About the Contributors
Russell H. Ball, M.S., is retired from the Atomic Energy Commission.
Kevin Christensen, currently completing a bachelor's degree in English at San Jose State University, is a technical writer in Cupertino, California.
Robert E. Clark, B.A., is entering the University of Chicago Divinity School to pursue a Ph.D. in some area of religious studies.
Todd M. Compton, Ph.D., is a visiting fellow at the Huntington Library, California.
Richard D. Draper, Ph.D., is assistant professor of Ancient Scripture at Brigham Young University.
William J. Hamblin, Ph.D., is assistant professor of History at Brigham Young University.
Brett L. Holbrook, B.A., is a candidate for a master's degree in Near Eastern Studies at Brigham Young University and serves as a Church Educational System instructor at Skyline High School.
Jeannette W. Miller, B.A., is a research assistant for the Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies.
Mark J. Morrise, J.D., is an attorney with Corbridge, Baird & Christensen, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Daniel N. Rolph, Ph.D., is assistant professor of History at Hahnemann University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Gordon C. Thomasson, Ph.D., is assistant professor of World History at Broome Community College, Binghamton, New York.