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Approaching Antiquity: “Intimidating, Yet Richly Rewarding”

What do readers think of Approaching Antiquity: Joseph Smith and the Ancient World? Following is an exempt of a review by Kurt Manwaring: “The . . . book is intimidating, yet richly rewarding, with its broad range and nuanced makeup of applicable disciplines. “The table of contents introduces readers to topics both general and specific,

Outstanding Publication Award to Thomas A. Wayment and Lincoln H. Blumell

Thomas A. Wayment (left) and Lincoln H. Blumell (right) received the Harvey B. and Susan Easton Black Outstanding Publication Award  (Academic Scholarship in Ancient Scripture). Their 2015 book, Christian Oxyrhynchus: Texts, Documents, and Sources (Second through Fourth Centuries), was published by Baylor University Press and nominated for a 2016 Association of American University Presses award.