Stephen D. Ricks

Stephen D. Ricks (Ph.D. in Near Eastern Religions, University of California, Berkeley, and Graduate Theological Union) is Professor of Hebrew and Cognate Learning in the Department of Asian and Near Eastern Languages at Brigham Young University. He served as president of the Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies and as chairman of the board, as the founding editor of the Journal of Book of Mormon Studies, and as Associate Dean of General Education and Honors at Brigham Young University.

Books (12)

Book Chapters (35)

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

""This Day""

in

Reexploring the Book of Mormon

(1992)

Donald W. Parry, and Stephen D. Ricks,

"Introduction"

in

The Temple in Time and Eternity

(1999)

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 Stephen D. Ricks,

"Introduction"

in

King Benjamin's Speech

(1998)

Bruce H. Porter, and Stephen D. Ricks,

"Names in Antiquity: Old, New, and Hidden"

in

By Study and Also by Faith

(1990)

Robert F. Smith, and Stephen D. Ricks,

"New Year's Celebrations"

in

Reexploring the Book of Mormon

(1992)

Daniel C. Peterson, and Stephen D. Ricks,

"The Throne Theophany/Prophetic Call of Muḥammad"

in

The Disciple as Scholar

(2000)

Journal Articles (29)

Transcripts (5)