Grant Revon Underwood is a historian of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and a professor at Brigham Young University. He is also the author of The Millennial World of Early Mormonism and the editor of Voyages of Faith: Explorations in Mormon Pacific History
Seminal Versus Sesquicentennial Saints: A Look At Mormon Millennialism
Articles/Essays – Volume 14, No. 1
Book of Mormon Usage in Early LDS Theology
Articles/Essays – Volume 17, No. 3
Dialogue 17.3 (Fall 1984): 37–75
As one step in that direction, this article explores Book of Mormon usage in the pre-Utah period (1830—46), and seeks answers to the following questions: Which passages from the Book of Mormon were cited and with what frequency? How were they understood?
Baptism for the Dead: Comparing RLDS and LDS Perspectives
Articles/Essays – Volume 23, No. 2
Dialogue 23.2 (Summer 1990): 99–105
Underwood discusses why two religions who share the same exact upbringing have different opinions about the temple rituals.