Doris Dant’s article “Polish Religious Folk Art: Gospel Echoes from a Disparate Climate” talks about some of the beautiful themes of the gospel that are displayed in authentic Polish woodcarvings, testimonies of their faith and devotion to Jesus Christ. Mary D. Poulter’s article talks about the significance of the first LDS hymnbook—how and what material was chosen to be contained therein. Hugh Nibley fans will enjoy Boyd Peterson’s article that reveals aspects of Nibley’s young life (not inconsistent with his beliefs) through letters. David Seely provides a comprehensive bibliography of writings by LDS authors on the New Testament. Finally, Larry Porter tells about Solomon Chamberlin, a man who recognized Joseph Smith and the Church as divinely guided.