essays, Book of Mormon, Latter-day Saints, traditions
A trio of essays in the current issue of the Review (vol. 22, no. 1) concerns John W. Welch’s The Sermon on the Mount in the Light of the Temple, which makes a highly original and important contribution to biblical studies by revealing the “temple register” and organic unity of Jesus’s famous sermon. George L. Mitton’s introductory remarks call attention to two scholarly reviews of Welch’s study that find his thesis intriguing and plausible. A substantial excerpt from Welch’s preface to his book follows, as does a review by Gaye Strathearn that offers a helpful summary of Welch’s approach and argument and of the book’s importance for Latter-day Saints.
"Latest FARMS Review Tidies Garden of Book of Mormon Studies,"
Insights: The Newsletter of the Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship: Vol. 30:
4, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/insights/vol30/iss4/4