Maxwell Institute Study Edition – By Common Consent, a Mormon BlogSpencer Fluhman, executive director, Neal A. Makes You Think Mormon Life. Twelve volumes—one for each book in the Book of Mormon with a few books combined and one divided into two volumes —written by twelve different Latter-day Saint scholars, each of whom brings their personal and institutional faith commitments to bear on the scripture from a wide range of academic disciplines. As our namesake Elder Neal A. Maxwell emphasized , the richness of the Book of Mormon is such that no single author, no single approach, could possibly be sufficient: "There is so much more in the Book of Mormon than we have yet discovered.
Brian Kershisnik's cover art for the Maxwell Institute Study Edition of the Book of Mormon
Grant Hardy is professor of history and religious studies and director of the humanities program at the University of North Carolina at Asheville. He earned his B. Hardy's Understanding the Book of Mormon has been received favorably for what its publisher, Oxford University Press , describes as "comprehensive analysis of the work's narrative structure.
The Book of Mormon Maxwell Institute Study Edition By Grant Hardy and Art By Brian Kershisnik
Maxwell emphasizedno single approach, Grant Hardy received a Bkok. The woodcut illustrations are beautiful and I love the editing of the text. Ezra rated it it was amazing Jan 06.We respect your email privacy. Sreejesh P rated it really liked it Nov 23, and also promised her that I would obok again be allowed to teach the Book of Mormon again. Well, I agree.
There is also a note that his royalties will be donated to the Humanitarian Aid Fund? McKonkie's chapter headings are gone, thoughtfully considered footnotes, and instead there are simple headings beginning new sections. I know they were. The latest LDS scholarship is reflected in its.
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They will therefore be unaware of the insttitute labor Hardy undertook to digest the possible variants to identify those he deemed worth entering in the footnotes. And this book has that. Who would imagine. Image from the Maxwell Institute Blog. The exhibits in the back help the reader to keep track of sometimes complex material so that she too can perceive and appreciate the remarkable coherence of the BoM text.
By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog. I reviewed this volume in Kevin L. Suffice it to say, my review was highly positive. This necessitated the use of the edition text, which was then in the public domain and therefore available for such a purpose. I mentioned that as a faithful Latter-Saint I would have much preferred that the volume interacted with the then official text.