Latest issue – Volume 55, No. 2

Summer 2022

The Summer 2022 Issue is filled with amazing scholarship. It begins with Clyde Ford’s “The Sidney Sperry/Heber Snell Debates: Critical Biblical Scholarship and Mormon Tradition” and continues with Was Joseph Smith a Monarchotheist? An Engagement with Blake Ostler’s Theological Position on the Nature of God by Loren Pankratz and “Missing and Restoring Meaning” by Jill Mulvay Derr. Then get ready for a roundtable of reviews of the two new Eugene England biographies by Kristine Haglund and Terryl Givens. And if this isn’t enough, there is so much new poetry and even more reviews and finally, a beautiful sermon on a “World Without Masks.”

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