This sale runs from August 16 until August 28. The special prices for these items will be available during this time.

Adventures of the Soul: The Best Creative Nonfiction from BYU Studies

To help celebrate our 50th anniversary, Doris R. Dant has compiled a new book of personal essays titled Adventures of the Soul: The Best Creative Nonfiction from BYU Studies.

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An Advocate for Women: The Public Life of Emmeline B. Wells, 1870–1920

In her fifty years as a public figure, Emmeline B. Wells edited the Woman’s Exponent, represented Latter-day Saint women in national women’s organizations, courageously defended her religion in the halls of Congress, and helped mitigate anti-Mormon sentiments, all before becoming … Continued

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Book cover for Artifacts Speak: Revisiting Old Stories about Treasured Latter-day Saint Heirlooms
Artifacts Speak: Revisiting Old Stories about Treasured Latter-day Saint Heirlooms
This book reports on selected buildings and objects that bring to life important events that took place in the first two decades of the Restoration. As museum curators and historians worked to exhibit and tell the history of these objects, they sometimes found that stories told about them were incorrect. This collection’s aim is to tell a more accurate history about these treasured heirlooms.
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Book of Mormon Critical Text Project,
Volume 3, Part 1 and Part 2: Grammatical Variation,
The History of the Text of the Book of Mormon

These newest books in The Book of Mormon Critical Text Project analyze every basic type of editorial change or grammatical variation in the Book of Mormon, beginning with the handwritten manuscripts and considering every major printed edition. Each of the … Continued

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Book of Mormon Critical Text Project,
Volume 3, Part 3 and Part 4: The Nature of the Original Language of the Book of Mormon,
The History of the Text of the Book of Mormon

The Nature of the Original Language (NOL) continues the analysis of the Book of Mormon text that was begun in Grammatical Variation (GV), parts 1 and 2 of volume 3 of the critical text, published in 2016. In that first … Continued

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Book of Mormon Critical Text Project,
Volume 3, Part 5: The King James Quotations in the Book of Mormon,
The History of the Text of the Book of Mormon

In this part 5 of volume 3 of the critical text, we identify one more use of Early Modern English – in fact, a very specific one – in the original text of the Book of Mormon, namely, quotations from … Continued

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Book of Mormon Critical Text Project,
Volume 3, Part 6: Spelling in the Manuscripts and Editions,
The History of the Text of the Book of Mormon

For part 6 of volume 3 of the Book of Mormon critical text project, we take up what may seem like a mundane subject, namely, misspellings in the manuscripts and in the printed editions. This brief summary of the book … Continued

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Book of Mormon Critical Text Project,
Volume 4: Analysis of Textual Variants of the Book of Mormon,
2nd Edition

We are pleased to announce the publication of the second edition of volume 4 of Royal Skousen’s Book of Mormon Critical Text Project. This six-book set, entitled Analysis of Textual Variants of the Book of Mormon (ATV), fulfills the central … Continued

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Discoveries: Two Centuries of Poems by Mormon Women, 2nd edition

Discoveries highlights poems that trace Mormon women’s life experiences from creation through childbirth, youth marriage, motherhood, aging, death, and entrance into eternity. The poetry stirs us to remember, to ponder, often to laugh, sometimes to weep, yet always to rejoice.

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Early Mormon Pamphleteering

Some have argued that Mormonism began with a book, the Book of Mormon. This printed beginning quickly spawned a prolific amount of published material both expounding and defending early doctrines of the Latter-day Saints. Between 1836 and 1860 about ninety … Continued

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Father of a Prophet: Andrew Kimball

Spencer W. Kimball spent innumerable hours working on a biography of his father, Andrew, but was unable to finish it. This book, completed by Spencer’s son and biographer, Edward L. Kimball, brings that desire to fulfillment. Father of a Prophet … Continued

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From the Muddy River to the Ivory Tower: The Journey of George H. Brimhall

As a teacher at BYU and then its president (1904-1921), Brimhall was known as a dynamic orator and as a compassionate administrator whose primary desire was to help students succeed. Brimhall’s faith in and devotion to his religion coincided with … Continued

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Gathering as One: The History of the Mormon Tabernacle in Salt Lake City

The Salt Lake Tabernacle held the North American record for the widest unsupported interior space at its completion in 1867. Finished two years before the arrival of the railroad, it was constructed primarily of local stone, timber, and adobe.

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Give It All Up and Follow Your Lord: Mormon Female Religiosity, 1831-1843

Women constituted a significant portion of the membership of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints during its first decade of existence. However, little historical analysis exists to document the contribution and experience of these women as a whole. … Continued

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Learning in the Light: Selected Talks at BYU

The talks collected in this volume are drawn from John S. Tanner’s later years at Brigham Young University, prior to his appointment as president of BYU–Hawaii. They contain a record of how, as an administrator, he tried to keep the … Continued

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Lectures on Religion and the Founding of the American Republic
Typical histories of the United States talk about the American Revolution as if the only issues were secular or economic, such as offensive regulations or taxation without representation. But religion was also crucial, as demonstrated by this collection of lectures that were delivered in conjunction with the Library of Congress exhibition Religion and the Founding of the American Republic.
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Mapping Mormonism: An Atlas of Latter-day Saint History, 2nd Edition

Mapping Mormonism brings together contributions from sixty experts in the fields of geography, history, Mormon history, and economics to produce the most monumental work of its kind. More than an atlas, this book also includes hundreds of timelines and charts, along … Continued

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Martin Harris: Uncompromising Witness of the Book of Mormon

Martin Harris: Uncompromising Witness of the Book of Mormon reveals the compelling story of a man who had seen angels and knew Joseph Smith was a prophet but who nevertheless struggled to keep his faith in the prophetic calling of … Continued

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Melting the Ice: A History of Latter-day Saints in Alaska

Notwithstanding the frigid circumstances, a genuine warmth emanates from the Alaskan Saints. The match that lit this internal flame was the restored gospel of Jesus Christ, first striking the Alaskan borders at the turn of the twentieth century. They have … Continued

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Mountain Meadows Massacre: The Andrew Jensen and David H. Morris Collections

With all the controversy surrounding the massacre at Mountain Meadows on September 11, 1857, wouldn’t it be nice to get firsthand accounts from the participants in that tragic event? As Ronald W. Walker, Richard E. Turley Jr., and Glen M. … Continued

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My Fellow Servants: Essays on the History of the Priesthood

The Restoration of priesthood authority was a key event in the organization of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints by Joseph Smith in 1830, as is well known. Much less familiar is the fascinating process of continuing revelation … Continued

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New Testament Commentary: Paul’s First Epistle to the Corinthians

Of all of Paul’s epistles, First Corinthians may resonate the most with Latter-day Saints. Many of its doctrinal teachings reappear in the Restoration: baptism for the dead, degrees of glory, charity never faileth, the administration of the sacrament, and others. … Continued

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New Testament Commentary: The Gospel According to Mark
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New Testament Commentary: The Testimony of Luke

Enthroned above all creation towers the exalted, glorified Christ. Descending into the darkest recesses of human agony and sin reaches the warm, caring Jesus. These two are the same person. Luke’s testimony introduces us to this man become God-God the … Continued

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Religions of the World

This popular text, used throughout the Church for the study of world religions, has been revised and expanded. Two additional authors, several new chapters, a number of new illustrations, and much updated material add fresh perspectives to the former edition’s … Continued

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Successful Marriages and Families: Proclamation Principles and Research Perspectives

Issued by the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve in 1995, The Family: A Proclamation to the World has instructed and inspired Latter-day Saints throughout the world, including many LDS scholars who seek to strengthen and defend marriages and … Continued

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Taking the Gospel to the Japanese, 1901–2001

The first Latter-day Saint missionaries to Japan encountered formidable language, religious, and cultural barriers. After considerable efforts, Church officials closed the mission in 1924. Later, the gospel was reintroduced in mid-century, when it took root. Since that time, Mormon missionaries … Continued

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The Best of St. Louis Luminary

Published from November 1854 to December 1855, the St. Louis Luminary was started by Apostle Erastus Snow, the Latter-day Saint leader over the region. The newspaper maintained contact among the members, helped emigrating Saints stay focused on their ultimate destination … Continued

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The Best of the Frontier Guardian

The Frontier Guardian was published in Kanesville, Pottawatamie County, Iowa, from 1849 to 1851. The newspaper was started by Orson Hyde, who used it to maintain contact among the Latter-day Saints and to help keep them focused on their ultimate … Continued

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Turning Freud Upside Down 2: More Gospel Perspectives on Psychotherapy’s Fundamental Problems

An increasing number of psychotherapists reject traditional psychology’s marginalization of religion. As in the original Turning Freud Upside Down, this second volume looks to Christ’s gospel for direction. With a gospel perspective, the authors have questioned some of psychotherapy’s standard … Continued

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