New. 1589580893 Brand New! ; A stimulating book on an important subject, it ranks high on the list of distinguished works published by Brigham Young University Religious Studies Center. This new reprint is complete and unchaged from the last BYU Printing. The most complete and comprehensive treatment of the Apocryphal ever put together by LDS scholars. This sought-after volume of essays takes an in-depth look at the apocrypha and how Latter-day Saints should approach it in their gospel study. With notable LDS authors such as Stephen E. Robinson, Joseph F. McConkie, and Robert L. Millet, this volume is an essential addition to any well-rounded Mormon studies library. Essays include: ? Whose Apocrypha? Viewing Ancient Apocrypha from the Vantage of Events in the Present Dispensation, ? ? Lying for God: The Uses of Apocrypha, ? and? The Nag Hammadi Library: A Mormon Perspective. ? ; 5" x 8.5"; 333 pages.
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