Gregory A. Prince

GREGORY A. PRINCE {[email protected]} was born and raised in Los Angeles. Over a four-decade career in biomedical research he pio￾neered the prevention of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) pneumonia in high-risk infants. He has published three books on Mormon his￾tory—Power From on High: The Development of Mormon Priesthood (1995), David O. McKay and the Rise of Modern Mormonism (2005), and Leonard Arrington and the Writing of Mormon History (2016)—and over two-dozen articles, chapters and reviews in the field of Mormon Studies. He is the Interfaith Liaison in the Washington, DC Stake. He and his wife, JaLynn Rasmussen Prince, are the parents of three chil￾dren, the youngest of whom (Madison) is autistic. JaLynn and Greg now spend their time heading the Madison House Autism Foundation (, through which they hope to address the national issues facing autistic adults and their families.

Interview: Father-Daughter Interview on Blacks and the Priesthood

Articles/Essays – Volume 51, No. 3

A beautiful interview wherein Christensen said “If we look at an organization being a circle, there are a lot of people who are trying really, really hard to stay right there, just on the edge.…

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Gerontocracy and the Future of Mormonism

Articles/Essays – Volume 49, No. 3

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A Bibliography of Mormon Reprints

Articles/Essays – Volume 11, No. 3

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David O. McKay and the “Twin Sisters” Free Agency and Tolerance

Articles/Essays – Volume 33, No. 4

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David O. McKay and Blacks: Building the Foundation for the 1978 Revelation

Articles/Essays – Volume 35, No. 1

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The Red Peril, the Candy Maker, and the Apostle: David O. McKay’s Confrontation with Communism

Articles/Essays – Volume 37, No. 2

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“Let the Truth Heal”: The Making of Nobody Knows: The Untold Story of Black Mormons

Articles/Essays – Volume 42, No. 3

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A Failure of Moral Imagination: Guantanamo, Torture, the Constitution, and Mormons–An Interview with Brent N. Rushforth

Articles/Essays – Volume 42, No. 4

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“An Exquisite and Profound Love”: An Interview with Andrew Solomon

Articles/Essays – Volume 46, No. 1

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