David P. Wright

DAVID P. WRIGHT is Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible and Ancient Near East at Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts. His books in- clude The Disposal of Impurity: Elimination Rites in the Bible and in Hittite and Mesopotamian Literature (Scholars Press, 1987) and Ritual in Narrative: The Dynamics of Feasting, Mourning, and Retaliation Rites in the Ugaritic Tale of Aqhat (Eisenbrauns, forthcoming).

Scripture, History, and Faith: A Round Table Discussion

Articles/Essays – Volume 29, No. 4

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Joseph Smith’s Interpretation of Isaiah in the Book of Mormon

Articles/Essays – Volume 31, No. 4

Dialogue 31.4 (Winter 1999):190–199
It is noteworthy be￾cause, instead of laying out the original historical meaning of Isaiah, it re￾applies the text to the time of Joseph Smith and to the course of Jewish and Christian history up to his time.

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A Maturing View of the Book of Mormon: An Insider’s View of Mormon Origins by Grant H. Palmer

Articles/Essays – Volume 38, No. 1

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