Volume 42, No. 2
The Summer 2009 issue begins with "The Living Oracles: Legal Interpretation and Mormon Thought" by Nathan B. Oman, who looks at the difficulties faced by Mormon thinkers in relation to some of the thinkers from churches with a longer tradition of such activity, like the Catholic church. This if followed by Katie Clark Blakesley who examines the ever-changing modesty standards in the church and how they compare to the broader American standards during certain eras. Also contained in this issue are several reviews, including a review of the Twilight series, a sermon from Taylor Petrey, and a beautiful poem by Elizabeth Pinborough.
Clothing has been the subject of scriptural injunctions and aperennial topic of Church leaders’ concern. Subtle changes inboth dress standards and rationales for modest dress in the latterhalf of the twentieth century reflect the LDS…
Letters to the Editor