Anerkennungen, Literaturhinweise

Anerkennungen

 

Die Autoren danken David L. Marshall für ein Transkript der Rigdon-Offenbarungen in der Post Collection und für eine gründliche Nachprüfung eines Auszugs aus diesem Manuskript, Robert McCue und Denise Gigante für ihre gedankenvolle Nachprüfung des Manuskripts und Amy Kapp für ihre frühen Beiträge, so dass wir über dieses Projekt in Erwägung zogen.

 

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