Egyptology expert John Gee presents an introduction to the Book of Abraham, providing readers with reliable information about the controversy surrounding this book of Latter-day scripture.
KnoWhys are short, well-illustrated, popular essays about one or more points of interest in Book of Mormon text. The Know portion offers information you may not have known. The Why portion discusses its relevance or significance.
On August 17 at the “Chiasmus Jubilee” Daniel C. Peterson presented a new festschrift volume to Jack Welch. "Festschrisft" is a late 19th century word for a collection of writings published in honor of a scholar.
Gardner works through the Book of Mormon chronologically, examining how events in the Book of Mormon reflect the greater historical and cultural developments happening around them at the same time.
Discover intriguing facts about the Church you didn't know before. Gain a greater appreciation for the role of living prophets in the unfolding restoration of the gospel and an ever-changing world. Learn more about lesser-known and even surprising events in the history of the Latter-day Saints.
In this book of short essays, leading Mormon scholars--including Richard Bushman, Richard Bennett, Paul Reeve, and Patrick Mason--explore how the newly available minutes alter and enhance our understanding of Mormon history.
Now Available: I Know He Lives: How 13 Special Witnesses Came to Know Jesus Christ Announcing the release of Dennis B. Horne’s new book, I Know He Lives: How 13 Special Witnesses Came to Know Jesus Christ. This work delves into the life and testimonies of 13 (now deceased) apostles as they gained and shared their special witness of Jesus Christ with the...