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Historic Sites Holy Envy Sara M. Patterson, Pioneers in the Attic: Place and Memory Along the Mormon Trail

When it comes to sacred places, I feel considerable holy envy toward the Latter-day Saints. Their sacred sites stretch across the continent, from Vermont to California. Mormons can visit their founding prophet’s birthplace, the grove…

The Provo Tabernacle and Interfaith Collaboration

The Accommodation of Mormonism and Politico-Economic Reality

Mormon Architecture Today: The Temple as a Symbol

Dialogue 3.1 (1968): 9–19
Bergsma argues that, to anybody passing by the temple, even if they are not a member, that the temple stands as a a symbol of our devotion to the faith

Mormon Architecture Today: The Lamps of Mormon Architecture, A Discussion

Notes on Brigham Young’s Aesthetics

From Great Heights

“How about a quick swim?” Carolyn asked, pointing to a lighted swimming pool glimmering through the fence of a large apartment complex on North Temple.  Norman smiled and continued to drive.  “I’m serious,” Carolyn said.…

The Kirtland Temple as a Shared Space: A Conversation with David J. Howlett

Dialogue 47.1 (Spring 2014): 104–123
An oral interview between an LDS Member and a Community of Christ member regarding the history of the Kirtland Temple. They explain that despite differences in religious beliefs, people can still form friendships and cooperate.

A Walk through Blenheim

Provo Tabernacle: My Strange and Lonely Place

Historic Sites Holy Envy Sara M. Patterson, Pioneers in the Attic: Place and Memory Along the Mormon Trail

When it comes to sacred places, I feel considerable holy envy toward the Latter-day Saints. Their sacred sites stretch across the continent, from Vermont to California. Mormons can visit their founding prophet’s birthplace, the grove…

The Provo Tabernacle and Interfaith Collaboration

The Accommodation of Mormonism and Politico-Economic Reality

Mormon Architecture Today: The Temple as a Symbol

Dialogue 3.1 (1968): 9–19
Bergsma argues that, to anybody passing by the temple, even if they are not a member, that the temple stands as a a symbol of our devotion to the faith

Mormon Architecture Today: The Lamps of Mormon Architecture, A Discussion

Notes on Brigham Young’s Aesthetics

From Great Heights

“How about a quick swim?” Carolyn asked, pointing to a lighted swimming pool glimmering through the fence of a large apartment complex on North Temple.  Norman smiled and continued to drive.  “I’m serious,” Carolyn said.…

The Kirtland Temple as a Shared Space: A Conversation with David J. Howlett

Dialogue 47.1 (Spring 2014): 104–123
An oral interview between an LDS Member and a Community of Christ member regarding the history of the Kirtland Temple. They explain that despite differences in religious beliefs, people can still form friendships and cooperate.

A Walk through Blenheim

Provo Tabernacle: My Strange and Lonely Place