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Spring 2000 features Kevin Barney's "Reflections on the Documentary Hypothesis" as well as Val Rust's "Mormonism and the Radical Religious Movement in Early Colonial New England" plus other amazing articles.

Spring 2000 features Kevin Barney's "Reflections on the Documentary Hypothesis" as well as Val Rust's "Mormonism and the Radical Religious Movement in Early Colonial New England" plus other amazing articles.

Fall 2012 Issue: The many recent conferences on Mormonism, or sessions at larger conferences that deal with Mormon issues, show that Mormonism has become one of the hotter topics in the academy today–in part because Mormonism is such a useful lens for looking at a variety of interesting issues, from literature and film studies to history to cultural studies. While many of the papers presented at these conferences are eventually expanded and refined and published in journals.

Fall 2012 Issue: The many recent conferences on Mormonism, or sessions at larger conferences that deal with Mormon issues, show that Mormonism has become one of the hotter topics in the academy today–in part because Mormonism is such a useful lens for looking at a variety of interesting issues, from literature and film studies to history to cultural studies. While many of the papers presented at these conferences are eventually expanded and refined and published in journals.

Art by Rebecca Sorge in Summer 2014 Issue

"A Straight Course" - Rebecca Sorge. This piece was inspired by scripture from the Book of Mormon (Alma I wanted to depict the different ways women exercise their faith and seek guidance in their journey home to our Heavenly Parents.

Winter 2008 Issue: Kevin Barney explains "How to Worship Our Mother in Heaven (Without Getting Excommunicated)" while Armand L. Mauss discusses Seeking a ""Second Harvest"": Controlling the Costs of LDS Membership in Europe

Winter 2008 Issue: Kevin Barney explains "How to Worship Our Mother in Heaven (Without Getting Excommunicated)" while Armand L. Mauss discusses Seeking a ""Second Harvest"": Controlling the Costs of LDS Membership in Europe

Crime Against Nature - Gay Mormon History  Find more LDS greats at: MormonFavorites.com Mormon Lesbians? Hmmmm...

Crime Against Nature - Gay Mormon History

The Winter 1979 Issue includes Hugh Nibley's "How Firm a Foundation! What Makes It So" and Lester Bush's "On Mormonism, Moral Epidemics, Homeopathy and Death from Natural Causes" and other great articles.

The Winter 1979 Issue includes Hugh Nibley's "How Firm a Foundation! What Makes It So" and Lester Bush's "On Mormonism, Moral Epidemics, Homeopathy and Death from Natural Causes" and other great articles.

The Spring 1971 Issue features Leland Fetzer's "Tolstoy and Mormonism" and Bob Rees "A Continuing Dialogue" and other amazing articles.

The Spring 1971 Issue features Leland Fetzer's "Tolstoy and Mormonism" and Bob Rees "A Continuing Dialogue" and other amazing articles.

The Summer 1989 Issue features Philip Barlow's "Why the King James Version?: From the Common to the Official Bible of Mormonism" and Newell Bringhurst's "Fawn Brodie and Her Quest for Independence" and other fantastic articles.

The Summer 1989 Issue features Philip Barlow's "Why the King James Version?: From the Common to the Official Bible of Mormonism" and Newell Bringhurst's "Fawn Brodie and Her Quest for Independence" and other fantastic articles.

The Winter 1972 Issue features William Phipps "The Case for a Married Jesus" and Wayne Hinton's "Mahonri Young and the Church: A View of Mormonism and Art" and other amazing articles.

The Winter 1972 Issue features William Phipps "The Case for a Married Jesus" and Wayne Hinton's "Mahonri Young and the Church: A View of Mormonism and Art" and other amazing articles.

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