Faculty and Staff Notes

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Review, Winter 2022

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Faculty and Staff

AWARDS

Dana M. Pike and Gaye Strathearn received the Teaching Excellence Award on November 6, 2021, from the graduate programs in Religious Education (MA in Religious Education and MA chaplaincy).

SELECTED FULL-TIME FACULTY PUBLICATIONS

Alford, Kenneth L. “Latter-day Saints at Arlington National Cemetery.” In Alford, Newell, and Baugh, Latter-day Saints in Washington, DC, 415–45.

Alford, Kenneth L., and Scott M. Williams, “The Father and Son Wartime Journals of Eleazar and Francis Hubbel.” Proceedings of the South Carolina Historical Association. 2021.

Alford, Kenneth L., Gaye Strathearn, and Mary Jane Woodger, editors. Old Testament Insights: The Sacrifice of a Broken Heart and Contrite Spirit. American Fork, UT: Covenant Communications, 2021.

Alford, Kenneth L., Lloyd D. Newell, and Alexander L. Baugh, editors. Latter-day Saints in Washington, DC: History, People, and Places. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University; Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2021.

Alford, Kenneth L., and William P. MacKinnon. “Communicating in Code: Brigham Young, Thomas L. Kane, and the ‘Lost’ Utah War Message of July 1858.” Utah Historical Quarterly 89, no. 4 (Fall 2021): 306–21.

See copublication with Michael Shamo.

Baugh, Alexander L. “The Smith Family Memorial Monument in Topsfield, Massachusetts.” BYU Religious Education Review, Fall 2021, 11–18.

———. “The Smithsonian Sunstone: An Iconic Nauvoo Temple Relic.” In Alford, Newell, and Baugh, Latter-day Saints in Washington, DC, 85–113.

Baugh, Alexander L., Steven C. Harper, Brent M. Rogers, and Benjamin C. Pykles, editors. Joseph Smith and His First Vision: Context, Place, and Meaning. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University; Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2021.

See copublication with Kenneth Alford.

Becerra, Daniel.Samuel the Lamanite and the Ethics of Wealth in the Book of Mormon.” In Swift, Samuel the Lamanite, 107–25.

——— “Review of The Book of Mormon for the Least of These, Vol. 1: 1 Nephi–Word of Mormon.” Journal of Book of Mormon Studies 30 (2021): 262–70.

Belnap, Daniel L. “‘There Was One Samuel’: Possible Multiple Sources for the Samuel Narrative.” In Swift, Samuel the Lamanite, 251–91.

———. “In the Beginning: Genesis 1–3 and Its Significance to the Latter-day Saints.” In Belnap and Schade, From Creation to Sinai, 1–41.

Belnap, Daniel L., and Aaron P. Schade, editors. From Creation to Sinai: The Old Testament through the Lens of the Restoration. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University; Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2021.

Belnap, Daniel L., and Andrew C. Skinner. “The Promise and the Provocation: The Sinai Narrative.” In Belnap and Schade, From Creation to Sinai, 483–525.

Blumell, Lincoln H., and Bruce Griffin, “P.Oxy. 5478. Luke 2.32–4, 40–42, 24.22–8, 30–38 (𝔓141).” In The Oxyrhynchus Papyri Vol. LXXXIV, 3–9. London: Egypt Exploration Fund, 2020.

Blumell, Lincoln H., Kerry M. Hull, and Chiara Aliberti, “Un’iscrizione funeraria in greco in triplice copia?” Analecta Papyrologica 32 (2020): 201–12.

Blumell, Lincoln H., Kerry M. Hull, and Zakarias D. Gram. “Eine griechische Votivinschrift aus dem römischen Kleinasien im Sankōkan Museum der Tenri Universität.” Journal of Epigraphic Studies 4 (2021): 91–98.

Blumell, Lincoln H., and Korshi Dosoo, “A Coptic Magical Text for Virginity in Marriage: A Witness to the Practice of Celibate Marriage from Christian Egypt?” Harvard Theological Review 114, no. 1 (2021): 118–42.

See copublication with Kerry Hull.

Charles, Carter. “Theodore Roosevelt, Reed Smoot, the Church, and Religious Tolerance.” In Alford, Newell, and Baugh, Latter-day Saints in Washington, DC, 205–21.

Combs, Jason Robert. Book review of Trinity and Monotheism: A Historical and Theological Review of the Origins and Substance of the Doctrine, by A. Keith Thompson. BYU Studies Quarterly 60, no. 2 (2021): 224–28.

———. “Christian Anti-Sabbath Polemic and the Textual Transmission of Luke 4:16 and 23:56.” TC: A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism 26 (2021): 29–46.

Cope, Rachel. “The First Vision within the Context of Revivalism.” In Baugh, Harper, Rogers, and Pykles, Joseph Smith and His First Vision, 65–87.

Dirkmaat, Gerrit. “‘Obliterated from the Face of the Earth’: Latter‐day Saint Flight and Expulsion.” In Alford, Newell, and Baugh, Latter-day Saints in Washington, DC, 51–65.

Dyer, W. Justin, and Michael A. Goodman. “The Prophetic Nature of the Family Proclamation.” In Alford, Newell, and Baugh, Latter-day Saints in Washington, DC, 135–53.

See copublication with Mark D. Ogletree.

Easton-Flake, Amy. “The Bible in the Millennial Star and the Woman’s Exponent: Biblical Use and Interpretation in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Late Nineteenth Century.” BYU Studies Quarterly 60, no. 1 (2021): 5–41.

———. Letter 80. American Values, Religious Voices: 100 Days, 100 Letters.

———. “Recognizing Responsibility and Standing with Victims: Studying Women of the Old Testament.” In Shannon, Strathearn, Pierce, and Sears, Covenant of Compassion, 127–56.

Ellison, Mark D. “Reimagining and Reimaging Eve in Early Christianity.” In Ellison, Gines, and Osiek, Material Culture and Women’s Religious Experience in Antiquity, 213–56.

Ellison, Mark D., Catherine Gines Taylor, and Carolyn Osiek, editors. Material Culture and Women’s Religious Experience in Antiquity: An Interdisciplinary Symposium. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2021.

See copublication with Matthew J. Grey.

Wang, Wendy, and Jenet J. Erickson. Homeward Bound: The Work-Family Reset in Post-COVID America. Report for the Institute for Family Studies, August 17, 2021.

Esplin, Scott C. “Church and State: The National Park Service and Nauvoo.” In Alford, Newell, and Baugh, Latter-day Saints in Washington, DC, 447–63.

———. “The Law of Sacrifice as Taught in the Restoration.” In Alford, Strathearn, and Woodger, Old Testament Insights, 215–26.

Esplin, Scott C., and Daniel H. Olsen, “‘Come, See the Place’: Teaching Students the Value of Historic Sites.” Religious Educator 22, no. 2 (2021): 114–35.

Johnson, Paul V., and Scott C. Esplin. “Reflections on Teaching.” Religious Educator 22, no. 3 (2021): 1–9.

See copublication with Matthew J. Grey.

Frederick, Nicholas J. “Nephite Jeremiad or Lamanite Encomium? Helaman 13–15 and Lamanite Exceptionalism.” In Swift, Samuel the Lamanite, 293–315.

———. “Finding Meaning(s) in How the Book of Mormon Uses the New Testament.” Journal of Book of Mormon Studies 30, no. 1 (2021): 1–35.

———. “‘Having Many Things to Write to You’: Biblical Intertextuality in Joseph Smith’s Two Colesville Letters.” Journal of Mormon History 47, no. 2 (2021): 23–47.

——— (with Kerry Hull and Joseph M. Spencer). “Scholarly Notes on Helaman 13–16.” In Swift, Samuel the Lamanite, 317–98.

———. “Section 77 and Book of Revelation Scholarship.” Religious Educator 22, no. 2 (2021): 46–71.

Frederick, Nicholas J., and Joseph M. Spencer. “Remnant or Replacement? Outlining a Possible Apostasy Narrative.” BYU Studies Quarterly 60, no. 1 (2021): 105–27.

Gardner, Barbara Morgan. “Using Section 84 to Emphasize the Priesthood Power of Women.” Religious Educator 22, no. 2 (2021): 72–95.

Goodman, Michael A. “‘Oh Say, What Is Truth’: Approaches to Doctrine.” BYU Studies Quarterly 60, no. 3 (2021): 13–38.

See copublication with W. Justin Dyer.

Grey, Matthew J. “Olive Processing and Ritual Purity in the ‘Place of the Oil Press’: Reexamining the First Century Features and Functions of Jerusalem’s Gethsemane Grotto.” In Maeir and Pierce, To Explore the Land of Canaan, 315–54.

Grey, Matthew J., and Mark D. Ellison. “Imagery in Jewish and Christian Ritual Settings.” In The Oxford Handbook of Roman Imagery and Iconography, edited by Nathan T. Elkins and Lea Cline. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2021.

Magness, Jodi, Shua Kisilevitz, Matthew Grey, Dennis Mizzi, Karen Britt, and Ra’anan Boustan, “The Huqoq Excavations: Interim Report on the 2014–2017 Seasons.” Cornerstone: Magazine to Ancient Sites [Arabic journal of the Israel Antiquities Authority] 7 (June 2021): 34–52.

Mizzi, Dennis, and Matthew J. Grey. “Rewriting the History of the Qumran Caves: Reviews of Jean-Baptiste Humbert and Marcello Fidanzio, ed.~Khirbet Qumrân et Aïn Feshkha, vol. 4a: Qumran Cave 11Q: Archaeology and New Scroll Fragments,” with contributions by George Brooke, Sidnie White Crawford, and Lawrence Schiffman. Revue de Qumran 33, no. 2 (2021).

Grey, Matthew J., and Scott C. Esplin. “From Scripture to Screen: Films Depicting Jesus and the World of the Old Testament.” BYU Religious Education Review, Winter 2021, 12–19.

Griffiths, Casey Paul. “The First Vision Goes to the Movies.” In Baugh, Harper, Rogers, and Pykles, Joseph Smith and His First Vision, 257–77.

———. “Jeremiah: Prophet of Paradox.” In Alford, Strathearn, and Woodger, Old Testament Insights, 169–80.

———. “Latter-day Saints in the National Consciousness: The Seating of Senator Reed Smoot.” In Alford, Newell, and Baugh, Latter-day Saints in Washington, DC, 181–203.

———. “‘Reward Excellence’: A Brief History of the BYU Religious Education Student Symposium.” BYU Religious Education Review, Winter 2021, 23–25.

———. Truth Seeker: The Life of Joseph F. Merrill, Scientist, Educator, and Apostle. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University; Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2021.

Harper, Steven C.

See copublication with Alexander Baugh.

Haws, J. B.Murder among the Mormons: Reflections on the Docuseries—and on Its Historical and Theological Implications.” BYU Studies Quarterly 60, no. 2 (2021): 205–23.You’

“On the Pages of the Post: Latter-day Saints and Washington’s Newspaper of Record.” In Alford, Newell, and Baugh, Latter-day Saints in Washington, DC, 155–79.

Hedges, Andrew H. “Book of Mormon Geographies.” BYU Studies Quarterly 60, no. 3 (2021): 193–202.

Hilton, John, III. Considering the Cross: How Calvary Connects Us with Christ. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2021.

———. “Jesus Suffered, Died, and Rose Again for Us.” Liahona, April 2021, 10–15.

———. “Old Testament Sacrifices and the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ.” In Alford, Strathearn, and Woodger, Old Testament Insights, 205–14.

Fischer, Lane, John Hilton III, Virginia Clinton-Lissel, Yao Xiong, David Wiley, and Linda Williams. “The Interaction of Open Educational Resources (OER) Use and Course Difficulty on Student Course Grades in a Community College.” International Journal of Open Educational Resources 4, no. 1 (2021): 9–22.

Hilton, John, III, Anthony R. Sweat, and Josh Stratford. “Latter-day Saints and Images of Christ’s Crucifixion.” BYU Studies Quarterly 60, no. 2 (2021): 49–79.

Hilton, John, III, and Heidi Vogeler. “Religiosity Outcomes in Post-Secondary Courses: Comparing Online and Face-to-Face Instruction.” Religious Education 116, no. 1 (2021): 26–40.

Hilton, John, III, Megan Cutler, and Emily K. Hyde. “Teachings of Church Leaders on Christ’s Final Seven Statements.” Religious Educator 21, no. 1 (2021): 79–99.

Hilton, John, III, Sunny Hendry Hafen, and Jaron Hansen. “Samuel’s Nephite Sources.” In Swift, Samuel the Lamanite, 223–49.

Hopkin, Shon D. “The Covenant among Covenants: The Abrahamic Covenant and Biblical Covenant Making.” In Belnap and Schade, From Creation to Sinai, 223–49.

———. “‘If Thou Doest Well’: The Story of Cain and Abel.” In Alford, Strathearn, and Woodger, Old Testament Insights, 29–40.

———. “Teaching Isaiah with a Restoration Focus by Improving Historical Awareness.” Religious Education Review (Fall 2021): 23‒24.

Hull, Kerry M. “‘In the Day of My Wisdom’: The Prolongation of Days among Israel.” In Swift, Samuel the Lamanite, 25–43.

Hull, Kerry M., and Lincoln H. Blumell. “Assessing the Roles of Women in New Syrian Funerary Reliefs in Japanese Collections.” In Ellison, Taylor, and Osiek, Material Culture and Women’s Religious Experience in Antiquity, 147–67.

Prioletta, Alessia, and Kerry Hull. “A New Sabaic Votive Inscription from the Medelhavsmuseet in Stockholm with Two Lexical Notes on bḥr and bṭl.” Semitica et Classica 8 (2021): 283–93.

See copublications with Lincoln H. Blumell.

Huntsman, Eric D. “Hugh Nibley and Classical Scholarship.” In Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock, 267–98. Orem, UT: Interpreter Foundation, 2021.

———. “Living the Life of Faith in the Last Days.” In God in History in Light of Modern Revelation, edited by Roy A. Prete. Online book.

Judd, Frank F., Jr. “Samuel the Lamanite and Prophecies Fulfilled.” In Swift, Samuel the Lamanite, 45–71.

Korth, Byran B. “Images of Joseph Smith’s 1839–40 Visit to Washington, DC.” In Alford, Newell, and Baugh, Latter-day Saints in Washington, DC, 1–27.

Ludlow, Jared W. “Enoch in the Old Testament and Beyond.” In Belnap and Schade, From Creation to Sinai, 73–114.

———. “The Joseph Smith Translation of the Bible: Ancient Material Restored or Inspired Commentary? Canonical or Optional? Finished or Unfinished?” BYU Studies Quarterly 60, no. 3 (2021): 147–57.~

———. “‘Enoch Walked with God, and He Was Not’: Where Did Enoch Go after Genesis?” In Tracing Ancient Threads in the Book of Moses: Inspired Origins, Temple Contexts, and Literary Qualities, vol. 2, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, David R. Seely, John W. Welch and Scott Gordon, 1001–23; 1029–39. Orem, UT: The Interpreter Foundation/Eborn Books, 2021.

———. “Untimely Death: Is There a Good Time to Die?” In “To Recover What Has Been Lost”: Essays on Eschatology, Intertextuality, and Reception History in Honor of Dale C. Allison Jr. Supplements to Novum Testamentum 183, edited by Tucker S. Ferda, Daniel Frayer-Griggs, and Nathan C. Johnson, 142–57. Leiden: Brill, 2021.

MacKay, Michael Hubbard. “Event or Process? How “the Chamber of Old~Father~Whitmer” Helps Us Understand Priesthood Restoration.” BYU Studies 60, no. 1 (2021): 73–101.~

———. “Teaching Religion with an Object Oriented Ontology.” Religion & Education, December 13, 2021, 1–22.~

———. “The Secular Binary of Joseph Smith’s Translations.” Dialogue 54, no. 3 (Fall 2021): 1–40.

Martin, Jan J. “Samuel the Lamanite: Confronting the Wall of Nephite Prejudice.” In Swift, Samuel the Lamanite, 127–51.

———. “William Tyndale, Joseph Smith and the KJB’s James 1:5.” Journal of Mormon History 47, no. 4 (October 2021): 109–17.

Muhlestein, Kerry. “Comparing Holes for Ritual Activities at the Snefru Bent and Seila Pyramids.” In Maeir and Pierce, To Explore the Land of Canaan, 122–34.

———. “Covenantal Command: Love Thy Neighbor.” In Shannon, Strathearn, Pierce, and Sears, Covenant of Compassion, 73–99.

———. God Will Prevail: Ancient Covenants, Modern Blessings, and the Gathering of Israel. American Fork, UT: Covenant Communications, 2021.

———. “Israel, Egypt, and Canaan.” In Belnap and Schade, From Creation to Sinai, 193–222.

———. Learning to Love Isaiah: A Guide and Commentary. American Fork, UT: Covenant Communications, 2021.

———. Let’s Talk about the Book of Abraham. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2022.

———. “‘What I Will Do to Pharaoh’: The Plagues Viewed as a Divine Confrontation with Pharaoh.” In Belnap and Schade, From Creation to Sinai, 447–82.

Muhlestein, Kerry, and R. Paul Evans. “Death of a Child: Demographic and Preparation Trends of Juvenile Burials in the Graeco-Roman Fayoum.” In Children in Antiquity: Perspectives and Experiences of Childhood in the Ancient Mediterranean, edited by Lesley A. Beaumont, Matthew Dillon, and Nicola Harrington, 533–44. London: Routledge, 2021.

Newell, Lloyd D. “‘Make the Air with Music Ring’: A Personal Perspective on the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.” In Alford, Newell, and Baugh, Latter-day Saints in Washington, DC, 115–33.

Newell, Lloyd D., and Karmel Newell. “‘Thou Shalt Not Covet’: An Eternal Principle and Commandment.” In Alford, Strathearn, and Woodger, Old Testament Insights, 67–78.

See copublication with Kenneth Alford.

Ogletree, Mark D. “Ezra Taft Benson’s Influence on Washington.” In Alford, Newell, and Baugh, Latter-day Saints in Washington, DC, 241–59.

Ogletree, Mark D., W. Justin Dyer, and Lindsay Cowdin. “Adolescents, Mental Health, and the Benefits of Private Religious Worship.” Religious Educator 22, no. 3 (2021): 100–127.

Pierce, George A. “Ancestors of Israel and the Environment of Canaan in the Early Second Millennium BC.” In Belnap and Schade, From Creation to Sinai, 163–92.

———. “Eighth-Century BC Prophets: Sacrifice, Broken Hearts, and Contrite Spirits.” In Alford, Strathearn, and Woodger, Old Testament Insights, 181–92.

———. “Environmental and Socioeconomic Context: Environmental Features.” In T&T Clark Handbook of Food in the Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel, edited by J. Fu, C. Shafer-Elliott, and C. Meyers, 17–35. London: T&T Clark/Bloomsbury, 2021.

———. “The Experience of Israelite Refugees: Lessons Gleaned from the Archaeology of Eighth-Century-BC Judah.” In Shannon, Strathearn, Pierce, and Sears, Covenant of Compassion, 323–52.

———. “The ‘Four-Room House’ Complex at Tell Dothan, Area A: An Analysis of Function, Demography, and Cultural Identity.” In Maeir and Pierce, To Explore the Land of Canaan, 249–65.

———. Book review of Yossi Garfinkel, Saar Ganor, and Michael G. Hasel, In the Footsteps of King David: Revelations from a Biblical City. Ancient Near Eastern Studies 58 (2021): 301–3.

Maeir, Aron M., and George A. Pierce, editors. “To Explore the Land of Canaan”: Studies in Biblical Archaeology in Honor of Jeffrey R. Chadwick on the Occasion of His 66th Birthday. Archaeology of the Biblical Worlds 4. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2021.

Olsen, Daniel, and George A. Pierce. “Latter-day Saints, the Bible, and Tourism.” In The Bible and Global Tourism, edited by J. S. Bielo and L. Wijnia, 83–104. The Bible in Contemporary Culture. London: Bloomsbury, 2021.

Pierce, Krystal V. L. “The Gēr in the Pentateuch and the Book of Mormon: Refugee Treatment under the Mosaic Law.” In Shannon, Strathearn, Pierce, and Sears, Covenant of Compassion, 353–79.

———. “Living and Dying as an Egyptian Woman in Canaan: A Gendered Cultural Study of Tomb 118 at Deir el-Balah.” In Ellison, Taylor, and Osiek, Material Culture and Women’s Religious Experience in Antiquity, 25–51.

Pierce, Krystal V. L., and David Rolph Seely, editors. Approaching Holiness: Exploring the History and Teachings of the Old Testament. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University; Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2021.

Pike, Dana M. “Balaam in the Book of Numbers.” In Belnap and Schade, From Creation to Sinai, 561–98.

———. “The Offering of a Broken Heart.” In Alford, Strathearn, and Woodger, Old Testament Insights, 13–28.

———. “The Poor and the Needy in the Book of Isaiah.” In Shannon, Strathearn, Pierce, and Sears, Covenant of Compassion, 213–36.

Schade, Aaron P. “Isaac and Jacob: Succession Narratives, Birthrights, and Blessings.” In Belnap and Schade, From Creation to Sinai, 335–84.

———. “The Rainbow as a Token in Genesis: Covenants and Promises in the Flood Story.” In Belnap and Schade, From Creation to Sinai, 115–61.

Ji,~Chang-Ho, and Aaron Schade. “Excavating a Monumental Stepped Stone Structure at Khirbat Ataruz: The 2016–17 Season of Fieldwork in Field G.” Andrews University Seminary Studies (AUSS) 58, no. 2 (2021): 227–56.

Schade, Aaron P., and Matthew L. Bowen. The Book of Moses: From the Ancient of Days to the Latter Days. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University; Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2021.

See copublication with Daniel L. Belnap.

Sears, Joshua M. “‘Behold These Thy Brethren!’: Deeply Seeing All of Our Brothers and Sisters.” In Shannon, Strathearn, Pierce, and Sears, Covenant of Compassion, 101–23.

Seely, David Rolph. Book review of Hugh Nibley Observed, edited by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Shirley S. Ricks, and Stephen T. Whitlock. BYU Studies Quarterly 60, no. 2 (2021): 239–40.

Seely, David Rolph, and Jo Ann H. Seely. “The Cry of the Widow, the Fatherless, and the Stranger: The Covenant Obligation to Help the Poor and Oppressed.” In Shannon, Strathearn, Pierce, and Sears, Covenant of Compassion, 47–72.

Shamo, Michael L., and Kenneth L. Alford. “Make Your Exams More Secure by Using Question Banks.” The Teaching Professor, April 2021.

Shannon, Avram R. “Abraham: A Man of Relationships.” In Belnap and Schade, From Creation to Sinai, 279–309.

———. “‘Be Ye Therefore Holy’: Consecration in the Sinai Covenant.” In Alford, Strathearn, and Woodger, Old Testament Insights, 79–88.

———. “Prophets and Prophecy in the Book of Mormon: The Case of Samuel the Lamanite.” In Swift, Samuel the Lamanite, 3–23.

Shannon, Avram R., Gaye Strathearn, George A. Pierce, and Joshua M. Sears, editors. Covenant of Compassion: Caring for the Marginalized and Disadvantaged in the Old Testament. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University; Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2021.

Shannon, Avram R., and Thora Florence Shannon. “Models of Motherhood: Expansive Mothering in the Old Testament.” In Shannon, Strathearn, Pierce, and Sears, Covenant of Compassion, 157–81.

Sharp, Ryan H. “‘Was It Not So?’ Remembering the Contributions of Samuel the Lamanite.” In Swift, Samuel the Lamanite, 73–105.

Sharp, Ryan H., and Aaron Mark Coombs. “Accomplishing the Will of the Father: A Historical and Theological Examination of Doctrine and Covenants 19.” Religious Educator 22, no. 1 (2021): 37–57.

Skinner, Andrew C. “Cain and Abel (Genesis 4 and Moses 5).” In Belnap and Schade, From Creation to Sinai, 43–72.

McCarlie, V. Wallace, Jr., and Andrew C. Skinner. “Sidney B. Sperry: Seeking to Know the Word.” In Shannon, Strathearn, Pierce, and Sears, Covenant of Compassion, 1–28.

See copublication with Daniel Belnap.

Smith, Hank. “7 Brushstrokes to a Happier Life,” New Era, July 2021.

   

Spencer, Joseph M. The Anatomy of Book of Mormon Theology. 2 vols. Salt Lake City: Greg Kofford Books, 2021.

———. “Spiritual Death Divided and Dividing.” In Swift, Samuel the Lamanite, 153–81.

———. 1o Nefi: Una breve introducción teológica [1st Nephi: A Brief Theological Introduction], translated by Pablo Silveira. Provo, UT: Neal A. Maxwell Institute, 2020.

———. “Standing on the (Shrugging) Shoulders of a Giant: Notes on Hugh Nibley’s Contribution to Book of Mormon Studies.” Journal of Book of Mormon Studies 30 (2021): 90–110.

See copublication with Nicholas J. Frederick.

Strathearn, Gaye, and Angela Cothran. “Naomi, Ruth, and Boaz: Borders, Relationships, Law, and Ḥesed.” In Shannon, Strathearn, Pierce, and Sears, Covenant of Compassion, 183–210.

Strathearn, Gaye, and Sarah Romney. “The Book of Ruth: God’s Covenantal Love in Times of Trial.” In Alford, Strathearn, and Woodger, Old Testament Insights, 105–18.

See copublication with Kenneth Alford.

Sweat, Anthony R. “Joseph Smith in the National Portrait Gallery.” In Alford, Newell, and Baugh, Latter-day Saints in Washington, DC, 351–65.

———. “‘The Spirit of Confession and Forgiveness’: Joseph Smith’s 1835 Reconciliation with His Brother William.” In Know Brother Joseph: New Perspectives on Joseph Smith’s Life and Character, edited by Eric Smith, Matthew C. Godfrey, and Matthew J. Grow, 104–9. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2021.

———. “The Way of Cain, the Error of Balaam, and the Gainsaying of Korah.” In Alford, Strathearn, and Woodger, Old Testament Insights, 89–96.

See copublication with John Hilton III.

Swift, Charles. “Samuel the Lamanite: Key Prophet in the Returning Prophet Type-Scene.” In Swift, Samuel the Lamanite, 183–221.

Swift, Charles, editor. Samuel the Lamanite: That Ye Might Believe. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University; Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2021.

Watkins, Jordan T. “The Revelatory Sources of Latter-day Saint Petitioning.” In Alford, Newell, and Baugh, Latter-day Saints in Washington, DC, 29–49.

———. Slavery and Sacred Texts: The Bible, the Constitution, and Historical Consciousness in Antebellum America. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press, 2021.

———. Review of Brigham Young and the Expansion of the Mormon Faith, by Thomas G. Alexander. Journal of American History 107, no. 4 (March 2021): 1000–1001.

Wilcox, Brad. “Get in the Lifeboat: Finding Safety in the Church.” Liahona, July 2021, 12–15.

———. “Worthiness Is Not Flawlessness.” Liahona, November 2021, 61–68.

———. Your Patriarchal Blessing. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2021.

Halverson, Taylor D., Brad Wilcox, and Lisa Halverson, editors. Learning for Eternity: Best BYU Speeches and Articles on Learners and Learning. Provo, UT: BYU Studies, 2021.

Maguet, McKenna Louise, Timothy G. Morrison, Brad Wilcox, and Monica T. Billen. “Improving Children’s Reading Comprehension by Teaching Inferences.” Reading Psychology 42, no. 3 (2021): 264–80.

Wilcox, Brad, Timothy G. Morrison, Kyle C. Lyons, and Jacob M. Robins. “Sixty Years of BYU Studies (Quarterly), 1959–2019: The Narrative and the Numbers.” BYU Studies Quarterly 60, no. 4 (2021): 1–35.

Woodger, Mary Jane. “General Conference Insights: Broken Heart and a Contrite Spirit.” In Alford, Strathearn, and Woodger, Old Testament Insights, 1–14.

———. “Joseph Smith as a Husband.” In Smith, Godfrey, and Grow, Know Brother Joseph, 144–48.

Woodger, Mary Jane, and Brooke Anderson. “Beverly Campbell: Church Public and International Affairs Director.” In Alford, Newell, and Baugh, Latter-day Saints in Washington, DC, 303–17.

See copublication with Kenneth Alford.

Woods, Fred E. “African American Baptists and Latter-day Saints in Las Vegas.” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 64 (Fall 2021), 259–67.

———. “Beneath the Pages: McClintock’s Mormon Settlement in Arizona.” Latter-day Saint Historic Studies 22, no. 1 (Spring 2021): 115–55.

——— (coproducer). The Latter-day Saint Image in the British Mind (film documentary, 2021).

———. “A Mission to Washington: Orson Pratt’s Publishing of The Seer.” In Alford, Newell, and Baugh, Latter-day Saints in Washington, DC, 67–83.

———. “The Rise of the Sitka Saints.” Latter-day Saint Historic Studies 22, no. 1 (Spring 2021): 37–56.

IN MEMORIAM

Rex C. Reeve Jr. died on January 19, 2022.

Joseph Grant Stevenson died on November 2, 2021.