Nibley, Hugh W.
Since Cumorah : The Book of Mormon in the Modern World
Salt Lake City
Deseret Book Co.
Reprint of the 1967 version.
A hundred years ago, the Book of Mormon was regarded by the scholarly world as an odd text that simply did not fit their understanding of the ancient world. Since that time, however, numerous ancient records have come to light, including the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Nag Hammadi texts. These discoveries have forced scholars to change their views of history, and they place the Book of Mormon in a new light as well.
'A Record in the Language of My Father' : Evidence of Ancient Egyptian and Hebrew in the Book of Mormon
'Skin' or 'Scales' of Blackness? Semitic Context as Interpretive Aid for 2 Nephi 4 : 35 (LDS 5 : 21)
An Ancient American Setting for the Book of Mormon
An Introduction to the Relevance of and a Methodology for a Study of the Proper Names of the Book of Mormon
Comparing Book of Mormon Names with Those Found in J.R.R. Tolkien's Works : An Exploratory Study
Does the Shoe Fit? : A Critique of the Limited Tehuantepec Geography
Four LDS Views on Harold Bloom
Kingship, Democracy, and the Message of the Book of Mormon
Multiply Exceedingly : Book of Mormon Population Sizes
Reckoning with Race in the Book of Mormon : A Review of Literature
Reexploring the Book of Mormon
The Bible and the Book of Mormon : A Review of Literature
The Book of Mormon Reference Companion
The Gold Plates and Ancient Metal Epigraphy
The King James Bible and the Future of Missionary Work
The Priority of Mosiah : A Prelude to Book of Mormon Exegesis
The Word of God is Enough : The Book of Mormon as Nineteenth-Century Scripture
The World and Joseph Smith