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Contents Introduction 1. "Plain and Precious Things": The Writing of the New Testament Elder Alexander B. Morrison 2. Asking Restoration Questions in New Testament Scholarship Kent P. Jackson 3. From Clay Tablets to Canon: The Story of the Formation of Scripture Kerry Muhlestein 4. Jews and Greeks: The Broader Context for Writing the New Testament Jennifer C. Lane 5. Scribes and Ancient Letters: Implications for the Pauline Epistles Lincoln H. Blumell 6. First-Century Sources on the Life of Jesus Thomas A. Wayment 7. The Principles of New Testament Textual Criticism Carl W. Griffin and Frank F. Judd Jr. 8. New Testament Manuscripts, Textual Families, and Variants Carol F. Ellertson 9. Who Really Wrote the Gospels? A Study of Traditional Authorship Frank F. Judd Jr. 10. Matthew as an Editor of the Life and Teachings of Jesus Christ Gaye Strathearn 11. "It Is Written": Paul's Use of Old Testament Scripture Jared W. Ludlow 12. The Occasional Nature, Composition, and Structure of Paul's Letters Eric D. Huntsman 13. Authorship of the Epistle to the Hebrews Terry Szink 14. The Savior's Teachings on Anger in Matthew 5:22 Daniel K Judd 15. The Discourse of the Bread of Life as Dialogue Charles Swift 16. The Earliest "New Testament" Richard D. Draper 17. False Gospels Thomas A. Wayment 18. Joseph Smith and the New Testament Robert J. Matthews
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Bible. N.T. -- History -- Congresses.
Bible. N.T. -- Canon -- Congresses.
Bible. N.T. -- Criticism, interpretation, etc. -- Congresses.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints -- Doctrines -- Congresses.
Mormon Church -- Doctrines -- Congresses.