Joseph Smith

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54:2 A Narrative Approach to the Joseph Smith Translation of the Synoptic Gospels
54:2 "Taking a Different View of the Translation": The Illumination of Alternate Meanings in the Translation of Bible Passages by Joseph Smith and Meister Eckhart
53:4 "The Redemption of Zion Must Needs Come by Power": Insights into the Camp of Israel Expedition, 1834
52:1 Habeas Corpus in Early Nineteenth-Century Mormonism: Joseph Smith's Legal Bulwark for Personal Freedom
51:1 A New Pneumatology: Comparing Joseph Smith's Doctrine of the Spirit with His Contemporaries and the Bible
50:4 Joseph Smith Encounters Calvinism
49:4 "A Question on My Mind": Robert McCorkle's 1844 Letter to Joseph Smith
48:3 A Book of Commandments and Revelations: Editorial Introduction to This Special Feature
48:3 Introducing A Book of Commandments and Revelations, A Major New Documentary "Discovery"
48:3 From Manuscript to Printed Page: An Analysis of the History of the Book of Commandments and Revelations
48:3 Historical Headnotes and the Index of Contents in the Book of Commandments and Revelations
48:3 Revelation, Text, and Revision: Insight from the Book of Commandments and Revelations
48:3 Response to the Book of Commandments and Revelations Presentations
47:2 The Nature of the Pen and Pencil Markings in the New Testament of Joseph Smith's New Translation of the Bible
47:4 Physical Evidence at Carthage Jail and What It Reveals about the Assassination of Joseph and Hyrum Smith
46:1 Pandemonium: A Review Essay of Douglas J. Robinson, Who Translates? Translator Subjectivities beyond Reason
46:1 "It Seems That All Nature Mourns": Sally Randall's Response to the Murder of Joseph and Hyrum Smith
46:3 Joseph Smith and the United Firm: The Growth and Decline of the Church's First Master Plan of Business and Finance, Ohio and Missouri, 1832-1834
46:4 Introduction
46:4 1805-1829
46:4 1830
46:4 1831
46:4 1832
46:4 1833
46:4 1834
46:4 1835
46:4 1836
46:4 1837
46:4 1838
46:4 1839
46:4 1840
46:4 1841
46:4 1842
46:4 1843
46:4 1844-1845
46:4 Works Cited
45:1 "Lightning Out of Heaven": Joseph Smith and the Forging of Community
45:1 Are Christians Mormon? Reassessing Joseph Smith's Theology in His Bicentennial
45:2 "Will the Murderers Be Hung?" Albert Brown's 1844 Letter and the Martyrdom of Joseph Smith
45:3 Not for Tourists: Richard Bushman's Joseph Smith: Rough Stone Rolling
45:4 The "Beautiful Death" in the Smith Family
44:1 Joseph Smith and the 1834 D. P. Hurlbut Case
44:1 No Man Knows My Psychology: Fawn Brodie, Joseph Smith, and Psychoanalysis
44:1 Early Mormon and Shaker Visions of Sanctified Community
44:4 Introduction
44:4 Joseph Smith's Many Histories
44:4 Biographical Relfections on the American Joseph Smith
44:4 Joseph Smith as an American Restorationist
44:4 Attempting to Situate Joseph Smith
44:4 Joseph Smith: Prophecy, Process, and Plenitude
44:4 Joseph Smith and Preexilic Israelite Religion
44:4 Joseph Smith and the Past
44:4 Gallery Display
44:4 Part 3: Joseph Smith in a Personal World
44:4 Joseph Smith in a Personal World
44:4 Part 4: Joseph Smith and the Theological World
44:4 Joseph Smith Challenges the Theological World
44:4 Joseph Smith's Theological Challenges: From Revelation and Authority to Metaphysics
44:4 Speaking of Faith: The Centrality of Epistemology and Perils of Circularity
44:4 Joseph Smith's Christology: After Two Hundred Years
44:4 Part 5: Joseph Smith and the Making of a Global Religoin
44:4 Joseph Smith and the Making of a Global Religion
44:4 Contributors
44:4 Volume 44 Index
44:4 Part 1: Joseph Smith in His Own Time
44:4 Part 2: Joseph Smith and the Recovery of Past Worlds
43:4 Joseph Smith and the Missouri Court of Inquiry: Austin A. King's Quest for Hostages
42:2 The Character of Joseph Smith
41:3 Katharine Smith Salisbury's Recollections of Joseph's Meetings with Moroni
40:1 The Lynching of an American Prophet
40:2 "A Man That You Could Not Help Likeing": Joseph Smith and Nauvoo, Illinois, Portrayed in a Letter by Susannah and George W. Taggart
40:3 Remembering Christmas Past: Presidents of the Church Celebrate the Birth of the Son of Man and Remember His Servant Joseph Smith
40:3 A Joseph Smith for the Twenty-First Century
39:1 Joseph Smith and the Problem of Evil
39:3 Examining Six Key Concepts in Joseph Smith's Understanding of Genesis 1:1
39:3 The Campaign and the Kingdom: The Activities of the Electioneers in Joseph Smith's Presidential Campaign
39:3 Revelations in Context: Joseph Smith's Letter from Liberty Jail, March 20, 1839
39:4 Josiah Quincy's 1844 Visit with Joseph Smith
38:1 Parting the Veil: The Visions of Joseph Smith
38:1 "I Love All Men Who Dive": Herman Melville and Joseph Smith
36:2 Rendering the Ineffable Effable: Treating Joseph Smith's First Vision in Imaginative Literature
33:4 John C. Calhoun Jr., Meets the Prophet Joseph Smith Shortly before the Departure for Carthage
32:1-2 The Development of the Joseph Smith Historic Center
31:2 Priceless Words and Fallible Memories: Joseph Smith as Seen in the Effort to Preserve His Discourses
30:2 Joseph Smith's 1826 Trial: The Legal Setting
29:3 Joseph Smith and Modern Mormonism: Orthodoxy, Neoorthodoxy, Tension, and Tradition
28:2 Joseph Smith, the Constitution, and Individual Liberties
27:1 Oh! Brother Joseph
24:1 The Martyrdom of Joseph Smith and His Brother Hyrum by Dan Jones
24:4 The Persisting Idea of American Treasure Hunting
24:4 Joseph Smith: The Palmyra Seer
24:4 Money-Digging Folklore and the Beginnings of Mormonism: An Interpretive Suggestion
24:4 The Mature Joseph Smith and Treasure Searching
23:1 The Joseph/Hyrum Smith Funeral Sermon
22:3 Joseph Smith and the Manchester (New York) Library
21:1 Authorship of the History of Joseph Smith
21:2 Joseph Smith's Boyhood Operation: An 1813 Surgical Success
21:2 Joseph Smith the Man: Some Reflections on a Subject of Controversy
20:1 The Brodie Connection: Thomas Jefferson and Joseph Smith
20:1 Mobocracy and the Rule of Law: American Press Reaction to the Murder of Joseph Smith
20:3 "It Seems Like Heaven Began on Earth": Joseph Smith and the Constitution of the Kingdom of God
19:2 Joseph Smith and Legal Process: In the Wake of the Steamboat Nauvoo
19:3 Joseph Smith's 19 July 1840 Discourse
19:3 "A More Virtuous Man Never Existed on the Footstool of the Great Jehovah": George Miller on Joseph Smith
18:2 Recollections of "Old Nauvooers": Memories from Oral History
17:3 Nathan Smith (1762–1828) Surgical Consultant to Joseph Smith
17:3 Howard Coray's Recollections of Joseph Smith
16:1 Dancing as an Aspect of Early Mormon and Utah Culture
15:2 Mesmerism and Mormonism
14:1 Topsfield, Massachusetts: Ancestral Home of the Prophet Joseph Smith
14:2 Joseph and Emma: A Slide-Film Presentation
14:3 A Little Known Account of the Murders of Joseph and Hyrum Smith
13:1 Church Leaders in Liberty Jail
12:2 Joseph Smith and the 1826 Trial: New Evidence and New Difficulties
11:4 An Impressive Letter from the Pen of Joseph Smith
10:1 The Voice of the Prophet
10:3 Joseph Smith's New York Reputation Reappraised
10:3 James Gordon Bennett's 1831 Report on "The Mormonites"
10:4 Joseph Smith's Own Story of a Serious Childhood Illness
10:4 Membership of Certain of Joseph Smith's Family in the Western Presbyterian Church of Palmyra
9:1 A New Look at the Alleged Little Known Discourse by Joseph Smith
9:3 The Early Accounts of Joseph Smith's First Vision
9:3 The Wentworth Letter
9:3 Awakenings in the Burned-over District: New Light on the Historical Setting of the First Vision
9:3 Circumstantial Confirmation of the First Vision Through Reminiscences
5:3-4 Political Motto