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- Daniel C. Peterson
Research and More Research, vii-xvi
- Noel B. Reynolds
“Come unto Me” as a Technical Gospel Term, 1-24
- Kevin Christensen
Light and Perspective: Essays from the Mormon Theology Seminar on 1 Nephi 1 and Jacob 7, 25-70
- Steven T. Densley, Jr., Geret Giles
Barriers to Belief: Mental Distress and Disaffection from the Church, 71-94
- Stephen O. Smoot
Translating the New Testament for Latter‑day Saints, 95-110
- Matthew L. Bowen
Messengers of the Covenant: Mormon’s Doctrinal Use of Malachi 3:1 in Moroni 7:29–32, 111-138
- Brant A. Gardner
Read This Book: A Review of the Maxwell Institute Study Edition of the Book of Mormon, 139-142
- Stephen O. Smoot
Feasting on the Book of Mormon, 143-150
- Brian C. Hales
Curiously Unique: Joseph Smith as Author of the Book of Mormon, 151-190
- Craig L. Foster
Assessing the Criticisms of Early-Age Latter-Day Saint Marriages, 191-232
- RoseAnn Benson
Campbellites and Mormonites: Competing Restoration Movements, 233-244
- Taylor Halverson
Was Adam a Monotheist? A Reflection on Why We Call Abraham Father and Not Adam, 245-258
- Janet Ewell
Seeing Psalms as the Libretti of a Holy Drama, 259-276
- Allen Wyatt
An Approach to History, 277-284
- Davis Bitton
I Don’t Have a Testimony of the History of the Church, 285-302