John L. Sorenson
JOHN L. SORENSON is emeritus professor of anthropology at Brigham Young University. He founded the teaching of anthropology at BYU in 1958 and administered that field for 14 years before retiring in 1986. He and his wife Helen Lance Christianson are parents to 18 children, grandparents to 45, and great-grandparents to 5. They reside in Provo.
Problems and Answers: Answers to Book of Mormon Questions by Sidney E. Sperry
Articles/Essays – Volume 3, No. 1
Ancient America and the Book of Mormon Revisited
Articles/Essays – Volume 4, No. 2
Dialogue 4.2 (Summer 1971): 82–85
Secular scholarship and L.D.S. studies of archaeology and the Book of Mormon have had a discordant dialogue for some time. The scripture asserts, for example, that the civilizations it describes in ancient America had their fundamental inspiration in migrations from the Near East.
Notes on the Margin: Religious Movements in Contemporary America edited by Irving I. Zaretsky and Mark P. Leone
Articles/Essays – Volume 9, No. 4
Voices from the Dust: Women in Zion: Women’s Voices: An Untold History of the Latter-day Saints, 1830-1900
Articles/Essays – Volume 16, No. 2