About the Reviewers
John M. Beck, M.A., is an instructor at the Orem Institute of Religion.
John Gee is pursuing a Ph.D. in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.
Alan Goff, D.A., is adjunct professor of English at Mount Saint Mary College in New York.
William J. Hamblin, Ph.D., is assistant professor of History at Brigham Young University.
Brian M. Hauglid is pursuing a Ph.D. in Arabic and Islamic Studies at the University of Utah and teaches Seminary at West High School.
Richard L. Hill, J.D., practices business and corporate law in Provo, Utah, and teaches part time on the religion faculty at Brigham Young University.
Darrell L. Matthews, M.A., works at the Milton S. Eisenhower Library at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, and is a student of history and Semitic languages.
Louis Midgley, Ph.D., is professor of Political Science at Brigham Young University.
Tom Nibley is a professional actor in southern California and a student of Mormon history and doctrine.
L. Ara Norwood, B.M., is a marketing associate for Bertels- mann in southern California.
Gary F. Novak, M.A., is manager of the Information Center at Rio Salado Community College in Arizona.
Daniel C. Peterson, Ph.D., is assistant professor of Islamic Studies and Arabic at Brigham Young University.
David Rolph Seely, Ph.D., is assistant professor of Ancient Scripture at Brigham Young University.
Jo Ann H. Seely, M.A., is a homemaker in Provo, Utah.
Mack C. Stirling, M.D., is a cardiothoracic surgeon in Traverse City, Michigan.
Terrence L. Szink, doctoral candidate in Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, is a student at the University of California at Los Angeles.
I. Andrew Teasdale is a student in the master’s program in Near Eastern Studies at Brigham Young University.
Michael F. Whiting, B.S., is a doctoral student in entomology at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.