Books I’ve Read

Some of the Books I Read During 2017

  1. The Quest: Revealing the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, Leen Ritmeyer (Carta), 2012.
  2. Lost Treasures of the Bible: Understanding the Bible through Archaeological Artifacts in World Museums, Glyde E. Fant & Mitchell G. Reddish (Eerdmans), 2008.
  3. Jerusalem: City of the Great King, R. Steven Notley (Carta Jerusalem), 2015.
  4. Archaeology of the Bible: The Greatest Discoveries From Genesis to the Roman Era, Jean-Pierre Isbouts (National Geographic), 2016.
  5. The Penguin Historical Atlas of the Bible Lands, Caroline Hull & Andrew Jotischky (Penguin), 2009.
  6. The Letter and the Scroll: What Archaeology Tells Us About the Bible, Robin Currie & Stephen G. Hyslop (National Geographic), 2009.
  7. Rose Guide to the Temple, Randall Price (Rose Publishing), 2012.
  8. The Ascent of Money: A Financial History of the World, Niall Ferguson (Penguin Books), 2009.
  9. Ignorance: How it Drives Science, Stuart Firestein (Oxford University), 2012.
  10. Design for How People Learn 2nd edition, Julie Dirksen (New Riders), 2016.
  11. Smart Thinking: Three Essential Keys to Solve Problems, Innovate and Get Things Done, Art Markman (TarcherPerigree), 2012.
  12. How Google Works, Eric Schmidt & Jonathan Rosenberg (Grand Central Publishing), 2014.
  13. Marco Polo: From Venice to Xanadu, Laurence Bergreen (Vintage), 2008.
  14. Spikenard and Saffron: A Study in the Poetic Language of the Song of Songs, Jill M. Munro (Sheffield Academic Press), 1995.
  15. The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything, Ken Robinson (Penguin Books), 2009.
  16. The 8th Habit: From Effectiveness to Greatness, Steven R. Covey (Free Press), 2005.
  17. Brilliant Blunders: From Darwin to Einstein-Colossal Mistakes by Great Scientists that Changed Our Understanding of Life and the Universe, Mario Livio (Simon & Schuster), 2013.
  18. The Universe in a Nutshell, Stephen Hawking (Bantam), 2001.
  19. When Breath Becomes Air, Paul Kalanithi (Random House), 2016.
  20. Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, Carolyn Dweck (Ballantine Books), 2007.
  21. Ungifted: Intelligence Redefined: The Truth about Talent, Practice, Creativity, and the Many Paths to Greatness, Scott Barry Kaufman (Basic Books), 2013.
  22. The Return of History: And the End of Dreams, Robert Kagan (Vintage), 2009.
  23. Man’s Search for Meaning, Victor Frankl (Beacon Press version), 2006.
  24. Leadership and Self Deception: Getting Out of the Box, 2nd edition, The Arbinger Institute (Berrett-Koehler Publishers), 2015.
  25. The Anatomy of Peace: Resolving the Heart of Conflict, 2nd edition, The Arbinger Institute (Berrett-Koehler Publishers), 2015.
  26. Rich Dad, Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids about Money that the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!, Robert Kiyosaki (Plata Publishing 2017), 1997.
  27. Pinpoint: How GPS Is Changing Technology, Culture, and Our Minds, Greg Milner (W.W. Norton & Co.), 2016.
  28. Free: The Future of a Radical Price, Chris Anderson (Hyperion), 2009.
  29. What the Dog Saw: And Other Adventures, Malcolm Gladwell (Back Bay Books), 2010.
  30. Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap and Others Don’t, Jim Collins (HarperBusiness), 2001.
  31. Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies 3rd edition, Jim Collins and Jerry Porras (HarperBusiness), 2004 (orig. 1994).
  32. One Big Thing: Discovering What You Were Born to Do, Phil Cooke (Thomas Nelson), 2012.
  33. The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich, Timothy Ferris (Harmony), 2009.
  34. Undeniable: Evolution and the Science of Creation, Bill Nye (St. Martin’s Press), 2014.
  35. The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory, Brian Green (W. W. Norton & Company), 2010.
  36. The Theory of Everything: The Origin and Fate of the Universe, Stephen W. Hawking (Phoenix Books), 2006.
  37. How Successful People Think: Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life, John C. Maxwell (Center Street), 2009.
  38. A Briefer History of Time, Stephen W. Hawking (Bantam), 2008.
  39. A Brief History of Creation: Science and the Search for the Origin of Life, Bill Mesler and H. James Cleaves II (W.W. Norton and Company), 2015.
  40. A Universe from Nothing: Why There Is Something From Nothing, Lawrence Krauss (Atria Books), 2013.
  41. The Link: Uncovering Our Earliest Ancestor, Colin Tudge (Little, Brown, and Company) 2009.
  42. To Explain the World: The Discovery of Modern Science, Steven Weinberg (Harper Perennial), 2016.
  43. The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, Benjamin Franklin (Dover Publications), 1996.
  44. The National Parks: America’s Best Idea, Dayton Duncan and Ken Burns (Alfred A. Knopf), 2009.
  45. How to Win Friends and Influence People in the Digital Age, Dale Carnegie (Simon & Schuster), 2012.
  46. The Now Habit: A Strategic Program for Overcoming Procrastination and Enjoying Guilt-Free Play, Neil Fiore (TarcherPerigree), 2007.
  47. Work Rules!: Insights from Google that Will Transform How You Will Live, Laszlo Block (Twelve), 2015.
  48. The Emergence of Probability: A Philosophical Study of Early Ideas about Probability, Induction and Statistical Inference, Ian Hacking (Cambridge), 1975.
  49. The Tree of Life: From Eden to Eternity, edited by Jack Welch and Don Parry (Deseret Book), 2011.
  50. Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When Stakes Are High, Kerry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, Ron McMillan, and Al Switzler (McGraw-Hill), 2002.
  51. Change Leader: Learning to do What Matters Most, Michael Fullan (Jossey-Bass), 2011.
  52. White Trash: The 400-Year Untold History of Class in America, Nancy Isenberg (Viking), 2016.
  53. Free: The Future of a Radical Price, Chris Anderson (Hyperion), 2009.
  54. Gratitude, Oliver Sacks (Knopf), 2015.
  55. The Innovators: How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution, Walter Isaacson (Simon & Schuster), 2015.
  56. On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life, Charles Darwin (Murray), 1859.
  57. The Extraordinary Leader: Turning Good Managers into Great Leaders, John Zenger and Joseph Folkman (McGraw-Hill), 2009.
  58. Smarter, Faster, Better: The Transformative Power of Real Productivity, Charles Dughigg (Random House), 2016.
  59. The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable, Patrick Lencioni (Jossey-Bass), 2002.
  60. The Advantage: Why Organizational Health Trumps Everything Else in Business, Patrick Lencioni (Jossey-Bass), 2012.
  61. How to Talk to Anyone: 92 Little Tricks for Big Success in Relationships, Leil Lowndes (McGraw-Hill), 2003.
  62. The Course of Human Events, David McCullough (Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities) (Simon & Schuster), 2005.
  63. Columbus: The Four Voyages 1492-1504, Laurence Bergreen (Penguin Books), 2012.
  64. Conquest: Montezuma, Cortes, and the Fall of Old Mexico, Hugh Thomas (Simon & Schuster), 1994.
  65. Over the Edge of the World: Magellan’s Terrifying Circumnavigation of the Globe, Laurence Bergreen (Perennial/HarperCollins), 2004.
  66. The Necessary Revolution: How Individuals and Organizations Are Working Together to Create a Sustainable World, Peter Senge et al. (Crown Business), 2010.
  67. What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast: How to Achieve More at Work and at Home, Laura Vanderkam (China Press), 2013.
  68. Diffusion of Innovations, Everett Rogers (Free Press), 2003.
  69. How Will You Measure Your Life?, Clayton Christensen (Harper Business), 2012.
  70. Faculty Development in the Age of Evidence: Current Practices and Future Imperatives, Andrea Beach, Mary Deane Sorcinelli, Ann Austin, Jacklyn Rivard (Sylus Publications), 2016.
  71. How to Instantly Connect with Anyone: 46 All-New Little Tricks for Big Success in Relationships, Leil Lowndes (McGraw-Hill Education), 2009.
  72. The Blood of Prophets: Brigham Young and the Massacre at Mountain Meadows, Will Bagley (University of Oklahoma Press), 2004.
  73. Love 2.0: Creating Happiness and Health in Moments of Connection, Barbara L. Fredrickson (Plume), 2013.
  74. Zero to One: Notes on Startups, Or How to Build the Future, Peter Thiel (Crown Business), 2014.
  75. Nevada Lost Mines & Buried Treasures, Douglas McDonald (Nevada Publications), 1981.
  76. The Art of War: The Essential Translation of the Classic Book of Life, Sun-Tzu, translated by John Minford.
  77. Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead, Brene Brown (Avery), 2015.
  78. The Four Obsessions of an Extraordinary Executive: A Leadership Fable, Patrick Lencioni (Jossey-Bass), 2000.
  79. The Leadership Test: Will You Pass? Timothy R. Clark (Bradmore Road Press), 2014.
  80. Why Don’t Students Like School? A Cognitive Scientist Answers Questions about How the Mind Works and What It Means for the Classroom, Daniel Willingham (Jossey-Bass) 2009.
  81. Click: The Forces Behind How We Fully Engage with People, Work, and Everything We Do, Ori Brafman & Ram Brafman (Crown Business), 2011.
  82. Why Business People Speak Like Idiots: A Bullfighter’s Guide, Brian Fugere (Free Press), 2005.
  83. Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World, Adam Grant (Penguin Books), 2016.
  84. The Art of Changing the Brain: Enriching the Practice of Teaching by Exploring the Biology of Learning, James Zull (Stylus Publishing), 2002.
  85. Principles, Ray Dalio (Bridgewater Associates), 2011.
  86. Developing the Leader Within You, John C. Maxwell (Thomas Nelson), 2005.
  87. Emotional Intelligence 2.0, Travis Bradberry & Jean Greaves (Talent Smart), 2009.
  88. Chronicle of the Navarez Expedition, Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca (Penguin Classics), 2002. (Originally published in 1542 as La Relación).
  89. A Land So Strange: The Epic Journey of Cabeza de Vaca, Andre Resendez (Basic Books), 2007.
  90. The Rocky Mountain Saints: A Full and Complete History of the Mormons, Thomas B.H. Stenhouse (D. Appleton and Company), 1873. For clear-eyed review see Ronald W. Walker “The Stenhouses and the Making of a Mormon Image” Journal of Mormon History Vol 1 (1974), pp. 51-72.
  91. Tell it All: A Woman’s Life in Polygamy, Fanny Stenhouse (A.D. Worthington & Co.) 1875. For clear-eyed review see Ronald W. Walker “The Stenhouses and the Making of a Mormon Image” Journal of Mormon History Vol 1 (1974), pp. 51-72.
  92. Fremont: Explorer of a Restless Nation, Ferol Egan (Doubleday and Company), 1977.
  93. Without Noise of Arms: The 1776 Dominguez-Escalante Search for a Route from Santa Fe to Monterey, Walter Briggs (Northland Press), 1976.
  94. The Land of Little Rain, Mary Austin (Penguin Classics, Rev. ed., 1997), originally published 1903.
  95. Elements of Geometry, Euclid (ca. 300 BC).
  96. March: Book One, John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, Nate Powell (Top Shelf Productions) 2013.

Some of the Books I Read During 2016

  1. Shahnameh: The Epic of Persian Kings, Ferdowsi, Hamid Rahmanian (Illustrator), Ahmad Sadri (Translator) (Quantuck Lane Press), 2013.
  2. How Children Succeed: Grit, Curiosity, and the Hidden Power of Character, Paul Tough (Mariner Books), 2013.
  3. The How of Happiness: A New Approach to Getting the Life You Want, Sonja Lyubomirsky (Penguin Books), 2008.
  4. 1177 BC: The Year Civilization Collapsed (Turning Points in Ancient History), Eric Cline (Princeton University Press), 2014.
  5. Built on Values: Creating an Enviable Culture that Outperforms the Competition, Ann Rhoades (Jossey-Bass), 2011.
  6. Zig Zag Principle: The Goal Setting Strategy that will Revolutionize Your Business and Your Life, Rich Christensen (McGraw-Hill Education), 2011.
  7. The Heart of Change: Real-Life Stories of How People Change their Organizations, John Kotter and Dan Cohen (Harvard Business Review Press), 2012.
  8. Inventology: How We Dream Up Things that Change the World, Pagan Kennedy (Eamon Dolan/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), 2016.
  9. Dwellers of the Rainbow: Story of the Fremont Culture in the Capitol Reef Country, Rose Houk (Capitol Reef Natural History Association), 1988.
  10. Indian Country: Sacred Ground, Native Peoples, John Annerino (Countryman Press), 2007.
  11. Death, Daring, and Disaster: Search and Rescue in the National Parks, Charles R. “Butch” Farabee, Jr., (Taylor Trade Publishing, Revised edition) 2005.
  12. The Song of Hiawatha, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 1855.
  13. Capitol Reef: Canyon Country Eden, Rose Houk (Capitol Reef Natural History Association), 1996.
  14. Red Rock Eden: Story of Fruita, George Davidson, 1986.
  15. The Cliff Dwellings Speak: Exploring the Ancient Ruins of the Greater American Southwest, Beth Sagstetter and Bill Sagstetter (BenchMark Publishing of Colorado), 2010.
  16. Desert Light: A Photographer’s Journey Through America’s Desert Southwest, John Annerino (Countryman Press), 2006.
  17. Carved by Time: Landscapes of the Southwest, Jake Rajs (The Monacelli Press), 2010.
  18. Ancient Landscapes of the Colorado Plateau, Ron Blakey and Wayne Ranney (Grand Canyon Association), 2008.
  19. The American Southwest: Land of Challenge and Promise, Jake Page and Bruce Dale (National Geographic Society), 1998.
  20. 1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus, Charles Mann (Vintage Books), 2006.
  21. 1493: Uncovering the New World Columbus Created, Charles Mann (Vintage Books), 2012.
  22. The Way I Hear It: A Life with Hearing Loss, Gael Hannan (FriesenPress), 2015.
  23. How We Learn: The Surprising Truth about When, Where, and Why It Happens, Benedict Carey (Random House Trade Paperbacks), 2015.
  24. The Crucible of Doubt: Reflections on the Quest for Faith, Terryl Givens and Fiona Givens (Deseret Book), 2014.
  25. Planted: Belief and Belonging in an Age of Doubt, Patrick Mason (Deseret Book), 2015.
  26. The Gathering of Zion: The Story of the Mormon Trail, Wallace Stegner (McGraw-Hill), 1964.
  27. Crossing to Safety, Wallace Stegner (Wings), 1987.
  28. Desert Exile: The Uprooting of a Japanese-American Family, Yoshiko Uchida (University of Washington Press), 1982.
  29. Topaz Moon: Chiura Obata’s Art of the Internment, Chiura Obata (Heydey Books), 2000.
  30. Evolving Faith: Wanderings of a Mormon Biologist, Steven Peck (Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship), 2015.
  31. Sunset: On the Passing of Those We Love, S. Michael Wilcox (Deseret Book), 2011.
  32. The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don’t Work and What to Do About It, Michael Gerber (HarperCollins), 1995.
  33. “There is Only the Fight…: An Analysis of the Alinsky Model.” Hillary Rodham (Wellesley College), 1969.
  34. How to Master the Art of Selling, Tom Hopkins (Business Plus), 2005.
  35. Crossing the Chasm: Marketing and Selling High-Tech Products to Mainstream Customers, Geoffrey Moore (HarperBusiness), 2006.
  36. The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History, Elizabeth Kolbert (Henry Holt & Co.), 2014.
  37. Hammerhead Six: How Green Berets Waged an Unconventional War Against the Taliban to Win in Afghanistan’s Deadly Pech Valley, Ronald Fry and Tad Tuleja (Hachette Books), 2016.
  38. The World of the Kalapuya: A Native People of Western Orgeon, Judy Juntunen, May Dasch, and Ann Bennett Rogers (Benton County Historical Society), 2005.
  39. Children of the Wild West, Russell Freedman (Clarion Books), 1983.
  40. Jedidiah Smith and the Opening of the West, Dale Morgan (Bison Books), 1964.
  41. Desert Solitaire: A Season in the Wilderness, Edward Abbey (Ballantine Books), 1974.
  42. Revolutionary Characters: What Made the Founding Fathers Different, Gordon S. Wood (Penguin Books), 2007.
  43. The Open Space of Democracy, Terry Tempest Williams (Wipf & Stock), 2010.
  44. Journey to Topaz: A Story of The Japanese-American Evacuation, Yoshiko Uchida (Heyday), 2005.
  45. Uranium Frenzy: Saga of the Nuclear West, Raye Ringholz (Utah University Press), 2002.
  46. Red: Passion and Patience in the Desert, Terry Tempest Williams (Vintage), 2002.
  47. The Art of the Start: The Time-Tested, Battled-Hardened Guide for Anyone Starting Anything, Guy Kawasaki (Portfolio), 2004.
  48. Character Strengths and Virtues: A Handbook and Classification, Christopher Peterson and Martin Seligman (American Psychological Association), 2004.
  49. Murder State: California’s Native American Genocide 1846-1873, Brendan Lindsay (University of Nebraska Press), 2015.
  50. 100 Years on the Muddy, Arabell Lee Hafner (Art City Publishing), 1967.
  51. Changes in Languages: From Nephi to Now, Brian D. Stubbs (Four Corners Digital Design), 2016.
  52. The Exploration of the Colorado River and Its Canyons, John Wesley Powell (Penguin), 2003.
  53. Beyond the Hundredth Meridian: John Wesley Powell and the Second Opening of the West, Wallace Stegner (Houghton Mifflin), 1954.
  54. The Invention of Nature: Alexander von Humboldt’s New World, Andrea Wulf (Knopf), 2015.
  55. The Moral Dimensions of Teaching, John Goodlad, Roger Soder, Kenneth Sirotnik (editors) (Jossey-Bass), 1993.
  56. On Zion’s Mount: Mormons, Indians, and the American Landscape, Jared Farmer (Harvard University Press), 2008.
  57. American Enlightenments: Pursuing Happiness in the Age of Reason, Caroline Winterer (Yale University Press), 2016.
  58. An American Genocide: The United States and the California Indian Catastrophe, Benjamin Madley (Yale University Press), 2016.
  59. Delivering Happiness: A Path to Profits, Passion, and Purpose, Tony Hsieh (Business Plus), 2010.
  60. The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable, Nassim Taleb (Random House), 2007.

Some of the Books I’ve Read Prior to 2016

  1. The Deuteronomic School: History, Social Setting, and Literature, Raymond F. Person, Jr. (Society of Biblical Literature), 2002.
  2. Defending Hope: Semiotics and Intertextuality in 1 Peter, Justin Langford (Wipf and Stock), 2013.
  3. Ancient Texts for the Study of the Hebrew Bible: A Guide to the Background Literature, Kenton L. Sparks (Hendrickson), 2005.
  4. Small Company Valuation Primer, Thomas L. Peterson and Daniel S. Peterson (Peterson Advisors, LLC), 2012.
  5. A Student Guide to the Reading of the Book of Mormon, Daniel H. Ludlow (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints), 1961.
  6. Keys to Successful Scripture Study, George A. Horton, Jr. (Bookcraft), 1989.
  7. The Human Record: Sources of Global History, Volume 2: Since 1500 (2nd Edition), Alfred Andrea and James Overfield (Houghton Mifflin), 1994.
  8. The World: A Brief History, Volume One: To 1500, Felipe Fernandez-Armesto, (Pearson), 2008.
  9. The Heritage of World Civilizations, Volume One: to 1700 (7th Edition), Craig, Graham, Kagan, Ozment, and Turner (Pearson), 2006.
  10. Marking the Scriptures: Suggestions for Understanding and Using the New LDS Edition of the Bible, Daniel H. Ludlow (Deseret Book), 1980.
  11. In the Wake of Tkiva Frymer-Kensky, edited by Steven Holloway, Joann Scurlock, and Richard Beal (Gorgias Press), 2009.
  12. Law Collections of Mesopotamia and Asia Minor (2nd Edition), Martha T. Roth (Society of Biblical Literature), 1997.
  13. Teaching the Bible: Practical Strategies for Classroom Instruction, edited by Mark Roncace and Patrick Gray (Society of Biblical Literature), 2005.
  14. What They Don’t Tell You: A Survivor’s Guide to Biblical Studies, Michael Joseph Brown (Westminster John Knox Press), 2000.
  15. The Book of Mormon Text Reformatted According to Parallelistic Patterns, Donald W. Parry (The Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies), 1992.
  16. The Cambridge Companion to the Hellenistic World, edited by Glenn R. Bugh (Cambridge University Press), 2006.
  17. Charting the Book of Mormon: Visual Aids for Personal Study and Teaching, John W. Welch and J. Gregory Welch (The Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies), 1999.
  18. A History of the Human Community: Volume 2: 1500-to the Present, William H. McNeill (Prentice Hall), 1993.
  19. Dilemmas in Teaching: Cases for Collaborative Faculty Reflection, edited by Chris M. Anson, Lesley K. Cafarelli, Carol Ruts, Michelle R. Weiz (Mendota Press), 1998.
  20. QATA: Questions and Answers for Teaching Assistants, Lynn Sorenson and Jessica Taylor (Brigham Young University), n.d.
  21. Teaching Through the Cycle: Application of Learning Style Theory to Engineering Education at Brigham Young University (2nd edition), J.N. Harb, R.E. Terry, P.K. Hurt, K.J. Williamson (Brigham Young University), 1995.
  22. Jehovah and the World of the Old Testament: An Illustrated Reference for Latter-day Saints, Richard Neitzel Holzapfel, Dana M. Pike, David Rolph Seely (Deseret Book), 2009.
  23. A World History of Art (7th edition), Hugh Honour and John Fleming (Pearson / Prentice Hall), 2005.
  24. The New Testament: A Historical Introduction to the Early Christian Writings (3rd edition), Bart D. Ehrman (Oxford University Press), 2004.
  25. The Old Testament: A Historical and Literary Introduction to the Hebrew Scriptures, Michael D. Coogan (Oxford University Press), 2006.
  26. The Nurse Educator’s Guide to Assessing Learning Outcomes (2nd edition), Mary E. McDonald (Jones and Bartlett Publishers), 2007.
  27. Tools for Teaching (2nd edition), Barbara Gross Davis (Jossey-Bass), 2009.
  28. Teaching Tips: Strategies, Research, and Theory for College and University Teachers (9th edition), William J. McKeachie (D.C. Heath and Company), 1994.
  29. Facilitating Online Learning: Effective Strategies for Moderators, George Collison, Bonnie Elbaum, Sarah Haavind, Robert Tinker (Atwood Publishing), 2000.
  30. The West: An Illustrated History, Geoffrey C. Ward (Back Bay Books), 1996.
  31. Boats of the World: From the Stone Age to Medieval Times, Sean McGrail (Oxford), 2001.
  32. Ancient Food Technology: Technology and Change in History, Robert I. Curtis (Brill), 2001.
  33. Gods and Heroes of the European Bronze Age, Katie Demakopoulous, Christiane Eluere, Jorgen Jensen, Albrecht Jockenhovel, Jean-Pierre Mohen (Thames and Hudson), 1998.
  34. Near Eastern Terracotta Models and Figurines: The Klat Collection, Claude Doumet Serhal (Archetype Publications), 2009.
  35. 101 Design Methods: A Structured Approach for Driving Innovation in Your Organization, Vijay Kumar (John Wiley and Sons), 2013.
  36. Business Model Generation, Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur (John Wiley and Sons), 2010.
  37. The Startup Owner’s Manual: The Step-by-Step Guide for Building a Great Company, Steve Blank and Bob Dorf (KandS Ranch, Inc.), 2012.
  38. When the Lights Went Out: Three Studies on the Ancient Apostasy, Hugh W. Nibley (The Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies), 2001.
  39. Driven: An Autobiography, Larry H. Miller (Deseret Book), 2010.
  40. Teaching the Word: Religious Education at Brigham Young University, Richard O. Cowan (Religious Studies Center), 2008.
  41. Indispensable By Monday, Larry Myler (John Wiley and Sons), 2010.
  42. Interviewing Users: How to Uncover Compelling Insights, Steve Portigal (Rosenfeld), 2013.
  43. InsightOut: Get Ideas Out of Your Head and Into the World, Tina Seelig (HarperOne), 2015.
  44. The Innovator’s Hypothesis: How Cheap Experiments Are Worth More than Good Ideas, Michael Schrage (MIT), 2014.
  45. The Innovator’s Method: Brining the Lean Start-Up Into Your Organization, Nathan Furr and Jeff Dyer, (Harvard Business Review Press), 2014.
  46. Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die, Chip Heath and Dan Heath (Random House), 2008.
  47. Nail It, Then Scale It: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Creating and Managing Breakthrough Innovation, Nathan Furr and Paul Ahlstrom (NISI Institute), 2011.
  48. Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School, John Medina (Pear Press), 2008.
  49. A Social History of American Technology, Ruth Schwartz Cowan (Oxford University Press), 2018.
  50. Echoes and Evidences of the Book of Mormon, edited by Donald W. Parry, Daniel C. Peterson, and John W. Welch (The Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies), 2002.
  51. From Jerusalem to Zarahemla: Literary and Historical Studies on the Book of Mormon, S. Kent Brown (Religious Studies Center), 1998.
  52. King Benjamin’s Speech: “That Ye May Learn Wisdom”, edited by John W. Welch and Stephen D. Ricks (The Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies), 1998.
  53. The HarperCollins Study Bible (NRSV), (HarperCollins), 1993.
  54. The Biblical Canon: Its Origin, Transmission, and Authority, Lee Martin McDonald (Hendrickson Publishers), 1995.
  55. Essentials for Blended Learning: A Standards-Based Guide, Jared Stein and Charles R. Graham (Routledge), 2014.
  56. Saints and Scholarship, Neal A. Maxwell and Hugh W. Nibley (BYU Academic Publishing), n.d.
  57. Finding God at BYU, edited by S. Kent Brown, Kaye T. Hanson, and James R. Kearl (Covenant Communications), 2001.
  58. Group Genius: The Creative Power of Collaboration, Keith Sawyer (Basic Books), 2007.
  59. Fundamentals of Product Development, Christopher A. Mattson and Carl D. Sorenson (Brigham Young University), 2013.
  60. Pressing Forward with the Book of Mormon, edited by John W. Welch and Melvin J. Thorne (The Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies), 1999.
  61. Ascending the Mountain of the Lord: Temple, Praise, and Worship in the Old Testament: The 42nd Annual Brigham Young University Sidney B. Sperry Symposium, edited by David R. Seely, Jeffrey R. Chadwick, and Matthew J. Grey (Religious Studies Center), 2013.
  62. Choose to Learn: Teaching for Success Every Day, Russell T. Osguthorpe and Lolly S. Osguthorpe (Corwin Press), 2009.
  63. Appreciative Inquiry: A Positive Revolution in Change, David L. Cooperrider and Diana Whitney (Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc.), 2005.
  64. A TA’s Guide to Teaching Writing in All Disciplines, Beth Finch Hedengren (Bedford/St. Martin’s), 2004.
  65. Mastering the Teaching Role: A Guide for Nurse Educators, Barbara K. Penn (F.A. Davis Company), 2008.
  66. Isaiah in the Book of Mormon, edited by Donald W. Parry and John W. Welch (The Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies), 1998.
  67. The Legal Cases in the Book of Mormon, John W. Welch (BYU Studies and The Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies), 2008.
  68. Finding Biblical Hebrew and Other Ancient Literary Forms in the Book of Mormon, Hugh W. Pinnock (The Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies), 1999.
  69. The Learning Paradigm College, John Tagg (Anker Publishing Company), 2003.
  70. Increase in Learning: Spiritual Patterns for Obtaining Your Own Answers, David A. Bednar (Deseret Book), 2011.
  71. What the Best College Teachers Do, Ken Bain (Harvard University Press), 2004.
  72. A Taxonomy for Learning, Teaching, and Assessing: A Revision of Bloom’s Taxonomy of Educational Objectives, edited by Lorin W. Anderson and David R. Krathwohl (Longman), 2001.
  73. Ackroyd, P. R. (1968). Exile and Restoration: A Study of Hebrew Thought of the Sixth Century B.C. Philadelphia: Westminster Press.
  74. Aland, K., & Aland, B. (1987). The Text of the New Testament: An Introduction to the Critical Editions and to the Theory and Practice of Modern Textual Criticism (E. F. Rhodes, Trans.). Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans.
  75. Alter, R. (1981). The Art of Biblical Narrative. New York: Basic Books, Inc.
  76. Ashton, J. (1991). Understanding the Fourth Gospel. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
  77. Assmann, J. (1990). Guilt and Remembrance: On the Theologization of History in the Ancient Near East. History and Memory, 2(1), 5-33.
  78. Assmann, J. (1997). Moses the Egyptian: The Memory of Egypt in Western Monotheism. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
  79. Attridge, H. W. (1989). The Epistle to the Hebrews: A Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews. Philadelphia: Fortress Press.
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