Insights: The Newsletter of the Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship



Journal of Book of Mormon Studies, Hebrew, Native American languages, Book of Mormon studies, literary narrative, Alma, resurrected Savior


The latest issue of the Journal of Book of Mormon Studies is now available and promises to be a fascinating read. Featured articles deal with connections between Hebrew and Native American languages, the mingling of historical and literary narrative and the ways each strengthens the other, a literary analysis of a complex short passage in Alma, and an exploration of the extent to which Nephite ecclesiastical practices were based on the example of the resurrected Savior.