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The Book of Mormon: The Keystone Scripture (Symposium, Vol 1) by Religious Studies Center1
The Book of Mormon: First Nephi, the doctrinal foundation : papers from the Second Annual Book of Mormon Symposium (Book of Mormon symposium series) by Monte S. Nyman2
The Book of Mormon: Second Nephi, The Doctrinal Structure (BYU Book of Mormon Symposium Series, 2) by Monte S. Nyman3
The Book of Mormon: Jacob through words of Mormon, to learn with joy : papers from the Fourth Annual Book of Mormon Symposium (Book of Mormon symposium series, 4) by Monte S. Nyman4
The Book of Mormon: Mosiah, Salvation Only Through Christ : Papers from the Fifth Annual Book of Mormon Symposium (Book of Mormon Symposium Series) by Monte S. Nyman5
The book of Mormon: ALMA, the testimony of the word : papers from the Sixth Annual Book of Mormon Symposium, 1991 (Book of Mormon symposium series) by Monte S. Nyman6
The Book of Mormon: Helaman Through 3 Nephi 8, According to Thy Word (Papers from the Seventh Annual Book of Mormon Symposium, 7) by Monte S. Nyman7
The Book of Mormon: 3 Nephi 9-30, This is My Gospel: Papers from the Eighth Annual Book of Mormon Symposium, 1993 (Book of Mormon Symposium Series, 8) by Monte S. Nyman8
The Book of Mormon: Fourth Nephi Through Moroni, from Zion to Destruction: Papers from the Ninth Annual Book of Mormon Symposium, 1994 (Dolciani Mathematical Expositions) by Monte S. Nyman9
Book of Mormon Symposium Series [9 Volume Set] by Religious Studies Centerseries

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Recommendations

  1. The Book of Mormon Reference Companion by Dennis L. Largey (2003)
  2. Book of Mormon Authorship: New Light on Ancient Origins by Noel B. Reynolds (1982)
  3. Studies in Scripture, Vol. 1: The Doctrine and Covenants by Robert L. Millet (1984)
  4. Reexploring the Book of Mormon by John W. Welch (1992)
  5. Christ and the New Covenant: The Messianic Message of the Book of Mormon by Jeffrey R. Holland (1997)
  6. An Ancient American Setting for the Book of Mormon by John L. Sorenson (1985)
  7. Echoes and Evidences of the Book of Mormon by Donald W. Parry (2002)
  8. Doctrinal Commentary on the Pearl of Great Price by Hyrum Leslie Andrus (1967)
  9. Nurturing Faith Through the Book of Mormon: The 24th Annual Sidney B. Sperry Symposium by Sperry Symposium (1995)
  10. The World and the Prophets (The Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, Vol 3) by Hugh Nibley (1954)
  11. Doctrine and Covenants Commentary by Hyrum M. Smith (1950)
  12. Commentary on the Pearl of Great Price by George Reynolds (1969)
  13. Rediscovering the Book of Mormon by John L. Sorenson (1991)
  14. Commentary on the Book of Mormon, Volume 1: The Smaller Plates of Nephi by George Reynolds (1955)
  15. Doctrinal Commentary on the Book of Mormon, Vol. 3 by Joseph Fielding McConkie (1991)

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