Beholding Salvation: The Life of Christ in Word and Image, by S. Kent Brown, Richard Neitzel Holzapfel, and Dawn C. Phesey (Deseret Book, 2006), presents 80 full-color illustrations of Christ as depicted by the old masters and modern artists. It narrates his life, comments on events in his ministry that inspired the art, and details how the imagery has evolved apace with changing interpretations of his life and mission.
Oliver Cowdery: Scribe, Elder, Witness, edited by John W. Welch and Larry E. Morris (Maxwell Institute, 2006), compiles 30 years' worth of scholarly writings about the Second Elder of the Church in commemoration of the 200th anniversary of his birth on 3 October 1806.
The Dead Sea Scrolls Electronic Library Revised Edition 2006, edited by Emanuel Tov (Brill Academic Publishers, 2006), is a newly updated and fully searchable CD-ROM program that allows users to view high-quality images of all of the nonbiblical scroll texts along with their Hebrew or Aramaic transcriptions and their English translation.
St. Ephrem the Syrian: Select Poems, edited, introduced, annotated, and rendered into English by Sebastian Brock (University of Oxford) and George Kiraz (Syriac Institute), is the newest volume from the Institute's Middle Eastern Texts Initiative. It features original texts and, on facing pages, lucid translations of 20 substantial poems from the fourth century. Written by the most important theologian of the Syriac Christian tradition, they reflect upon the history of salvation, commencing with paradise and continuing through the earthly life of Christ and the rise of the Christian church.
Verse by Verse: The Four Gospels, by D. Kelly Ogden and Andrew C. Skinner (Deseret Book, 2006), is an in-depth scripture commentary on Christ's ministry and teachings. It includes illustrations, charts, maps, and other study aids.
Verse by Verse: Acts through Revelation (previously published under the title New Testament Apostles Testify of Christ), by D. Kelly Ogden and Andrew C. Skinner (Deseret Book, 2006), examines the doctrines taught by the early apostles and shows how those teachings harmonize with principles and doctrines of the restored gospel.