Volume 20:3 (Spring 1980)

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Volume 20:3 (Spring 1980)

The article "Who Wrote the Book of Mormon? An Analysis of Wordprints" argues evidences for the ancient authors of this book rather than the accusations of critics that Joseph Smith with the help of other local New Yorkers at the time wrote the book together. Just three months before Joseph's death at Carthage he formed what is called the Council of the Fifty. Andrew F. Ehat explains this council's purpose in the article, "'It Seems Like Heaven Began on Earth': Joseph Smith and the Constitution of the Kingdom of God." Continue to read more about lives outside of our own in "Some Thoughts on Higher-Dimensional Realms."

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Wayne A. Larsen
Tim Layton
Alvin C. Rencher
ArticlePg. 225
Dennis Smith
PoetryPg. 252
Robert Burton
Bruce F. Webster
ArticlePg. 281
James B. Allen
The Historians Corner ItemPg. 297
Donald Q. Cannon
The Historians Corner ItemPg. 297
Ronald K. Esplin
The Historians Corner ItemPg. 300
Ishmael Stagner
Book ReviewPg. 311