Episode 01

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  • Title : Mormonism is a new religious
  • Year : 1830
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  • Content : Mormonism is a new religious tradition, officially organized in 1830. Its origins are comparatively well documented.
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  • Title : The emerging story is fascinating
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  • Content : The emerging story is fascinating for what it reveals about human nature and religious belief.
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  • Title : The team compared the frequent
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  • Person : Barlow,Cowdery,Longfellow,Pratt,Rigdon,Spalding
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  • Content : The team compared the frequent word usage pattern of each chapter of the Book of Mormon to the word usage patterns of seven authors: historically plausible authors (Oliver Cowdery, Sidney Rigdon, Solomon Spalding, Parley Pratt), positive control authors (Isaiah/Malachi), and negative control authors (Barlow and Longfellow). The team also used two methods of authorship attribution: a conventional method (Delta) and a new method (Nearest Shrunken Centroids, NSC).
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  • Title : Reliable text was not available
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  • Person : Ely,Howe,Page,Smith
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  • Content : Reliable text was not available for Smith because of his frequent use of scribes and ghostwriters. This was an acknowledged limitation of the study: Of course, we have not considered every possible candidate-author who may have influenced the composition of the Book of Mormon. We have, however, selected from among the most likely candidates, excepting perhaps Joseph Smith. JLLC (2008) Vol 23, no. 4, page 481
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  • Title : Two “cases” of closed authors
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  • Content : Two cases of closed authors were evaluated. The seven-author case included the 5 historically related authors and 2 control authors. The five-author case included only the historically related authors.
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  • Testing if the box works
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