A Topical Bibliography of the Works of Richard Lloyd Anderson

The full bibliographic and reprint information, as well as explanatory notes, appear in this topical bibliography. Entries in the chronological bibliography may have been shortened.

Abbreviations

BYU Brigham Young University

BYUS Brigham Young University Studies

CES Church Educational System

Dialogue Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought

FARMS Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies

IE Improvement Era

Ins Instructor

Outline

I. Graduate Studies [thesis, dissertation]

II. LDS Church History

A. Joseph Smith

1. Ancestors/Parents

2. Personal

3. Smith Family

B. Early Mormon History

1. New York and Pennsylvania Period

a. First Vision

b. Coming Forth of the Book of Mormon

c. Priesthood Restoration

d. Organization of the Church

2. Ohio Period

3. Missouri Period

4. Illinois Period

5. Early Mormon Historiography

III. The Book of Mormon

A. Doctrinal/Historical Studies

B. Book of Mormon Witnesses

1. Oliver Cowdery

2. Martin Harris

3. David Whitmer

4. The Eight Witnesses

5. Other Studies

IV. New Testament Studies

A. The Gospels and the Life of Christ

B. Paul and the Apostles

C. Early Christianity

D. Biblical Textual Studies

V. Textbooks

VI. Book Reviews

A. Review Essays

B. Book Reviews

VII. Personal and Missionary Items

A. The Anderson Plan

B. Letters to the Editor

C. Testimonies

D. Interviews

E. Video Lecture/Presentation

F. Forewords

I. Graduate Studies

Euangelion—A Study in New Testament Context: The New Testament Definition of the Gospel.” Master’s thesis, BYU, 1957.

“The Rise and Fall of Middle-Class Loyalty to the Roman Empire: A Social Study of Velleius Paterculus and Ammianus Marcellinus.” Ph.D. diss., University of California, Berkeley, 1962.

II. LDS Church History

A. Joseph Smith

1. Ancestors/Parents

Joseph Smith’s New England Heritage: Influences of Grandfathers Solomon Mack and Asael Smith. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1971. Electronic edition, Deseret Book, 1995 (GospelLink).

“Heritage of a Prophet.” Ensign (February 1971): 15–19.

“Joseph Smith, Sr.: Family and Church Patriarch.” In Joseph Smith Sr., Family Reunion, Oral Presentations, 18–19 August 1972, 47–51. Provo, Utah: Buddy Youngren, 1972.

“Personalities That Created Joseph Smith.” In 1971–72 California Know Your Religion Series, 53–68. N.p.: BYU California Center, 1973.

“Methods Used in Discovering Joseph Smith’s Family History.” In World Conference on Records: Preserving Our Heritage, August 12–15, 1980. Vol. 4, North American Family and Local History, Part 2, Series No. 343. Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1980.

“Lucy Mack Smith.” In The Encyclopedia of Mormonism, edited by Daniel H. Ludlow, 3:1355–58. New York: Macmillan, 1992. Reprinted in Church History: Selections from the Encyclopedia of Mormonism, edited by Daniel H. Ludlow, 534–40. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1995.

2. Personal

“Joseph Smith and the Millenarian Time Table.” BYUS 3/3–4 (1961): 55–66.

“The Trustworthiness of Young Joseph Smith.” IE (October 1970): 82–89.

“The Knowable Prophet.” The Daily Universe, Monday Magazine [BYU Campus Student Newspaper], 3 May 1971, 3, 11.

“Joseph Smith’s Insights into the Olivet Prophecy: Joseph Smith 1 and Matthew 24.” In Pearl of Great Price Symposium, 22 November 1975, 48–61. Provo, Utah: Department of Ancient Scripture, College of Religious Instruction, BYU Press, 1976.

“The Personality of the Prophet.” New Era (December 1987): 14–19.

“Joseph Smith’s Final Self-Appraisal.” In The Prophet Joseph: Essays on the Life and Mission of Joseph Smith, edited by Larry C. Porter and Susan Easton Black, 320–32. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1988.

3. Smith Family

“Joseph Smith’s Home Environment.” Ensign (July 1971): 57–59.

“‘Of Goodly Parents’: Joseph Smith, Sr., and Lucy Mack Smith” [two separate articles, printed in parallel columns]. New Era (December 1973): 34–39.

“What Were Joseph Smith’s Sisters Like and What Happened to Them after the Martyrdom?” Ensign (March 1979): 42–44.

“The Alvin Smith Story: Fact and Fiction.” Ensign (August 1987): 58–72.

“Joseph Smith’s Brothers: Nauvoo and After.” Ensign (September 1979): 30–33.

“The Religious Dimension of Emma’s Letters to Joseph.” In Joseph Smith: The Prophet, the Man, edited by Susan Easton Black and Charles D. Tate Jr., 117–25. Provo, Utah: BYU Religious Studies Center, 1993.

“Joseph Smith’s Ancestors.” In Historical Atlas of Mormonism, edited by S. Kent Brown, Donald Q. Cannon, and Richard H. Jackson, 4–5. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1994.

B. Early Mormon History

1. New York and Pennsylvania Period

“Joseph Smith’s New York Reputation Reappraised.” BYUS 10/3 (1970): 283–314. Reprinted by FARMS in 1997.

“The Latter-day Saints in New York and Pennsylvania (1816–1831).” First Annual Church Educational System Religious Educators Symposium: Transcripts and Abstracts, 19–20 August 1977, 33–35. N.p., [1978].

“The Whitmers: A Family That Nourished the Church.” Ensign (August 1979): 34–40.

“The Mature Joseph Smith and Treasure Searching.” BYUS 24/4 (1984): 489–560. [Although dated 1984, this was written in 1986 and published in May 1986.] Reprinted by FARMS in 1997.

a. First Vision

“Circumstantial Confirmation of the First Vision through Reminiscences.” BYUS 9/3 (1969): 373–404. Reprinted by FARMS in 1997.

“Joseph Smith’s Testimony of the First Vision.” Ensign (April 1996): 10–21.

b. Coming Forth of the Book of Mormon

“Confirming Records of Moroni’s Coming.” IE (September 1970): 4–8.

“The Credibility of the Book of Mormon Translators.” In Book of Mormon Authorship: New Light on Ancient Origins, edited by Noel B. Reynolds, 213–37. Provo, Utah: BYU Religious Studies Center, 1982. Reprinted by FARMS in 1996.

c. Priesthood Restoration

“The Second Witness of Priesthood Restoration” [Oliver Cowdery]. IE (September 1968): 15–24.

“The Second Witness on Priesthood Succession” [Oliver Cowdery]. IE (November 1968): 14–20.

d. Organization of the Church

“The House Where the Church Was Organized.” IE (April 1970): 16–25.

“What changes have been made in the name of the Church? Its full designation does not appear in the revelations until 1838. (D&C 115:4).” I Have a Question. Ensign (January 1979): 13–14. Also in A Sure Foundation: Answers to Difficult Gospel Questions, 194–96. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1988.

“Who were the six who organized the Church on 6 April 1830?” I Have a Question. Ensign (June 1980): 44–45. A correction was noted regarding the chart on p. 45 in the October 1980 issue, p. 71.

“The Organization Revelations (D&C 20, 21, and 22).” In Studies in Scripture Vol. 1: The Doctrine and Covenants, edited by Robert L. Millet and Kent P. Jackson, 109–23. Sandy, Utah: Randall Book, 1984.

2. Ohio Period

“The Impact of the First Preaching in Ohio.” BYUS 11/4 (1971): 474–96.

3. Missouri Period

“Jackson County in Early Mormon Descriptions.” Missouri Historical Review 65/3 (April 1971): 270–93. Reprinted in A New Light Breaks Forth: Essays in Mormon History, edited by Lyndon W. Cook and Donald Q. Cannon, 155–77. Salt Lake City: Hawkes, 1980.

“Ray County in Mormon History.” In Ray County [Missouri], 1973, 223–29. Marceline, Mo.: Walsworth, 1974. Also in Ray County Mirror 6/1 (April 1984): 3–6.

“The Political and Social Realities of Zion’s Camp.” BYUS 14/4 (1974): 406–20. With Peter Crawley.

“New Data for Revising the Missouri ‘Documentary History.'” BYUS 14/4 (1974): 488–501.

“Atchison’s Letters and the Causes of Mormon Expulsion from Missouri.” BYUS 26/3 (1986): 3–47.

“Clarifications of Boggs’s ‘Order’ and Joseph Smith’s Constitutionalism.” In Regional Studies in Latter-day Saint Church History: Missouri, edited by Arnold K. Garr and Clark V. Johnson, 27–83. Provo, Utah: BYU Department of Church History and Doctrine, 1994.

4. Illinois Period

“Joseph Smith’s Prophecies of Martyrdom.” In The Eighth Annual Sidney B. Sperry Symposium: A Sesquicentennial Look at Church History, 1–14. Provo, Utah: BYU College of Religious Instruction, 1980.

5. Early Mormon Historiography

“The Reliability of the Early History of Lucy and Joseph Smith.” Dialogue 4/2 (1969): 12–28. Reprinted by FARMS in 1997.

“His Mother’s Manuscript: An Intimate View of Joseph Smith.” Forum Address, BYU, 27 January 1976. Copy in Special Collections, Harold B. Lee Library, BYU.

“Production and Publication of Lucy Smith’s History.” Provo, Utah: n.p., 1977. Copy in Special Collections, Harold B. Lee Library, BYU.

“History of the Prophet Joseph by Lucy Mack Smith.” In First Annual Church Educational System Religious Educators Symposium, Transcripts and Abstracts, 19–20 August 1977, 32–33. N.p. [1978].

“The Emotional Dimensions of Lucy Smith and Her History.” In Dedication Colloquium, Harold B. Lee Library, March 15–March 17, 1977, 129–37. Provo, Utah: BYU Press, 1978.

III. The Book of Mormon

A. Doctrinal/Historical Studies

“Gold Plates and Printer’s Ink.” Ensign (September 1976): 71–76.

“By the Gift and Power of God.” Ensign (September 1977): 78–85.

“Imitation Gospels and Christ’s Book of Mormon Ministry.” In Apocryphal Writings and the Latter-day Saints, edited by C. Wilfred Griggs, 53–107. Provo, Utah: BYU Religious Studies Center, 1986. Reprinted by FARMS in 1986.

“Religious Validity: The Sacrament Covenant in Third Nephi.” In By Study and Also by Faith: Essays in Honor of Hugh W. Nibley on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, edited by John M. Lundquist and Stephen D. Ricks, 2:1–53. Salt Lake: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1990. This essay was originally presented as the First Annual Book of Mormon Lecture, sponsored by FARMS, 2 March 1988. It was also distributed in 1989 by FARMS.

“The Restoration of the Sacrament: Part I: Loss and Christian Reformations.” Ensign (January 1992): 40–46.

“The Restoration of the Sacrament: Part II: A New and Ancient Covenant.” Ensign (February 1992): 11–17.

“Sidney B. Sperry: Steadfast Scholar.” Journal of Book of Mormon Studies 4/1 (1995): xxi–xxiii.

B. Book of Mormon Witnesses

1. Oliver Cowdery

“Reuben Miller: Recorder of Oliver Cowdery’s Reaffirmations.” BYUS 8/3 (1968): 277–93.

“Oliver Cowdery, Esq.: His Non-Mormon Career.” In Proceedings of the Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters 45, pt. 1, pp. 66–80. Salt Lake City: Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters, 1968. Reprinted, with some corrections, as “Oliver Cowdery, Esq.: His Non-Church Decade.” In To the Glory of God: Mormon Essays on Great Issues, edited by Truman G. Madsen and Charles D. Tate Jr., 199–216. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1972.

“Oliver Cowdery’s Non-Mormon Reputation.” IE (August 1968): 18–26. Also in Investigating the Book of Mormon Witnesses, 37–50.

“The Scribe as a Witness.” IE (January 1969): 53–59. Also in Investigating the Book of Mormon Witnesses, 51–65.

“Did Oliver Cowdery, one of the three special Book of Mormon witnesses, express doubt about his testimony?” I Have a Question. Ensign (April 1987): 23–25. Also in A Sure Foundation: Answers to Difficult Gospel Questions, 39–45. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1988.

“Oliver Cowdery.” In The Encyclopedia of Mormonism, edited by Daniel H. Ludlow, 1:335–40. New York: Macmillan, 1992. Reprinted in Church History: Selections from the Encyclopedia of Mormonism, edited by Daniel H. Ludlow, 73–80. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1995.

“Oliver Cowdery’s Voice in Modern Scripture: Priesthood Restoration, Book of Mormon, and the Articles of Faith.” Expanded and annotated transcript, Ancient Scriptures and Restoration Conference. Provo, Utah: FARMS, 1997.

Witness of the Second Elder: The Documentary History of Oliver Cowdery, 4 vols. Forthcoming. With Scott H. Faulring.

2. Martin Harris

“Martin Harris: The Honorable New York Farmer.” IE (February 1969): 18–21. Also in Investigating the Book of Mormon Witnesses, 95–106.

“The Certainty of the Skeptical Witness.” IE (March 1969): 62–67. Also in Investigating the Book of Mormon Witnesses, 107–22.

3. David Whitmer

“David Whitmer: The Independent Missouri Businessman.” IE (April 1969): 74–81. Also in Investigating the Book of Mormon Witnesses, 67–78.

“The Most Interviewed Witness.” IE (May 1969): 76–83. Also in Investigating the Book of Mormon Witnesses, 79–94.

“David Whitmer: Unique Missouri Mormon.” In Missouri Folk Heroes of the 19th Century, edited by F. Mark McKiernan and Roger D. Launius, 43–59. Independence, Mo.: Independence Press, Herald Publishing House, 1989.

4. The Eight Witnesses

“Five Who Handled the Plates” [Hiram Page and Christian, Jacob, John, and Peter Jr. Whitmer]. IE (July 1969): 38–47. Also in Investigating the Book of Mormon Witnesses, 123–36.

“The Smiths Who Handled the Plates” [Joseph Smith Sr., Hyrum Smith, and Samuel Smith]. IE (August 1969): 28–34. Also in Investigating the Book of Mormon Witnesses, 137–50.

5. Other Studies

Investigating the Book of Mormon Witnesses. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1981. Issued in paperback with minor corrections. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1989. Electronic edition, Deseret Book, 1995 (GospelLink).

“Book of Mormon Witnesses.” In The Encyclopedia of Mormonism, edited by Daniel H. Ludlow, 1:214–16. New York: Macmillan, 1992. Reprinted in Scriptures of the Church: Selections from the Encyclopedia of Mormonism, edited by Daniel H. Ludlow, 208–12. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1995.

“Personal Writings of the Book of Mormon Witnesses.” In Book of Mormon Authorship Revisited: The Evidence for Ancient Origins, edited by Noel B. Reynolds, 39–60. Provo, Utah: FARMS, 1997.

IV. New Testament Studies

A. The Gospels and the Life of Christ

“At the First Christmas Were There Shepherds and Wise Men?” Ins (December 1959): 394–95.

“New Testament Times” and “The Parables of the Kingdom.” In Lectures on Jesus the Christ, 28–40, 77–91. Provo, Utah: BYU Extensions Publications, 1963.

“What Old Testament books are most quoted by the Savior?” I Have a Question. Ensign (October 1973): 28.

“How to Read a Parable.” Ensign (September 1974): 58–63.

“Why are the Gospels so incomplete on the details of Jesus’ life?” I Have a Question. Ensign (September 1974): 75.

“Why did Christ convert so few people in His three-year ministry? Did the Holy Ghost not yet testify of His work?” I Have a Question. Ensign (March 1975): 30–31.

“Did Jesus celebrate the Jewish passover at the last supper?” I Have a Question. Ensign (June 1975): 20–21.

“The Ancient Practice of Crucifixion.” Ensign (July 1975): 32–33.

“The Path of Jesus: The Full Dimension.” New Era (February 1977): 20–24.

“The Testimony of Luke.” In Studies in Scripture Vol. 5: The Gospels, edited by Kent P. Jackson and Robert L. Millet, 88–108. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1986.

“Parables of Mercy.” Ensign (February 1987): 20–24.

B. Paul and the Apostles

“Paul and the Athenian Intellectuals.” Commissioner’s Lecture Series. Provo, Utah: BYU Press, 1974. A shortened version appeared in Ensign (February 1976): 50–55.

“Simon Peter.” Ensign (February 1975): 46–49.

“Types of Christian Revelation.” In Literature of Belief: Sacred Scripture and Religious Experience, edited by Neal E. Lambert, 61–78. Provo, Utah: BYU Religious Studies Center, 1981.

Understanding Paul. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1983. Issued in paperback with minor corrections. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1990. Electronic edition, Deseret Book, 1995 (GospelLink).

“Misleading Translations of Paul.” In The Eleventh Annual Sidney B. Sperry Symposium, 29 January 1983, 17–26. Provo, Utah: BYU Religious Education, Church Educational System, 1983.

“Parallel Prophets: Paul and Joseph Smith.” Brigham Young University 1982–83 Fireside and Devotional Speeches, 177–83. Provo, Utah: University Publication, 1983. Devotional address given 9 August 1983. Also in Ensign (April 1985): 12–17.

“What do we know of the life of John the Apostle after the Day of Pentecost? Why was he exiled to the Isle of Patmos?” I Have a Question. Ensign (January 1984): 50–51.

“The First Presidency of the Early Church: Their Lives and Epistles.” Ensign (August 1988): 16–21.

“Peter’s Letters: Progression for the Living and the Dead.” Ensign (October 1991): 6–10.

“Paul’s Witness to the Early History of Jesus’ Ministry.” In The Apostle Paul: His Life and His Testimony, edited by Paul Y. Hoskisson, 1–33. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

C. Early Christianity

“Ramsay, The Seven Churches, and Early Christian Apostasy.” Newsletter and Proceedings of the Society for Early Historic Archaeology [BYU] 108 (17 September 1968): 1–4.

“The Church and the Roman Empire.” Ensign (September 1975): 12–23.

“Clement, Ignatius, and Polycarp: Three Bishops between the Apostles and Apostasy.” Ensign (August 1976): 50–55.

D. Biblical Textual Studies

“Manuscript Discoveries of the New Testament in Perspective.” In Fourteenth Annual Symposium on the Archaeology of the Scriptures [13 April 1963], edited by Forrest R. Hauck, 52–60. Provo, Utah: Department of Extension Publications, Adult Education and Extension Services, BYU, 1963.

“The Pedigree of the King James Bible.” Ins (February 1968): 95–97.

“Missing Scriptures of New Testament Times.” Ins (October 1968): 419–21.

“The New English Bible: The New Testament.” Dialogue 5/4 (1970): 102–6. Part of “The New English Bible: Three Views.”

“Questions Frequent in Quest for Description of the Savior.” Church News section, Deseret News, 22 December 1973, 6.

“The Fraudulent Archko Volume.” BYUS 15/1 (1974): 43– 64. See also “A speaker in Church last Sunday quoted from a book called The Archko Volume about the life of Christ. I had not heard any of the kinds of things he said before. Is the book authentic?” I Have a Question. Ensign (October 1974): 45–46; and “The Archko Volume: Bible Counterfeit.” Church News section, Deseret News, 14 December 1974, 10, 13.

V. Textbooks

Life and Teachings of Jesus Christ. Provo, Utah: Adult Education and Extension Services, BYU, 1963.

Missionary Approach to the Gospel. Provo, Utah: Department of Home Study, Division of Continuing Education, BYU, 1966.

The Gospel in Principle and Practice. 2 vols. Provo, Utah: Department of Home Study, Division of Continuing Education, BYU, 1966.

Guide to the Life of Christ. Provo, Utah: Alexander’s Print Stop, 1981–96. Rev. ed. Provo, Utah: FARMS, 1999.

Guide to Acts and the Apostles’ Letters. Provo, Utah: Alexander’s Print Stop, 1981–96. Rev. ed. Provo, Utah: FARMS, 1999.

Guide to the Book of Mormon Witnesses. Provo, Utah: Alexander’s Print Stop, 1992–96.

The Book of Mormon Witnesses: A Resource Guide. 1998. With Scott H. Faulring.

VI. Book Reviews

A. Review Essays

“Editing the Prophet: Dean C. Jessee’s The Personal Writings of Joseph Smith.” Journal of Mormon History 11 (1984): 113–18.

Review of Joseph Smith’s New York Reputation Reexamined, by Rodger I. Anderson. Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 3 (1991): 52–80. Reprinted by FARMS in 1997.

Review of David Whitmer Interviews: A Restoration Witness, by Lyndon W. Cook. Journal of Mormon History 20/1 (1994): 186–93.

Review of “A Rhetorical Approach to the Book of Mormon: Rediscovering Nephite Sacramental Language,” by Mark D. Thomas. [In New Approaches to the Book of Mormon, Explorations in Critical Methodology, 53–80.] Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 6/1 (1994): 379–417.

“The Prophet Joseph Smith and His Plural Wives.” Review of In Sacred Loneliness: The Plural Wives of Joseph Smith, by Todd Compton. FARMS Review of Books 10/2 (1998): 67–104. With Scott H. Faulring.

B. Book Reviews

[Richard served as the book review editor for BYUS from 1964 to 1968, and in that capacity prepared a number of Book Notes, which are not recorded here.]

Review of The Theological Foundations of the Mormon Religion, by Sterling M. McMurrin. Dialogue 1/1 (1966): 113–18. This was part of a roundtable discussion of McMurrin’s book to which McMurrin responded in the second 1966 issue (pp. 135–40), to which Richard Anderson again responded in the third 1966 issue (pp. 5–6).

Review of Exploding the Myth about Joseph Smith the Mormon Prophet, by F. L. Stewart [pseud. Lori Donegan]. BYUS 8/2 (1968): 231–36. Since Stewart’s book is a critique of Fawn M. Brodie’s No Man Knows My History, this review discusses both books in some depth.

Review of Caesar: Politician and Statesman, by Matthias Gelzer, translated by Peter Needham. Manuscripta 13 (March 1969): 42–43.

Review of The Dead Sea Scrolls, 1947–1969, by Edmund Wilson. BYUS 10/1 (1969): 120–24.

Review of The Maze of Mormonism, by Walter R. Martin. BYUS 6/1 (1964): 57–62.

Review of Ring of Truth: A Translator’s Testimony, by J. B. Phillips. BYUS 9/2 (1969): 229–31.

VII. Personal and Missionary Items

A. “The Anderson Plan”

[Various editions and printings of this work, including editions in foreign languages, have appeared since 1949. No attempt has been made to identify them all.]

A Plan, as Used in the Northwestern States Mission, for Effective Missionary Training. Introduction by Joel Richards, President of Northwestern States Mission. Portland, Ore.: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Northwestern States Mission, 1950. Introduction dated 12 June 1950.

A Plan for Effective Missionary Work, compiled by Richard Lloyd Anderson. Kaysville, Utah: Printed and Distributed by Inland Printing, 1954.

B. Letters to the Editor

“The Most Egregious Error.” Christianity Today 5/9 (30 January 1961): 16. A response to Walter Martin.

Letter to the Editor. Dialogue 2/2 (1967): 15. A response to Kent Robson’s earlier observations (first 1967 issue) regarding LDS biblical interpretation.

“Mormon Theology Lesson.” Christianity Today 12 (1 March 1968): 21. A response to a piece on the Mormons in the 19 January 1968 issue.

“LDS Standards Upheld.” The Daily Herald [Provo, Utah], 28 July 1995. A response to a previous letter of Sterling McMurrin in the 24 July 1995 issue.

C. Testimony

“A Tested Testimony.” In A Thoughtful Faith: Essays on Belief by Mormon Scholars, edited by Philip L. Barlow, 277–91. Centerville, Utah: Canon, 1986.

“Christian Ethics in Joseph Smith Biography.” In Expressions of Faith: Testimonies of Latter-day Saint Scholars, edited by Susan Easton Black, 155–71. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book and FARMS, 1996.

D. Interviews

“An Interview with Dr. Richard Anderson.” Interview by Robert Miller, 18 October 1975. Copy in Special Collections, Harold B. Lee Library, BYU.

“Transcript of Interview with Richard L. Anderson, March 12, 1993.” Appendix F, pp. 34–51. In Robert E. Lund, “A Review of the Missionary Lessons for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.” LIS 694 (Independent Research), Supervising Professor, Victor W. Purdy. Provo, Utah: School of Library and Information Science, BYU, April 1993.

E. Video Lecture/Presentation

“Book of Mormon Witnesses” [transcript, audiotape, and videotape]. FARMS Book of Mormon Lecture Series. Provo, Utah: FARMS, 1994.

F. Forewords

Foreword to Hugh W. Nibley, Since Cumorah, xi–xiii. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1967.

Foreword to Lyndon W. Cook, The Revelations of the Prophet Joseph Smith, ix. Provo, Utah: Seventy’s Mission Bookstore, 1981.