Summer 2020

The Summer 2020 Issue begins with an article from Lawrence Foster on “Why the Prophet is a Puzzle,” and includes some lovely Personal Voices essays including a personal essay by Blaire Ostler called “Hug a Queer Latter-day Saint.” Also includes poetry by R.A. Christmas and finishes with a sermon on the “Second Coming” by Kim McCall.

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Why the Prophet is a Puzzle: The Challenges of Using Psychological Perspectives to Understand the Character and Motivation of Joseph Smith, Jr. Articles/Essays History, Joseph Smith

Why the Prophet is a Puzzle: The Challenges of Using Psychological Perspectives to Understand the Character and Motivation of Joseph Smith, Jr.

Lawrence Foster

What Size of City, and What Sort of City, Could (or Should) the City of Zion Be? Articles/Essays Joseph Smith, History

What Size of City, and What Sort of City, Could (or Should) the City of Zion Be?

Russell Arben Fox

A Commentary on Joseph Smith’s Revision of First Corinthians Articles/Essays Joseph Smith, History

A Commentary on Joseph Smith’s Revision of First Corinthians

Kevin L. Barney

Ace of Saints Personal Voices

Ace of Saints

Marissa Burgess

Joseph Smith and the Face of Christ Personal Voices Joseph Smith

Joseph Smith and the Face of Christ

Robert A. Rees

Pando: The Secret Life of Trees Personal Voices

Pando: The Secret Life of Trees

Terresa Wellborn

Hug a Queer Latter-day Saint Personal Voices Sexuality

Hug a Queer Latter-day Saint

Blaire Ostler

Certain Places Fiction

Certain Places

William Morris

What the Second Coming Means to People Like Me From the Pulpit Theology

What the Second Coming Means to People Like Me

Kim McCall

ART NOTES: Totality & Light Notes, Art

ART NOTES: Totality & Light

Bradley Slade and Herman du Toit

Inside Covers Inside Covers

Inside Covers