Volume 58:2 (2019) Print

This issue begins with Reid Neilson and Carson Teuscher’s history and analysis of the 1923 Eastern States Mission gathering at the Hill Cumorah. Matthew Godfrey sees in a simple pay order a history of the wives and children of 1840s missionaries struggling to survive in … Continued

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Volume 58:3 (2019) Print

In this issue, Shane Goodwin tells the history of the name of the Church, from Church of Christ to The Church of the Latter Day Saints to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, through looking at manuscripts and … Continued

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Volume 58:4 (2019) Print

In this issue, Chad Orton tells what life was like for women and children who were left behind as their husbands and fathers served missions, 1839 to 1920. John Hilton and Joshua Barringer share their research on how general conference speakers used Gethsemane and follow themes … Continued

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Volume 59:1 (2020) Print

This issue presents a variety of topics. Daniel K Judd and W. Justin Dyer studied 635 BYU students to study grace, legalism, perfectionism, well-being, and shame. Jeremy Talmage discusses how Joseph Smith’s insistence that he actually saw deity diverged from … Continued

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Volume 59:2 (2020) Print

In January 2020, a conference was held at the Huntington Library in San Marino, California, to commemorate the two hundredth anniversary of Joseph Smith’s First Vision. This issue presents the proceedings of that conference. Speakers from the Latter-day Saint faith … Continued

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Volume 59:3 (2020) Print

BYU¬†Studies Quarterly¬†59, no. 3, commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, giving women the right to vote, and the 150th anniversary of that right being granted to Utah women. The issue includes articles that overview … Continued

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Volume 59:4 (2020) Print

The BYU Jerusalem Center was dedicated in 1989, and a conference commemorating its thirtieth anniversary was held at BYU in 2019. This issue of BYU Studies Quarterly contains presentations and remarks given at that conference. Speakers discuss history of the … Continued

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Volume 9:4 (Summer 1969)

Reading this issue from 1969 transports you back to the world on the edge of the seventies. Four BYU professors of sociology contribute to Student Protests: A Threat and an Appeal, and Spiro T. Agnew’s BYU forum addresses Some Answers … Continued

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