Interpreter: A Journal of Latter-day Saint Faith and Scholarship, Volume 38 (2020)
Author: Daniel C. Peterson et al
Publisher: The Interpreter Foundation
Number of Pages: 406
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This is volume 38 of Interpreter: A Journal of Latter-day Saint Faith and Scholarship published by The Interpreter Foundation. It contains articles on a variety of topics: “The End from the Beginning”, “Times of Reckoning and Set Times in Abraham 3”, “Ascending into the Hill of the Lord: What the Psalms Can Tell Us About the Rituals of the First Temple”, “Offering Americans Religious and Political Salvation”, “The Sôd of Yhwh and the Endowment”, “Missing Words: King James Bible Italics, the Translation of the Book of Mormon, and Joseph Smith as an Unlearned Reader”, “Sensationalism: A One-sided Perspective”, “Temples All the Way Down: Some Notes on the Mi‘raj of Muhammad”, “Four Idolatrous Gods in the Book of Abraham”, “The Lady at the Horizon: Egyptian Tree Goddess Iconography and Sacred Trees in Israelite Scripture and Temple Theology”, “Moses 1 and the Apocalypse of Abraham: Twin Sons of Different Mothers?”, “Nephite Daykeepers: Ritual Specialists in Mesoamerica and the Book of Mormon”, “Visions, Mushrooms, Fungi, Cacti, and Toads: Joseph Smith’s Reported Use of Entheogens”, “Is Decrypting the Genetic Legacy of America’s Indigenous Populations Key to the Historicity of the Book of Mormon?” by authors Daniel C. Peterson, J. Ward Moody, David J. Larsen, Craig L. Foster, William J. Hamblin, Stan Spencer, Susan Easton Black, John Gee, John S. Thompson, Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, David J. Larsen, Stephen T. Whitlock, Mark Alan Wright, Brian C. Hales, Ugo A. Perego and Jayne E. Ekins.