The Pearl of Greatest Price: Mormonism’s Most Controversial Scripture

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The Pearl of Great Price is the least intentional of Latter-day Saint scriptures. When British mission president Franklin Richards pulled together a fifty-six-page assemblage of miscellaneous writings in 1851, he showed no signs of thinking that it prefigured an addition … Continued

The Jerusalem Center in the Community: From Suspicion and Distrust to Acceptance and Respect

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When I first arrived at the Jerusalem Center in 1994 and assumed responsibility for, among other areas, the Center’s security, I inherited from my predecessor a file with policies for how to deal with potential threats. Here are some of … Continued

Editor’s Introduction to BYU Studies Quarterly 59, number 4

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The Brigham Young University Jerusalem Center for Near Eastern Studies was dedicated on May 16, 1989. Located on Mount Scopus, the Center offers an amazing view of Jerusalem and puts the Center’s students in the heart of Jerusalem within easy … Continued