C. Pykles “Sweet Counsel and Seas of Tribulation: The Religious Life of the Women in Kirtland” Linda King Newell and Valeen Tippetts Avery “The Appearance of Elijah and Moses in the Kirtland Temple and the Jewish Passover” Stephen D. Ricks “The Apostle Peter and the Kirtland Temple” Lyndon Cook “Joseph Smith and the 1834 D. P. Hurlbut Case” David W. Grua “Mormon Political Involvement in Ohio” Max H Parkin “The Waning of Mormon Kirtland” Davis Bitton

ID = [75287]  Type = book  Date = 2012-01-01  Collections = byu-studies,church-history  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed. “Joseph Smith Egyptian Papyri [photographs].” Brigham Young University Studies 8, no. 2 (1968): 179.
ID = [9798]  Type = journal article  Date = 1968-01-01  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 456  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:25
Unattributed, ed. Joseph Smith in Vermont and New York. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2012.

This compilation of groundbreaking articles about Joseph Smith is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles on young Joseph Smith’s leg surgery, the historical setting and early accounts of the First Vision, friends’ and family members’ recollections of Joseph’s early religious experiences, Joseph’s 1826 trial, and more. Contents “Joseph Smith’s Boyhood Operation: An 1813 Surgical Success” LeRoy S. Wirthlin “Awakenings in the Burned-over District: New Light on the Historical Setting of the First Vision” Milton V. Backman Jr. “The Earliest Documented Accounts of Joseph Smith’s First Vision” Dean C. Jessee “Katharine Smith Salisbury’s Recollections of Joseph’s Meetings with Moroni” Kyle R. Walker “The Colesville Branch and the Coming Forth of the Book of Mormon” Larry C. Porter “Joseph Knight’s Recollection of Early Mormon History” Dean C. Jessee “Joseph Smith and the Manchester (New York) Library” Robert Paul “Money-Digging Folklore and the Beginnings of Mormonism: An Interpretive Suggestion” Marvin S. Hill “Joseph Smith’s 1826 Trial: The Legal Setting” Gordon A. Madsen

ID = [75288]  Type = book  Date = 2012-01-01  Collections = bom,byu-studies,church-history  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. The King Follett Discourse. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2012.

This compilation of groundbreaking articles about Joseph Smith’s famous King Follett Discourse is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles examining the King Follett Discourse and its doctrinal impact, including an amalgamated text of Joseph’s greatest sermon. Contents: “The King Follett Discourse: Joseph Smith’s Greatest Sermon in Historical Perspective” Donald Q. Cannon “The King Follett Discourse: A Newly Amalgamated Text” Stan Larson “The Doctrinal Impact of the King Follett Discourse” Van Hale “Examining Six Key Concepts in Joseph Smith’s Understanding of Genesis 1:1” Kevin L. Barney

ID = [75361]  Type = book  Date = 2012-01-01  Collections = byu-studies,church-history,theology  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. The Kirtland and Nauvoo Temples. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2014.

This compilation of articles on the Latter-day Saint experience in Kirtland and Nauvoo is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles on the temples in these two cities, including heavenly manifestations in the Kirtland Temple, temple doctrines developed in Nauvoo, artworks in the Nauvoo Temple celestial room, and the lawsuit over ownership of the Kirtland Temple.

ID = [75362]  Type = book  Date = 2014-01-01  Collections = byu-studies,church-history  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. Latter-day Saint Essentials. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2012.

Here is a very useful collection of articles that clearly explain the essential teachings of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This anthology gives a sensitive introduction to the religious life of Latter-day Saints and what it means to be a committed follower of Christ in the Mormon tradition. The contents have been newly arranged under the convenient headings of Christianity, Church History, Scriptures, Basic Beliefs, Church Structure and Culture, and Comparative Studies. When the editors of Macmillan Publishing Company approached Brigham Young University in 1987 with the proposal of producing the Encyclopedia of Mormonism, they wanted to create a lasting resource that would help unfamiliar readers understand LDS history, scripture, doctrine, organization, and culture. They insisted that the articles be written by creditable scholars who were also trustworthy articulators of Latter-day Saint feelings. In order to know what Mormons believe, it seemed sensible to ask Latter-day Saints themselves. The articles in this ebook are selected from the 1,300 articles in Macmillan’s Encyclopedia of Mormonism. Some of these entries describe key topics that are central to the beliefs or characteristics that Latter-day Saints most fervently cherish. Others address the most basic points of LDS doctrine and practice. This selection of articles offers students of religion everywhere a concise understanding of the essentials of the Latter-day Saint faith.

ID = [75289]  Type = book  Date = 2012-01-01  Collections = byu-studies  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. Latter-day Saints and Government. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2019.

This compilation of articles exploring topics related to government and politics is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles on the Constitution and its amendments, political campaigns, early Saints’ involvement in the political process, reviews, and much more. Contents “Mormon Political Involvement in Ohio” by Max H. Parkin “William W. Phelps’s Service in Nauvoo as Joseph Smith’s Political Clerk” by Bruce A. Van Orden “‘It Seems Like Heaven Began on Earth’: Joseph Smith and the Constitution of the Kingdom of God” by Andrew F. Ehat “The Constitution of the State of Deseret” by Richard D. Poll “The Judicial Campaign against Polygamy and the Enduring Legal Questions” by Edwin D. Firmage “Public Virtue and the Roots of American Government” by Richard Vetterli and Gary Bryner “The Constitution as Covenant” by Lynn D. Wardle “Bicentennial Reflections on the Media and the First Amendment” by Bruce C. Hafen “One Moment Please: Private Devotion in the Public Schools” by Richard G. Wilkins “The Misunderstood First Amendment and Our Lives Online”by Cheryl B. Preston “Mormonism, Phosophical Liberalism, and the Constitution” by R. Collin Mangrum “Government in America—Master or Servant?” by John T. Bernhard “The 1968 Presidential Decline of George Romney: Mormonism or Politics?” by Dennis L. Lythgoe “Beyond Politics” by Hugh W. Nibley “A Mormon Approach to Politics” by Thomas B. Griffith “The Necessity of Political Parties and the Importance of Compromise” by David B. Magleby Conflict and Compromise: The Mormons in Mid-Nineteenth Century American Politics by J. Keith Melville, Reviewed by Jan Shipps The Mormon Question: Polygamy and Constitutional Conflict in Nineteenth-Century America by Sarah Barringer Gordon, Reviewed by Nathan B. Oman The Mormon Question: Polygamy and Constitutional Conflict in Nineteenth-Century America by Sarah Barringer Gordon, Reviewed by Terryl Givens

ID = [75290]  Type = book  Date = 2019-01-01  Collections = byu-studies  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. LDS Temple Art and Architecture. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2014.

This compilation of articles on the art and architecture is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles on early Mormon architects and architecture, artwork in the Nauvoo Temple, Minerva Teichert’s Manti Temple murals, symbolism in the Salt Lake Temple, and the art and architecture of the Hawai‘i Temple.

ID = [75291]  Type = book  Date = 2014-01-01  Collections = byu-studies,church-history,temples  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. LDS Views on Early Christianity and Apocrypha. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2013.

This compilation of articles exploring topics related to early Christianity is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles on the Apocalypse of Peter, the Apocalypse of Adam, the Gospel of Judas, the development of the doctrines of God and creation, early Christian prayer circles, Masada fragments and the Qumran scrolls, and much more. Contents “Rediscovering Ancient Christianity” C. Wilfred Griggs “The Dead Sea Scrolls: A Mormon Perspective” S. Kent Brown “The Apocalypse of Peter: Introduction and Translation” S. Kent Brown and C. Wilfred Griggs “The Apocalypse of Adam” Stephen E. Robinson “The ‘Hymn of the Pearl’: An Ancient Counterpart to ‘O My Father’” John W. Welch and James V. Garrison “A Latter-day Saint Colloquium on the Gospel of Judas: A Note from the Editor” “A Latter-day Saint Colloquium on the Gospel of Judas: Media and Message” Richard N. Holzapfel “The Manuscript of the Gospel of Judas” S. Kent Brown “The ‘Unhistorical’ Gospel of Judas” Thomas A. Wayment “The Gnostic Context of the Gospel of Judas” Gaye Strathearn “Judas in the New Testament, the Restoration, and the Gospel of Judas” Frank F. Judd Jr. “The Apocryphal Judas Revisited” John W. Welch “The Expanding Gospel” Hugh W. Nibley “Ex Nihilo: The Development of the Doctrines of God and Creation in Early Christianity” Keith E. Norman “Clothed Upon: A Unique Aspect of Christian Antiquity” Blake T. Ostler “The Early Christian Prayer Circle” Hugh Nibley “The Masada Fragments, the Qumran Scrolls, and the New Testament” David Rolph Seely “The Noncanonical Sayings of Jesus” Stephen E. Robinson “Understanding Christian Baptism through the Book of Mormon” Noel B. Reynolds “‘With the Voice Together Shall They Sing’” Laurence P. Hemming “The Passing of the Church: Forty Variations on an Unpopular Theme” Hugh Nibley

ID = [75292]  Type = book  Date = 2013-01-01  Collections = bom,byu-studies,new-test  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. LDS Views on the Old Testament and Apocrypha. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2014.

This compilation of articles exploring topics related to the Old Testament is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles on the Hebrew Bible at the end of the first century, the prophetic commission of Enoch, Joseph as a type of Christ, Moses typology in the Book of Mormon, the Book of Enoch, the Ezekiel Mural at Dura Europos, Psalm 22, singular and plural address in the scriptures, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and more. Contents “Sacred Books: The Canon of the Hebrew Bible at the End of the First Century” Robert L. Maxwell “A Prologue to Genesis: Moses 1 in Light of Jewish Traditions” E. Douglas Clark “Behold I” by Kent P. Jackson “The Narrative Call Pattern in the Prophetic Commission of Enoch (Moses 6)” Stephen D. Ricks “Joseph as a Type of Christ in Syriac Literature” Kristian S. Heal “The Israelite Background of Moses Typology in the Book of Mormon” Noel B. Reynolds “Elisha and the Children: The Question of Accepting Prophetic Succession” Fred E. Woods “The Ezekiel Mural at Dura Europos: A Witness of Ancient Jewish Mysteries?” Jeffrey M. Bradshaw “‘Wisdom’ (Philosophy) in the Holy Bible” David H. Yarn Jr. “The Psalm 22:16 Controversy: New Evidence from the Dead Sea Scrolls” Shon Hopkin “‘My God, My God, Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me’” Shon Hopkin “Temple Worship and a Possible Reference to a Prayer Circle in Psalm 24” Donald W. Parry “‘The Great and Dreadful Day of the Lord’: The Anatomy of an Expression” Dana M. Pike “Singular and Plural Address in the Scriptures” James R. Rasband “A Bibliography of LDS Publications on the Old Testament (1830–2005)”

ID = [75293]  Type = book  Date = 2014-01-01  Collections = bom,byu-studies,old-test  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. Lehi and Nephi. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2012.

This compilation of groundbreaking Book of Mormon articles is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume examines the first two books of Nephi, with articles on focusing on the experiences and writings of the first two Book of Mormon prophets. Contents “Nephi’s Outline” Noel B. Reynolds “Lehi’s Personal Record: Quest for a Missing Source” S. Kent Brown “1 and 2 Nephi: An Inspiring Whole” Frederick W. Axelgard “The Israelite Background of Moses Typology in the Book of Mormon” Noel B. Reynolds “The Throne-Theophany and Prophetic Commission in 1 Nephi: A Form-Critical Analysis” Blake T. Ostler “The Psalm of Nephi: A Lyric Reading” Steven P. Sondrup “The Political Dimension in Nephi’s Small Plates” Noel B. Reynolds

ID = [75296]  Type = book  Date = 2012-01-01  Collections = bom,byu-studies  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. Lives of the Saints: Writing Mormon Biography and Autobiography. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2014.

Proceedings of the March 2001 symposium of the Joseph Fielding Smith Institute for Latter-day Saint History at Brigham Young University. This symposium was geared to a diverse audience of scholars, family historians, and students interested in how one writes about a life and more specifically the life of a Latter-day Saint.

ID = [75299]  Type = book  Date = 2014-01-01  Collections = byu-studies,church-history  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. The Martyrdom of Joseph and Hyrum Smith. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2012.

This compilation of groundbreaking articles about the Martyrdom of Joseph and Hyrum Smith is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles on Joseph’s meeting with John C. Calhoun Jr., a crime scene analysis of the Carthage Jail, the Joseph/Hyrum funeral sermon, mobocracy, the Martyrdom itself, and the aftermath of this tragic event. Contents “John C. Calhoun Jr. Meets the Prophet Joseph Smith Shortly before the Departure for Carthage” Brian Q. Cannon “The Martyrdom of Joseph Smith and His Brother Hyrum by Dan Jones introduced and translated” Ronald D. Dennis “Physical Evidence at Carthage Jail and What It Reveals about the Assassination of Joseph and Hyrum Smith” Joseph L. Lyon and David W. Lyon “The Joseph/Hyrum Smith Funeral Sermon” Richard S. Van Wagoner and Steven C. Walker “Life in Nauvoo, June 1844: Vilate Kimball’s Martyrdom Letters” Ronald K. Esplin “‘It Seems That All Nature Mourns’: Sally Randall’s Response to the Murder of Joseph and Hyrum Smith” Steven C. Harper and Jordan Watkins “A Little Known Account of the Murders of Joseph and Hyrum Smith” Jan Shipps “The Lynching of an American Prophet” Warren A. Jennings “Mobocracy and the Rule of Law: American Press Reaction to the Murder of Joseph Smith” Paul Ellsworth “Nauvoo’s Whistling and Whittling Brigade” Thurmon Dean Moody “‘Will the Murderers Be Hung?’ Albert Brown’s 1844 Letter and the Martyrdom of Joseph Smith” Timothy Merrill Review of Dallin H. Oaks and Marvin S. Hill, Carthage Conspiracy: The Trial of the Accused Assassins of Joseph Smith Reviewed by Klaus J. Hansen

ID = [75365]  Type = book  Date = 2012-01-01  Collections = byu-studies,church-history  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. Mormonism and the U.S. Constitution. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2013.

This compilation of fascinating articles on the U.S. Constitution and Mormonism is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles on the history of the Constitution, the unique LDS view of the Constitution as an inspired document, and various issues related to the Constitution, such as philosophical liberalism, terrorism, and individual rights and liberties.

ID = [75306]  Type = book  Date = 2013-01-01  Collections = byu-studies  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed. “The Negro’s Civil War.” Brigham Young University Studies 6, no. 3 (1965): 191.
ID = [9875]  Type = journal article  Date = 1965-01-02  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 1499  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:25
Unattributed. “New Horizons in Biblical Research.” Brigham Young University Studies 8, no. 3 (1968): 356.
ID = [9789]  Type = journal article  Date = 1968-01-02  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 1216  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:25
Unattributed. “New Testament Introduction: The Gospels and Acts.” Brigham Young University Studies 7, no. 1 (1965): 91.
ID = [9860]  Type = journal article  Date = 1965-01-03  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 2335  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:25
Unattributed. “The Newly Established Asian Research Institute.” Brigham Young University Studies 6, no. 3 (1965): 121.
ID = [9862]  Type = journal article  Date = 1965-01-02  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 719  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:25
Unattributed. “Out of the Best Books, Volume 3.” Brigham Young University Studies 8, no. 3 (1968): 356.
ID = [9788]  Type = journal article  Date = 1968-01-02  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 1215  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:25
Unattributed. “Part 1: Joseph Smith in His Own Time.” BYU Studies 44, no. 4 (2005): 1.
ID = [11428]  Type = journal article  Date = 2005-01-04  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 845  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:29
Unattributed. “Part 2: Joseph Smith and the Recovery of Past Worlds.” BYU Studies 44, no. 4 (2005): 53.
ID = [11433]  Type = journal article  Date = 2005-01-04  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 985  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:29
Unattributed. “Part 3: Joseph Smith in a Personal World.” BYU Studies 44, no. 4 (2005): 151.
ID = [11438]  Type = journal article  Date = 2005-01-04  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 611  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:29
Unattributed. “Part 4: Joseph Smith and the Theological World.” BYU Studies 44, no. 4 (2005): 173.
ID = [11440]  Type = journal article  Date = 2005-01-04  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 740  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:29
Unattributed. “Part 5: Joseph Smith and the Making of a Global Religion.” BYU Studies 44, no. 4 (2005): 251.
ID = [11444]  Type = journal article  Date = 2005-01-04  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 870  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:29
Unattributed. “Religion and Society in Tension.” Brigham Young University Studies 7, no. 2 (1966): 165.
ID = [9850]  Type = journal article  Date = 1966-01-01  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 3142  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:25
Unattributed. “The Religious Situation: 1968.” Brigham Young University Studies 8, no. 4 (1968): 474.
ID = [9770]  Type = journal article  Date = 1968-01-03  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 2016  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:25
Unattributed, ed. Remembering Christmas. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2013.

This compilation of articles exploring topics related to Christmas is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles on the how Church Presidents and Mormon pioneers have celebrated Christmas, Charles Dickens’s influence on LDS Christmas fiction, a scriptural perspective on three nativity scenes, and the question of dating the birth of Jesus Christ.

ID = [75331]  Type = book  Date = 2013-01-01  Collections = byu-studies  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed. “Restoration.” BYU Studies Quarterly 60, no. 4 (2021): 226.
ID = [12366]  Type = journal article  Date = 2021-01-04  Collections = byu-studies  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:06:48
Unattributed, ed. Science and the Book of Mormon. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2012.

This compilation of groundbreaking Book of Mormon articles is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles on how the El Niño weather pattern may have made Lehi’s voyage to the Americas possible, geological insights into the destruction chronicled in 3 Nephi, and information about olives in antiquity. Contents “Lehi and El Niño: A Method of Migration” David L. Clark “In the Thirty and Fourth Year: A Geologist’s View of the Great Destruction in 3 Nephi” Bart J. Kowallis “‘Many Great and Notable Cities Were Sunk’: Liquefaction in the Book of Mormon” Benjamin R. Jordan “Recent Notes about Olives in Antiquity” Wilford M. Hess

ID = [75333]  Type = book  Date = 2012-01-01  Collections = bom,byu-studies  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed. Sister-Wives and Suffragists: Polygamy and the Politics of Woman Suffrage, 1870–1896. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2011.

Beginning in 1870, Utah women from both polygamist and monogamist marriages attempted to establish their primacy as the standard-bearer of woman’s rights in the territory. Some sought support from leaders within the territory while others looked to those in the national arena. Ultimately, the activities of Mormon women helped to secure woman suffrage for Utah in 1870. Although it was the New Movement women who helped advance the women’s rights dialogue in the territory and establish a relationship between Utah’s women and eastern suffragists, their efforts prepared the way for an alliance between Mormon women and national suffragists. Many historians have overlooked the role of Mormon women in securing woman suffrage. Because Mormon women neither publicly drafted petitions nor held public demonstrations to seek the vote, many historians have concluded that they were not politically active until after they were enfranchised and then only in response to attempts to disfranchise them. However, the reaction of Mormon women to their enfranchisement and their readiness to assume an active political role in their communities suggest a different conclusion: that they were politicized prior to enfranchisement and their activities contributed to their own enfranchisement. Nineteenth-century woman suffragists in Utah left a legacy of activism, commitment and achievement.

ID = [75334]  Type = book  Date = 2011-01-01  Collections = byu-studies,church-history  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. Social and Political Studies about the Book of Mormon. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2012.

This compilation of groundbreaking Book of Mormon articles is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles that explore comparisons between the American Revolution and Book of Mormon governments, Nephi’s justification of his ascent to leadership, protracted war in the Book of Mormon and in modern times, and much more. Contents “The Book of Mormon and the American Revolution” Richard Lyman Bushman “The Political Dimension in Nephi’s Small Plates” Noel B. Reynolds “Cosmic Urban Symbolism in the Book of Mormon” Steven L. Olsen “The Gadianton Robbers and Protracted War” Ray C. Hillam “Scriptural Perspectives on How to Survive the Calamities of the Last Days” Hugh Nibley

ID = [75335]  Type = book  Date = 2012-01-01  Collections = bom,byu-studies  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. Studies of the Books of Moses and Abraham. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2014.

This compilation of fascinating articles on the books of Moses and Abraham from the Pearl of Great Price is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles on the Antonio Lebolo, the mummies, and the papyri; other topics related to the book of Abraham and its origins; the Kirtland Egyptian Papers; and insights into the ministries of Moses and Enoch. Contents “A Prologue to Genesis: Moses 1 in Light of Jewish Traditions” E. Douglas Clark “Behold I” Kent P. Jackson “The Narrative Call Pattern in the Prophetic Commission of Enoch (Moses 6)” Stephen D. Ricks “Changes in the Book of Moses and Their Implications upon a Concept of Revelation” James R. Harris “Robert J. Matthews and the RLDS Church’s Inspired Version of the Bible” Thomas E. Sherry “Prolegomena to Any Study of the Book of Abraham” Hugh Nibley “Fragment Found in Salt Lake City” Hugh Nibley “Joseph Smith and the Lebolo Egyptian Papyri” James R. Clark “A Letter Regarding the Acquisition of the Book of Abraham” Christopher Lund “As Things Stand at the Moment” Hugh Nibley “The St. Louis Museum and the Two Egyptian Mummies and Papyri” Walter L. Whipple “Human Sacrifice and the Book of Abraham” William J. Adams Jr. “Abraham in Egypt: A Collation of Evidence for the Case of the Missing Wife” Thomas W. Mackay “What Is ‘The Book of Breathings’?” Hugh Nibley “A Translation and Commentary of the Joseph Smith Hypocephalus” Michael Dennis Rhodes “The Meaning of the Kirtland Egyptian Papers” Hugh Nibley “Antonio Lebolo: Excavator of the Book of Abraham” H. Donl Peterson

ID = [75336]  Type = book  Date = 2014-01-01  Collections = abraham,byu-studies,moses  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. Studies on Selected Sections of the Doctrine and Covenants. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2014.

This ebook contains articles from BYU Studies on a variety of topics related to the Doctrine and Covenants. Christopher C. Jones recounts research that has allowed us to identify the person addressed in D&C 39 (James Covel, not James Covill) and again referred to in section 40. Learning that Covel was a Methodist minister, not a Baptist, enabled Jones to learn a great deal about this formerly unknown person. John W. Welch and Trevor Packer examine a newly found manuscript of D&C 65; Steven C. Harper discusses Lazarus, the rich man, and D&C 104:18; David J. Whitaker explains the use of pseudonyms in earlier editions of the D&C; Dean C. Jessee and John W. Welch examine Joseph Smith’s letter from Liberty Jail, March 20, 1839; Ronald E. Bartholomew details the textual changes that occurred in the development of D&C 130:22; and George S. Tate considers the vision received by Joseph F. Smith (now D&C 138) in the context of the Great War and the 1918 influenza epidemic. Contents “An Examination of the 1829 ‘Articles of the Church of Christ’ in Relation to Section 20 of the Doctrine and Covenants” Scott H. Faulring “Mormonism in the Methodist Marketplace: James Covel and the Historical Background of Doctrine and Covenants 39–40” Christopher C. Jones “The Newly Found Manuscript of Doctrine and Covenants Section 65” John W. Welch and Trevor Packer “The Rich Man, Lazarus, and Doctrine and Covenants 104:18” Steven C. Harper “Substituted Names in the Published Revelations of Joseph Smith” David J. Whittaker “Revelations in Context: Joseph Smith’s Letter from Liberty Jail, March 20, 1839” Dean C. Jessee and John W. Welch “The Textual Development of Doctrine and Covenants 130:22 and the Embodiment of the Holy Ghost” Ronald E. Bartholomew “‘The Great World of the Spirits of the Dead’: Death, the Great War, and the 1918 Influenza Pandemic as Context for Doctrine and Covenants 138” George S. Tate

ID = [75337]  Type = book  Date = 2014-01-01  Collections = byu-studies,d-c  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. Succession in Church Leadership after the Martyrdom. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2013.

This compilation of groundbreaking articles about succession in the presidency after Joseph Smith’s death is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles on succession in Church leadership, the passing of the mantle from Joseph to Brigham, two years of hostility and distrust after the Martyrdom, a declaration of the Twelve regarding Apostolic succession, and a review of a book on the subject. Contents “The Mormon Succession Crisis of 1844” D. Michael Quinn “Joseph, Brigham and the Twelve: A Succession of Continuity” Ronald K. Esplin “‘I Roll the Burthen and Responsibility of Leading This Church Off from My Shoulders on to Yours’: The 1844/1845 Declaration of the Quorum of the Twelve Regarding Apostolic Succession” Alexander L. Baugh and Richard Neitzel Holzapfel “The Mantle of the Prophet Joseph Passes to Brother Brigham: A Collective Spiritual Witness” Lynne W. Jorgensen “From Assassination to Expulsion: Two Years of Distrust, Hostility, and Violence” Marshall Hamilton Review of Reed C. Durham Jr. and Steven H. Heath, Succession in the Church Reviewed by Duane E. Jeffrey

ID = [75339]  Type = book  Date = 2013-01-01  Collections = byu-studies,church-history  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. Summer Fellows’ Papers 1997–1999: Archive of Restoration Culture. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2014.

The Archive of Restoration Culture was founded on the belief that Joseph Smith and the Restoration cannot be appreciated without an understanding of his environment. Student-scholars began working on the Archive project in 1997 and were followed during the next two years by other teams of advanced undergraduates and graduate students. The papers in the volume are the fruits of their labors. They show how far afield Joseph Smith’s thoughts ranged, and how many of his contemporaries were wrestling with similar issues—the role of Israel, the nature of priesthood, the quest for the visionary. The nineteen articles collected in this book are divided into the following categories: priesthood and Church government, visionary leaders in the age of Joseph Smith, distinctive doctrines of the Restoration in historical context, and the cultural background of the Restoration. Joseph Smith becomes both more recognizable and more unusual when placed against this background.

ID = [75340]  Type = book  Date = 2014-01-01  Collections = byu-studies,church-history  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. Summer Fellows’ Papers 2003: Latter-day Saint Women in the Twentieth Century (Archive of Restoration Culture). Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2012.

As part of the Smith Institute’s women’s initiative, eight advanced students were invited to BYU in summer 2003 to research women’s history in the twentieth century. The eight papers in this volume are the fruits of their labors. The papers show the actions and reactions of faithful women affected by change in the Church, such as international growth and the institution of the correlation program, and by change in American culture, such as the social revolutions of the late twentieth century. While there were a number of great and important women to study, the scholars wanted also to consider the lives of the unsung. This volume reflects the scholars’ search for the generalities that create a master narrative of LDS women’s experience in the twentieth century interwoven with the individual stories, the poignant quotations, and the experiences of individual women.

ID = [75342]  Type = book  Date = 2012-01-01  Collections = byu-studies,church-history  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed. “The Synoptic Problem.” Brigham Young University Studies 7, no. 1 (1965): 89.
ID = [9861]  Type = journal article  Date = 1965-01-03  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 2293  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:25
Unattributed, ed. Telling the Story of Mormon History. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2014.

In March 2002, the Smith Institute hosted top Latter-day Saint historians at the Telling the Story of Mormon History symposium. This symposium was designed to explore the ways in which Mormon history is presented and the range of purposes it serves. Elder Bruce C. Hafen opened the conference with a keynote address explaining some of the challenges he faced when writing his biography of Elder Neal A. Maxwell, The Story of a Disciple’s Life.

ID = [75346]  Type = book  Date = 2014-01-01  Collections = byu-studies,church-history  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed, ed. The Temple. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2014.

This compilation of articles on the temple doctrines and ordinances is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies and from the Encyclopedia of Mormonism. This volume features articles on Nauvoo temple doctrines, the law of adoption, the 1877 commencement of endowments and sealings for the dead, prayer circles, and temple elements in ancient religious communities. Contents “Doctrine and the Temple in Nauvoo” by Larry C. Porter and Milton V. Backman Jr. “The Practice of Rebaptism at Nauvoo” by D. Michael Quinn “The Law of Adoption: One Phase of the Development of the Mormon Concept of Salvation, 1830–1900” by Gordon Irving “Believing Adoption” by Samuel M. Brown “‘Line upon Line, Precept upon Precept’: Reflections on the 1877 Commencement of the Performance of Endowments and Sealings of the Dead” by Richard E. Bennett “‘Which Is the Wisest Course?’: The Transformation in Mormon Temple Consciousness, 1870–1898” by Richard E. Bennett “Latter-day Saint Prayer Circles” by D. Michael Quinn “Temple Worship and a Possible Reference to a Prayer Circle in Psalm 24” by Donald W. Parry “Clothed Upon: A Unique Aspect of Christian Antiquity” by Blake T. Ostler “Temple Elements in Ancient Religious Communities” by Brent J. Schmidt “Meanings and Functions of Temples” by Hugh W. Nibley “Latter-Day Saint Temple Worship and Activity” by Immo Luschin “Temple Recommend” by Robert A. Tucker “Temple President and Matron” by David H. Yarn Jr. and Marilyn S. Yarn “Administration of Temples” by Robert L. Simpson “Salvation of the Dead” by Elma Fugal “Family History, Genealogy” by David H. Pratt “Temple Ordinances” by Allen Claire Rozsa “Baptism for the Dead: LDS Practice” by H. David Burton “Baptism for the Dead: Ancient Sources” by Krister Stendahl “Washings and Anointings” by Donald W. Parry “Endowment” by Alma P. Burton “Prayer Circle” by George S. Tate “Garments” by Evelyn T. Marshall “Sealing Power” by David H. Yarn Jr. “Temple Sealings” by Paul V. Hyer “Eternal Marriage” by James T. Duke “Patriarchal Order of the Priesthood” by Lynn A. McKinlay “Born in the Covenant” by Ralph L. Cottrell Jr. “Holy of Holies” by Lyle Cahoon “Altar” by Bruce H. Porter “LDS Temple Dedications” by D. Arthur Haycock “Hosanna Shout” by Lael J. Woodbury “Temples through the Ages” by Stephen D. Ricks “History of LDS Temples from 1831 to 1990” by Richard O. Cowan “Kirtland Temple” by Keith W. Perkins “Nauvoo Temple” by Don F. Colvin “Salt Lake Temple” by Marion Duff Hanks “Endowment Houses” by Lamar C. Berrett “Freemasonry and the Temple” by Kenneth W. Godfrey

ID = [75367]  Type = book  Date = 2014-01-01  Collections = bom,byu-studies,church-history,temples  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:29:21
Unattributed. “The Temple, a Holy School.” BYU Studies Quarterly 54, no. 3 (2015): 221.
ID = [12393]  Type = journal article  Date = 2015-01-03  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 2022  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:06:48
Underwood, Grant. “Attempting to Situate Joseph Smith.” BYU Studies 44, no. 4 (2005): 41-52.

Undergirding Richard Bushman’s insightful paper is a profound recognition (and a reminder) that histories are the creations of authors, not photographs of the past. Every aspect of writing a history, from the selection of sources to the interpretation of those sources bears the imprint of the author. The profoundly precarious and contingent character of all reconstruction of the past led Roland Barthes to quip that biography is “a novel that dare not speak its name.” Clearly, this is an overstatement, but it does warn us away from an unhealthy critical complacency when engaging in studying written histories.

Keywords: Bushman; Histories; Joseph; Jr.; Richard L.; Smith; Sources
ID = [11432]  Type = journal article  Date = 2005-01-04  Collections = bmc-archive,byu-studies  Size: 19379  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:29
Underwood, Grant. “Early Mormon Perceptions of Contemporary America: 1830–1846.” Brigham Young University Studies 26, no. 3 (1986): 49.
ID = [10310]  Type = journal article  Date = 1986-01-03  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 880  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:26
Underwood, Grant. “The Jews and Their Future in Early LDS Doctrine: A Review Essay.” BYU Studies 34, no. 4 (1995): 111.
ID = [12128]  Type = journal article  Date = 1995-01-03  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 28852  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:06:48
Underwood, Grant. “More Than an Index: The First Reference Guide to the Doctrine and Covenants as a Window into Early Mormonism.” BYU Studies 41, no. 2 (2002): 116.
ID = [11601]  Type = journal article  Date = 2002-01-02  Collections = byu-studies,d-c  Size: 68117  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:29
Underwood, Grant. “Religious Seekers and the Advent of Mormonism.” BYU Studies 30, no. 1 (1990): 120.
ID = [10139]  Type = journal article  Date = 1990-01-01  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 1595  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:26
Underwood, Grant. “Revelation, Text, and Revision: Insight from the Book of Commandments and Revelations.” BYU Studies 48, no. 3 (2009): 67.
ID = [11174]  Type = journal article  Date = 2009-01-03  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 29574  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:28
Underwood, Grant. “Saved or Damned: Tracing a Persistent Protestantism in Early Mormon Thought.” Brigham Young University Studies 25, no. 3 (1985): 85.
ID = [8928]  Type = journal article  Date = 1985-01-03  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 742  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:23
Underwood, Grant. “The Viper on the Hearth: Mormons, Myths, and the Construction of Heresy.” BYU Studies 37, no. 4 (1998): 183.
ID = [11859]  Type = journal article  Date = 1998-01-02  Collections = byu-studies  Size: 4689  Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 17:04:30
Underwood, Grant, ed. Voyages of Faith: Explorations in Mormon Pacific History. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2016.

Accounts of the pioneers’ trek across the plains have inspired Latter-day Saints of different lands and cultures for generations. But as the Church becomes more global, there are other histories to tell. Voyages of Faith is a new book that tells one of those histories. The first compilation of its kind, Voyages brings together scholarly research, personal reminiscences and stories of inspiration and faith of Latter-day Saints in the Pacific Islands over the last 150 years. Contributors to the book include native Pacific Islanders, notably Chieko N. Okazaki, the first non-Caucasian called to the Relief Society, Young Women’s and Primary general boards. While some chapters are scholarly in focus, others give insight into the emotions and experiences of contemporary Polynesian Latter-day Saints. Voyages chronicles early LDS Church life in the pacific, missionary work and pacific temples. There is even an account written by a surviving Church member from the Kalaupapa leper colony. The content is drawn from presentations made during the last 20 years to the Mormon Pacific Historical Society, an organization dedicated to gathering, recording and publishing LDS history of the Pacific area. Grant Underwood, BYU historian and editor of Voyages, said although the stories within the volume are about Pacific Islanders, they will inspire all who read them. This book relates wonderful accounts of ordinary people receiving extraordinary blessings, said Underwood. It’s inspirational for readers to know that God has been dealing with his children all over the world. Underwood said the publication of Voyages illustrates the worldwide nature of the Church. Stories of faith and courage can come from any culture and inspire any culture, he said. Polynesians have had many wonderful spiritual experiences that can hearten Saints everywhere. Voyages of Faith is the second volume in the Studies in Latter-day Saint History series published by the Joseph Fielding Smith Institute for Latter-day Saint History at Brigham Young University

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Uriona, T. J. “Rethinking the Rod of Iron.” Brigham Young University Studies Quarterly 61, no. 3 (2022): 141.
ID = [81692]  Type = journal article  Date = 2022-01-03  Collections = bom,byu-studies  Size:   Children: 0  Rebuilt: 3/1/24 18:35:02

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