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Interest in the Book of Mormon has already cultivated resourceful studies, and this trend promises to refine perceptions of Mormon scripture as history and theology.
Critical methodology incorporates textual criticism, historical criticism, redaction criticism, form criticism, structuralism and semiotics, narratology, economic- and gender-oriented readings, and the application of sociology, anthropology, and archaeology. Similarly New Approaches to the Book of [p.
Roberts concurred in principle: Indeed, it must submit to every analysis and examination. In fact, tolerance for nontraditional views of Mormon scripture and pluralistic expressions of faith are increasingly common.
I am prepared to accept them as historical or as metaphorical, as symbolical or as precisely what happened. Henry Eyring, a prominent Mormon scientist, was equally unconcerned by the prospect of modern elements in the Book of Mormon: After probing the Book of Mormon from the perspective of archaeology, Lowell L.
Matheny, Professor of Anthropology at Brigham [p. Past president of the Utah Psychiatric Association R. It does indeed meet the spiritual, emotional, and psychological needs of a great many people who love and revere its story.
They do not want to be challenged with scientific claims that erode authenticity but prefer to live with the certainty that the Book of Mormon provides to their lives. Yet others prefer to pursue their reality and open study wherever it takes them. Contributors to New Approaches to the Book of Mormon address a variety of methodological, historical, and theological concerns in the belief that readers will come away better for having approached the Book of Mormon from these new perspectives.
Mormon scripture deserves more sophisticated scrutiny than has been previously accorded, and readers deserve the results of cutting-edge research without primary reliance on technical jargon or apologetics. We are not so much interested in convincing readers to think as any of us do, but simply in encouraging them to think for themselves.
The contributors and editor have benefitted from the expertise of many friends and colleagues: Nancy Ashment, Gary J. Carlson, Robert Charles, Steven F. Kenney, Tony Kimball, H.
Romig, Royal Skousen, George D.
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