Volume 47, No. 3
The Fall 2014 issue begins with Michael Austin giving his thoughts on "the forgotten generation" of mormonism in the mid 20th century, explaining the reshaping of the church's image and the subsequent diaspora of mormons throughout the world. This is followed by Stacilee Ford's look at mormonism in Asia and her personal experiences in Hong Kong; then Roger Terry writes of "Archaic Pronouns and Verbs in the Book of Mormon: What Inconsistent Usage Tells Us about Translation Theories," providing interesting perspective on the role of translation when interpreting the Book of Mormon. If that's not enough, there is several works of poetry and an emotional work of fiction in Michael Ellis's "Moving On." To end the issue is a fascinating and intellectually stimulating sermon from Charles Inouye on Mormonism in the modern world, looking at it through the context of eastern religion and postmodern philosophy.