Volume 32:3 (Summer 1992)

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Volume 32:3 (Summer 1992)

Bruce Hafen encourages BYU to become an environment where professional and religious aspirations are integrated, and faculty work together to help students become "productive citizen of both society and the kingdom of God." Neal A. Maxwell reminds BYU professionals—even though their skills are varied—they are under the "same spiritual obligations to keep the same commandments and the same covenants." A discussion on Yale's acquisition of important Mormon Americana is included in this BYU Studies. Some items in the collection include Charles Coulson Rich's daybook, William Law's daybook, the Oliver Olney papers, etc. Fred E. Woods discusses the Biblical story of Elisha's curse and the attack of the two bears.

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Neal A. Maxwell
ArticlePg. 5
Robert M. Hogge
PoetryPg. 10
Bruce C. Hafen
ArticlePg. 11
Michael Hicks
PoetryPg. 26
John Bennion
ArticlePg. 27
MaryJan G. Munger
PoetryPg. 43
Lisa B. Hawkins
PoetryPg. 45
John S. Harris
PoetryPg. 46
David J. Whittaker
ArticlePg. 59
George Miles
ArticlePg. 61
Thomas Asplund
PoetryPg. 70
Ronald W. Walker
The Historians Corner ItemPg. 87
Ronald W. Walker
The Historians Corner ItemPg. 89
David B. Honey
Book ReviewPg. 103
Davis Bitton
Book ReviewPg. 112
Ellen M. Copley
BibliographyPg. 119
William Powley
PoetryPg. 160