The winter issue features William Smith expertly examining some of the early Mormon revelation texts, Seth Payne studying the developing ex-Mormon movement and narratives found within, and Michael Austin meditating on Keats, Job, and scriptural poetry. It also includes gorgeous selections by Ronald Wilcox, Mark Penny, Robert Rees, and Annette Haws. Plus Greg Prince discusses the parallels of Mormonism and Judaism in an interview with Rabbi Harold Kushner.
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|Vol. 46, Num. 4 – Winter 2013|
|1||William V. Smith||Early Mormon Priesthood Revelation: Text, Impact, and Evolution|
|85||Seth Payne||Ex-Mormon Narratives and Pastoral Apologetics|
|122||Michael Austin||What Kind of Truth Is Beauty?: A Meditation on Keats, Job, and Scriptural Poetry|
|143||Ronald Wilcox||Soul as Seen by Joseph Smith|
|144||Mark Penny||Jungle Walks|
|146||Greg A. Prince||An Interview with Rabbi Harold Kushner|
|176||Annette Haws||The Gift of Tongues|
|190||Benjamin Peters and John Durham Peters||Review: Adam S. Miller. Speculative Grace: Bruno Latour and Object-Oriented Theology|
|197||Patricia Karamesines||Review: Robert S. McPherson, Jim Dandy, and Sarah E. Burak. Navajo Tradition, Mormon Life: The Autobiography and Teachings of Jim Dandy|
|206||Julie J. Nichols||Review: Jenn Ashworth. The Friday Gospels|
|213||Rachel Esplin Odell||Review: Patrick Q. Mason, J. David Pulsipher, and Richard L. Bushman, eds. War and Peace in Our Time: Mormon Perspectives|
|222||Robert A. Rees||Ode to Joy!|
|Jared Clark||Winter 2013 Art|