John W. Welch

John W. Welch (J.D., Duke University) is the Robert K. Thomas Professor of Law at Brigham Young University’s J. Reuben Clark Law School, editor in chief of BYU Studies, and director of publications for the university’s Joseph Fielding Smith Institute for LDS History. He is the founder of the Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies. He serves on the executive committee of the Biblical Law Section of the Society of Biblical Literature.

Books (18)

Book Chapters (109)

David R. Benard, John W. Welch, and Daniel C. Peterson,

""Secret Combinations""

in

Reexploring the Book of Mormon

(1992)

John W. Welch, Donald W. Parry, and Stephen D. Ricks,

""This Day""

in

Reexploring the Book of Mormon

(1992)

John W. Welch, Gordon C. Thomasson, and Robert F. Smith,

"Abinadi and Pentecost"

in

Reexploring the Book of Mormon

(1992)

John W. Welch, and Larry E. Morris,

"Acknowledgements"

in

Oliver Cowdery: Scribe, Elder, Witness

(2006)

John M. Lundquist, and John W. Welch,

"Ammon and Cutting Off the Arms of Enemies"

in

Reexploring the Book of Mormon

(1992)

Wilford M. Hess, Daniel Fairbanks, John W. Welch, and Jonathan K. Driggs,

"Botanical Aspects of Olive Culture Relevant to Jacob 5"

in

The Allegory of the Olive Tree

(1994)

John W. Welch, and Matthew G. Wells,

"Concrete Evidence for the Book of Mormon"

in

Reexploring the Book of Mormon

(1992)

John W. Welch, and Robert D. Hunt,

"Culturegram: Jerusalem 600 BC"

in

Glimpses of Lehi's Jerusalem

(2004)

John W. Welch, Robert F. Smith, and Gordon C. Thomasson,

"Dancing Maidens and the Fifteenth of Av"

in

Reexploring the Book of Mormon

(1992)

John F. Hall, and John W. Welch,

"Editor's Preface"

in

Apostles and Bishops in Early Christianity

(2004)

John W. Welch, and Daniel B. McKinlay,

"Getting Things Strai[gh]t"

in

Reexploring the Book of Mormon

(1992)

Donald W. Parry, Daniel C. Peterson, and John W. Welch,

"Introduction"

in

Echoes and Evidences of the Book of Mormon

(2002)

John W. Welch, and Stephen D. Ricks,

"Introduction"

in

The Allegory of the Olive Tree

(1994)

John W. Welch, and Stephen D. Ricks,

"Introduction"

in

King Benjamin's Speech Made Simple

(1999)

John W. Welch, and Donald W. Parry,

"Introduction"

in

The Tree of Life

(2011)

John W. Welch, and Stephen D. Ricks,

"Introduction"

in

King Benjamin's Speech

(1998)

David Rolph Seely, Jo Ann H. Seely, and John W. Welch,

"Introduction"

in

Glimpses of Lehi's Jerusalem

(2004)

Robert J. Matthews, and John W. Welch,

"Jesus Christ in the Scriptures"

in

To All the World

(2000)

Miriam Smith, and John W. Welch,

"Joseph Smith: "Author and Proprietor""

in

Reexploring the Book of Mormon

(1992)

John M. Lundquist, and John W. Welch,

"Kingship and Temple in 2 Nephi 5-10"

in

Reexploring the Book of Mormon

(1992)

John F. Hall, John W. Welch, and Joseph Ponczoch,

"Overview"

in

Apostles and Bishops in Early Christianity

(2004)

John L. Sorenson, John A. Tvedtnes, and John W. Welch,

"Seven Tribes: An Aspect of Lehi's Legacy"

in

Reexploring the Book of Mormon

(1992)

Jeffrey P. Thompson, and John W. Welch,

"The Rechabites: A Model Group in Lehi's World"

in

Glimpses of Lehi's Jerusalem

(2004)

Gordon C. Thomasson, and John W. Welch,

"The Sons of the Passover"

in

Reexploring the Book of Mormon

(1992)

John W. Welch, and Kelly Ward,

"Thieves and Robbers"

in

Reexploring the Book of Mormon

(1992)

John W. Welch, and Tim Rathbone,

"Translation of the Book of Mormon by Joseph Smith"

in

To All the World

(2000)

Robert F. Smith, Gordon C. Thomasson, and John W. Welch,

"What Did Charles Anthon Really Say?"

in

Reexploring the Book of Mormon

(1992)

John W. Welch, Roger R. Keller, Paul Y. Hoskisson, Robert F. Smith, Bruce W. Warren, David Fox, and Deloy Pack,

"Words and Phrases"

in

Reexploring the Book of Mormon

(1992)

David Rolph Seely, and John W. Welch,

"Zenos and the Texts of the Old Testament"

in

The Allegory of the Olive Tree

(1994)

Journal Articles (45)

FARMS Staff, John W. Welch, Gordon C. Thomasson, and Robert F. Smith,

"Why Might a Person in 1830 Connect an Angel with a Salamander? (1985),"

FARMS Preliminary Reports

Transcripts (2)

Multimedia (2)