Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Some Reflections on Basic Methodology for Approaching the Book of Mormon

William Hamblin, emeritus professor of history at Brigham Young University, has published a series of observations about the methodology of studying the Book of Mormon. This series of posts is part of a larger dialogue:

The Centrality of Hermeneutics

Other observations include:


Rules of Engagement


Peer Review

Rules of Engagement

Book of Mormon Studies

Empiricism and the Past

Historicity and Authenticity


The Real Problem

Pottery 2

Refusing to Read

Quantity of Evidence

Why Methodology?

Why No Inscriptions?

Place Names

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