Mormon Bibliography 1994



The Mormon Bibliography for 1994 is a selective bibliography of publications about Mormons and Mormonism. This bibliography concentrates on aspects of the Utah-based Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. No attempt has been made to include articles pertaining to other branches of the Mormon community, including the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Articles are included about related organizations only when they also touch upon the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Although every attempt has been made to include all aspects of Mormonism, we have purposely excluded some types of items. For instance, articles published in the official magazines of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which are well indexed by the Church itself, and newspaper articles are not listed here. However, the individual poems, short stories, and other such works from these official magazines have been retained and are listed in the arts and literature section of the bibliography. The arts and literature section also includes every item of this kind which was written by a Mormon author. The other sections (and the critical essays in the arts and literature section) include only articles and books written with a specific Mormon focus and theme.

As do compilers of any bibliography, of course, we constantly fear not knowing of a publication and therefore leaving it out. Readers who know of publications that should have been included in this Mormon Bibliography are asked to contact either Dennis Rowley or Scott Duvall, Department of Special Collections and Manuscripts, 4040 HBLL, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, 84602-6835. In addition, many items published during 1994 could not be acquired before the publication deadline. We will include those publications in the 1995 Mormon Bibliography.

This bibliography begins with a list of abbreviations and is broadly organized into the following sections: Foreign Language Journals, Arts and Literature, Bibliography, Biography and Autobiography, Contemporary Issues, Doctrine and Scripture, History, and Inspiration.

List of Abbreviations

The following abbreviations are used for Mormon-content periodicals and anthologies that have been analyzed by chapter.

Mormon-content Periodicals Analyzed Herein

AMCAP AMCAP Journal 20 (1994). Published by the Association of Mormon Counselors and Psychotherapists, Salt Lake City.
BH Beehive History 20 (1994). Published annually by the Utah State Historical Society. This issue on Utah’s constitution.
BYM Brigham Young Magazine 48 (1994). Published quarterly by Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. Continues BYU Today. Includes feature articles, news items, and columns.
BYU Studies BYU Studies 34 (1994–95). Published quarterly by Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. Issue 2 is a monograph titled Hearts Turned to the Fathers. Issue 3 is a bibliography.
CC Chronicles of Courage 5 (1994). Published annually by Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Salt Lake City.
Dialogue Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought 27 (1994). Published quarterly by the Dialogue Foundation, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Digest Latter-day Digest 3 (1994). Published eight times in 1994, last issues by Grandin Book, Orem, Utah. Ceased publication with August 1994.
Ensign Ensign 24 (1994). Published monthly by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Only poetry is included; for articles in this and other Church publications, consult the yearly indexes published by the Church or the index in the December issue.
Exponent Exponent II 18, nos. 2–4 (1994). Published quarterly by Exponent II, Inc., Arlington, Massachusetts. No official connection with the LDS Church.
Insight Insight 9, nos. 2–3, and 10, no. 1 (1994). A forum for nonfiction writing, published once each semester by the Brigham Young University Honors Program, Provo, Utah.
Insights Insights: An Ancient Window, nos. 92–97 (1994). Published six times a year by the Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies (FARMS), Provo, Utah.
JBOMS Journal of Book of Mormon Studies 3 (1994). Published semiannually by the Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies (FARMS), Provo, Utah.
JCA Journal of Collegium Aesculapium (1994). Published semiannually by Collegium Aesculapium Foundation, Inc., Provo, Utah. An organization for LDS physicians.
JMH Journal of Mormon History 20 (1994). Published semiannually by the Mormon History Association, Provo, Utah.
JWHAJ John Whitmer Historical Association Journal 14 (1994). Published annually by the association, Lamoni, Iowa. Deals with Reorganized Latter Day Saint history.
L&B Literature and Belief 13 (1993). Published annually by the Brigham Young University College of Humanities, Provo, Utah.
MHM Mormon Heritage Magazine 1 (1994). Published bimonthly by Sherman L. Fleek, Springville, Utah. A nonscholarly, popular magazine devoted to LDS heritage and history.
MWF Mormon Women’s Forum 5 (1994). Published quarterly by the Mormon Women’s Forum, Salt Lake City. “An LDS Feminist Quarterly.”
Nauvoo Nauvoo Journal 6 (1994). Published semiannually by the Early Mormon Research Institute, Hyrum, Utah.
New Era New Era 24 (1994). Published monthly by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Salt Lake City. Official publication for youth. Only poetry and short stories are included; for articles, consult the yearly indexes published by the Church or the index in the December issue.
ND New Direction, nos. 6–8 (1994). Published irregularly by A New Direction, Los Angeles. “A magazine for gay and lesbian Mormons, their families and friends, and others who ‘would like to know more’ about homosexuality.”
NP New Perspectives 11 (1994). Published semiannually by Ricks College, Rexburg, Idaho.
Sunstone Sunstone 16, no. 8, and 17, nos. 1–3 (1994). Four issues published in 1994 by the Sunstone Foundation, Salt Lake City.
This People This People 15 (1994). Published quarterly by Utah Alliance, Salt Lake City. Contains feature articles and columns exploring LDS issues and personalities.
UHQ Utah Historical Quarterly 62 (1994). Published quarterly by the Utah State Historical Society, Salt Lake City.
Witness Witness, nos. 84–86 (1994). Published quarterly by the Foundation for Research on Ancient America, Independence, Missouri.
Women Latter-day Women 2 (1994). Published monthly by Grandin Book, Orem, Utah. Ceased publication with August 1994.
WRI Wasatch Review International 3 (1994). Published annually by Wasatch Review International, Orem, Utah. A Mormon literary journal.

In addition, there are several Mormon-content periodicals which are not indexed herein, including electronic journals and forums. For a bibliography of these organizations, periodicals, and electronic journals and forums, please consult Bryan Waterman’s “A Guide to the Mormon Universe: Mormon Organizations and Periodicals,” Sunstone 17 (December 1994): 44–65.

Anthologies Analyzed by Chapter

Allegory Ricks, Steven D., and John W. Welch, eds. The Allegory of the Olive Tree: The Olive, the Bible, and Jacob 5. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book; Provo, Utah: FARMS, 1994.
AML Annual The Association for Mormon Letters Annual. 2 vols. Salt Lake City: Association for Mormon Letters, 1994.
Apostle The Apostle Paul: His Life and His Testimony: The 23d Annual Sidney B. Sperry Symposium. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.
Christmas Christmas Treasures: Stories and Reminiscences from General Authorities. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.
Contemporary Cornwall, Marie, Tim B. Heaton, and Lawrence A. Young, eds. Contemporary Mormonism: Social Science Perspectives. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1994.
Covenant Anderson, Dawn Hall, and Susette Fletcher Green, eds. Women in the Covenant of Grace: Talks Selected from the 1993 Women’s Conference Sponsored by Brigham Young University and the Relief Society. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.
Differing Launius, Roger D., and Linda Thatcher, eds. Differing Visions: Dissenters in Mormon History. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1994.
DLLS Deseret Language and Linguistics Society: Selected Papers from the Proceedings, Twentieth Annual Symposium. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University, 1994.
DS Brigham Young University 1993–94 Devotional and Fireside Speeches. Provo, Utah: University Publications, 1994.
Families Families: Addresses on Strengthening Families by General Authorities and General Officers of the Auxiliaries of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994. [Most articles are reprints from the Ensign and are not analyzed herein]
Foundations Proceedings for the Third Annual Laying the Foundations Symposium. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University, 1993. [c1994]
Kings Jackson, Kent P., and Robert L. Millet, eds. 1 Kings to Malachi. Studies in Scripture, vol. 4. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1993.
Miracle Ball, DeAnna, and Terry Ball. Each One a Miracle: Inspirational Romanian Adoption Stories. Orem, Utah: Grandin Book, 1994.
Multiply Corcoran, Brent, ed. Multiply and Replenish: Mormon Essays on Sex and Family. Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1994.
People Thy People Shall Be My People and Thy God My God: The 22d Annual Sidney B. Sperry Symposium. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.
Religion Smith, George D., ed. Religion, Feminism, and Freedom of Conscience: A Mormon/Humanist Dialogue. Buffalo, N.Y.: Prometheus Books; Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1994.
Serving Serving with Strength throughout the World: Favorite Talks from Especially for Youth. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.
Temples Parry, Donald W., ed. Temples of the Ancient World: Ritual and Symbolism. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book; Provo, Utah: FARMS, 1994.
Truth Roberts, B. H. The Truth, The Way, The Life: An Elementary Treatise on Theology. Provo, Utah: BYU Studies, 1994.
Turning Card, Orson Scott, and David Dollahite, eds. Turning Hearts: Short Stories on Family Life. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1994.
Watch Watch and Be Ready: Preparing for the Second Coming of the Lord. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

Foreign Language Periodicals

The Church publishes the International Magazine in various languages. Contact (801) 240-5275 or Church Magazines/Church News, P.O. Box 26368, Salt Lake City, UT 84126-0368 for subscription information.

Non-English periodicals are published for the Mormon community by entities other than The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. If you publish or know of others who publish non-English periodicals not listed herein, please contact Dennis Rowley at 4040 HBLL, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah 84602-6835.


Bertrachtungen (Reflections), c/o H. Weissmann, 64 Rue Albert Joly, 78000 Versailles, France; or c/o Hartmut Weissmann, Gärtnerplatz 10, 61130 Nidderau-Ostheim. A European LDS journal printed in English, French, and German beginning in January 1993.

Mormon Forum, 1441–4 Kamitokimune, Kudamatsu Shi, Yamaguchi Ken 744, Japan. An 82-page semiannual magazine in Japanese, modeled after Sunstone and Dialogue, but produced entirely by Japanese LDS scholars. It deals with current issues in the LDS community.

Arts and Literature

Novels, children’s books, short stories, plays, poetry, critical essays, personal essays, music, and articles about the arts written by or about Mormons. If you are an LDS literary author and your works are not found herein, please contact Dennis Rowley at the address above so that he may obtain your works.


Christenson, Richard P. “Here’s Brother Brigham! Monumental Sculpture of a Monumental Man.” Pioneer 41 (July/August 1994): 5–7.

Hopkinson, Glen S. “Painting a ‘Legacy.’” MHM, March/April: 34–39.

“‘Imagination Is a Place’: Interview with Cover Artist Leonard Parkin.” Leading Edge, no. 28 (February 1994): 42–54.

Jung, Paul. “Seeing the Choices: A Conversation with Paul Jung.” By Steven Epperson and Elbert Peck. Sunstone, September: 39–48.

Oman, Richard G. “Quiet Acts of Religious Devotion: The Art of Judith Mehr.” BYU Studies, no. 4:70–72.

Oman, Richard G., and Doris R. Dant. “Richard Burde: Spiritual Reflections.” BYU Studies, no. 1:32–40.

Children’s Books

Anderson, Paris. Claire in Nauvoo. Provo, Utah: Precious Child, 1994. [Book 2 of Claire: A Mormon Girl]

———. Claire in Zarahemla. Provo, Utah: Precious Child, 1994. [Book 1 of Claire: A Mormon Girl]

Gostick, Adrian Robert. Eddy and the Habs. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

Hawley, Judith. Nephi and Lehi: Mighty Men of God. Independence, Mo.: OM Resource Center, 1994. [Booklet]

Hughes, Dean. Lucky Comes Home. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994. [Conclusion to the Lucky Ladd series]

Johnson, Sherrie, and Tyler Lybbert. Abinadi. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

———. Alma at the Waters of Mormon. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

———. Ammon and the King. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

———. The Broken Bow. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

———. Captain Moroni’s Title of Liberty. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

———. The Gadianton Robbers. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

———. Jesus Is Born. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

———. Nephi and Lehi in Prison. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

Littke, Lael. The Bridesmaids’ Dress Disaster. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

———. There’s a Snake at Girls Camp. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

Smurthwaite, Donald. The Search for Wallace Whipple. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994. [Young adult fiction]

Critical Essays

Anderson, Tory C. “Where Are the Mormon Writers?” WRI, 1–20.

Barnes, Jacqueline C. “Sacrifice to the Proper Gods.” In AML Annual, 1:78–83.

Berlin, Linda. “The Strengths and Weaknesses of Virginia Sorensen’s On This Star.” In AML Annual, 1:51–56.

Bradford, Mary Lythgoe. “Virginia Sorensen: Literary Recollections from a Thirty-Five-Year Friendship.” In AML Annual, 1:97–104.

Card, Orson Scott. “Families in Fiction.” In Turning, 1–4.

Cracroft, Richard H. “Attuning the Authentic Mormon Voice: Stemming the Sophic Tide in LDS Literature.” In AML Annual, 1:34–43.

———. “Mormon Biography: Tracking the (Well-Written) LDS Life.” BYM, May: 62–63.

———. “Realizing ‘A Personal and Possessed Past’: Mormon Community and Values in Wallace Stegner’s Recapitulation.” In AML Annual, 1:124–31.

———. “Tracking the Grand Design through Current LDS Books.” BYM, August: 16–17.

———. “‘A Usually Dazzling World’: The Poetic Mormon Humanism of Emma Lou Thayne.” In AML Annual, 1:145–53.

Dallimore, LuDene. “Mercy, Zina, and Kate: Virginia Sorensen’s Strong Women in a Man’s Society.” In AML Annual, 1:63–67.

Dollahite, David. “Family Stories and Family Relationships.” In Turning, 296–302.

Embry, Jesse L. “Overworked Stereotypes or Accurate History? Images of Polygamy in The Giant Joshua.” In AML Annual, 1:105–13.

England, Eugene. “Books That Teach Tolerance.” This People, spring: 84–89.

———. “Douglas Thayer’s Mr. Wahlquist in Yellowstone: A Mormon’s Christian Response to Wilderness.” BYU Studies, no. 1:52–72.

———. “Virginia Sorensen as the Founding Foremother of the Mormon Personal Essay.” In AML Annual, 1:44–50.

England, Karin Anderson. “Confronting the Personal Voice: Ethics and the Personal Essay in Technical Writing.” In AML Annual, 2:297–300.

———. “Feminine Voices in the Works of Juanita Brooks.” In AML Annual, 2:183–89.

Evenden, Michael. “Angels in a Mormon Gaze or Utopia, Rage, Communitas, Dream Dialogue, and Funhouse-Mirror Aesthetics.” Sunstone, September: 55–64.

Evenson, Brian. “Chaotic Matter: Eugene England’s ‘The Dawning of a Brighter Day.’” Dialogue, winter: 159–62.

Geary, Edward A. “Joseph and His Brothers: Rivalry in Virginia Sorensen’s On This Star.” In AML Annual, 1:57–62.

Godfrey, Audrey M. “The Promise Is Fulfilled: Literary Aspects of John D. Fitzgerald’s Novels.” In AML Annual, 1:120–23.

Hansen, Helynne H. “In Search of Women’s Language and Feminist Expression among Nauvoo Wives in A Little Lower Than the Angels.Dialogue, summer: 93–102. Also in AML Annual, 1:84–90.

Hogge, Robert M. “Levels of Perception in Michael Fillerup’s Visions and Other Stories.” In AML Annual, 2:154–57.

Howe, Susan Elizabeth. “‘Little Books’ from a Large Soul: The Private Poetry of Virginia Sorensen.” In AML Annual, 1:91–96.

Jorgensen, Bruce W. “To Tell and Hear Stories: Let the Stranger Say.” In AML Annual, 1:19–33.

Kellner, Mark A. “Mormon History under Scrutiny.” Christianity Today 38 (October 3, 1994): 68.

Koldewyn, Derk Michael. “‘Though Like the Wanderer’: Outside the Group in Mormon Short Fiction.” In AML Annual, 2:234–38.

Kramer, Neal W. “Reading Mormon Stories: An Ethical Dilemma?” In AML Annual, 2:239–45.

McAllister, Mick. “Embracing the Other: The Beloved Alien and Other Ethical Fictions of Orson Scott Card.” In AML Annual, 2:158–65.

Munger, MaryJan Gay. “A Look at Contemporary Mormon Poetry: One Harvester’s Opinion.” In AML Annual, 2:166–70.

Nichols, Julie J., and others. “Domesticity and the Call to Art: A Panel.” In AML Annual, 2:284–96.

Peterson, Joe. “Franklin Fisher’s Bones: The Effaced Identity of the Mormon Missionary.” In AML Annual, 2:171–76.

Peterson, Levi S. “AML: Unlikely Skirmisher in the Battle of the Books.” In AML Annual, 1:15–18.

Samuelsen, Eric. “Rebels, Subversives, Iconoclasts: The Case for Mormon Drama.” In Foundations, 159–65.

Smith, Grant T. “Women Together: Kate Alexander’s Search for Self in The Evening and the Morning.” In AML Annual, 1:68–77.

Smith, Nola D. “Madwomen in the Mormon Attic: A Feminist Reading of Saturday’s Warrior and Reunion.” In AML Annual, 1:139–44.

Tanner, John S. “Of Hymns, Herbert, and the Aesthetics of Faith.” In AML Annual, 1:1–7.

Thayne, Emma Lou. “Clarice Short: Earthy Academic.” In AML Annual, 1:132–38.

Waterstradt, Jean Anne. “In Hims of Praise: The Songs of Zion.” In AML Annual, 2:190–95.

Wilson, William A. “The Power of the Word.” In AML Annual, 1:8–14.


Bronson, J. Scott. “Confessions.” WRI, 97–130.

Hanson, Brent L. “Coming of Age in LDS Drama: Arnold Van Gennep’s Separation, Transition, and Incorporation Applied to Saturday’s Warrior and Huebner.” Ph.D. diss., Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, 1993.

Samuelsen, Eric. “Accommodations: A Play in Three Acts.” Sunstone, June: 30–55.


Barber, Phyllis. And the Desert Shall Blossom. Salt Lake City: Signature, 1993.

Bezzant, Pat. Angie. New York: Fawcett, 1994. [Young adult]

Bills, Greg. Consider This Home. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1994.

Brown, Marilyn. Royal House. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994.

Crane, Cheri J. Kate’s Turn. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994.

Crowe, Chris. Two Roads. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1994.

Davis, Gary L. Friends. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994.

Decker, Rod. An Environment for Murder. Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1994.

Eaton, Ed. Strike Two. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994.

Evans, Richard Paul. The Christmas Box. Salt Lake City: Steinway, 1993.

Gibson, Arvin S. Love’s Eternal Legacy: A Novel Based on Near-Death Experiences. Bountiful, Utah: Horizon, 1994.

Hainsworth, Brad E. Camp of the Saints. Springville, Utah: Cedar Fort, 1994.

Hansen, Jennie L. When Tomorrow Comes. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994.

Havens, Virginia. Roxey’s Choice. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994.

Hendershot, Eric. Jimmy Stillman, I Will Always Love You. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1994.

Hilton, Joni. Scrambled Home Evenings. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994.

Irvine, Robert. The Hosanna Shout: A Moroni Traveler Mystery. New York: St. Martin’s, 1994.

Jarvis, Sharon Downing. The Healing Place. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

Johnson-Choong, Shelly. The Jewelry Box. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994.

Lund, Gerald N. A Season of Joy: A Historical Novel. Vol. 5 of The Work and the Glory. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1994.

———. Three Adventure Novels: One in Thine Hand, The Alliance, Leverage Point. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994. [Complete and unabridged texts of the original editions]

Marcum, Robert. Death of a Tsar. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

McCloud, Susan Evans. The Heart That Truly Loves. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1994.

Mouritsen, Laurel. The Passageway. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994.

Neilson, DeAnne. Perfect Neighbors. Greensboro, N.C.: Hatrack River, 1994.

Nelson, Lee. Storm Gold. Springville, Utah: Council Press, 1994.

Paget, Becky. The Belle of Nauvoo: A Novel of Love and Betrayal. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994. [Fictionalized biography]

Perkins, Luisa M. Shannon’s Mirror. Orem, Utah: Grandin Book, 1994.

Perry, Anne. The Hyde Park Headsman. New York: Fawcett, 1994.

———. The Sins of the Wolf. New York: Fawcett, 1994.

Poulson, Clair. Samuel, Gadianton’s Foe. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994.

Richardson, Boyd. Knife Thrower: A Mormon Boy among the Pawnee. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994.

Robinson, Bonnie B. Through the Mists of Darkness: A Book of Mormon Novel. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994.

Robles, Rob. The Claim: A Mormon’s Fight against All Odds; A Novel. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994.

Ryan, Gordon. Dangerous Legacy. Salt Lake City: Shadow Mountain, 1994.

Sebra, Diane. Anna. Orem, Utah: Grandin Book, 1994.

Stansfield, Anita. First Love and Forever. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994.

Tilton, Jane, and Lynn Tilton. Segundo: A Novel. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1994.

Vandagriff, G. G. Cankered Roots: A Mystery. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

Walker, J. Todd. Thrice in Time: A Novel of the Savior’s Love. Bountiful, Utah: Horizon, 1994.

Weyland, Jack. Weyland: Five Complete Novels. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994. [PepperTide; A New Dawn; The Understudy; Brenda at the Prom; Kimberly—in one volume]

White, Stephen. Higher Authority: A Novel. New York: Viking, 1994.

Wolverton, Dave. The Golden Queen. New York: Tor, 1994.

———. Star Wars: The Courtship of Princess Leia. New York: Bantam Books, 1994.

Yates, Alma J. No More Strangers, Please! Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

Yates, Dan. Angels Don’t Knock! American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994.

Yorgason, Blaine, and Brenton Yorgason. The Soderberg Saga. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994. [Complete novels: In Search of Steenie Bergman; The Bishop’s Horse Race; Brother Brigham’s Gold; Seven Days for Ruby]

Young, S. Dilworth. An Adventure in Faith. Orem, Utah: Grandin Book, 1994.

Personal Essays

Abbot, Daryl. “Contemplating Excommunication.” ND, no. 8:19–22.

———. “Immorality and Being Morally Straight.” ND, no. 7:3–5, 28.

Allen, Richard Eliot. “Taiwan Trilogy.” Dialogue, winter: 57–76.

Alley, Robert. “The Politics of Exclusivity.” In Religion, 9–15.

Alvarez, Lino. “Christmas with Family.” In Christmas, 25–26.

Andersen, Neil L. “Room in the Inn.” In Christmas, 41–43.

Archibald, Dallas N. “The Greatest Gift.” In Christmas, 27–29.

Ballard, Leanna Spjut. “Navigating the Rapids: Course Corrections.” In Covenant, 231–40.

Ballard, M. Russell. “Christmas in the Holy Land.” In Christmas, 15–18.

Beck, Martha N. “Invincible Summer: Finding Grace Within.” In Covenant, 79–94.

Bell, James P. “Suit Yourself (One Son’s Attempt to Prevent His Parents from Doing the Right Thing).” Digest, July: 36–40.

Bell, Stephanie. “The Optimum Size for a Purse.” Women, April: 76–77.

Bennion, John. “Doubt and the Desert.” In AML Annual, 2:263–69.

Bennion, Molly McLellan. “In the Garden.” Sunstone, June: 21–24.

Benson, Ezra Taft. “The Joys of Christmas.” In Christmas, 136–40.

Berlin, Linda. “Him.” Exponent, no. 4:8–10.

Beytien, Alyson. “Who’s in Control? The Ups and Downs of Fertility.” Exponent, no. 2:4–6.

Bickmore, Lisa Orme. “‘This Place, This Place’: The Private and the Secret, and a Place for Making.” MWF, November: 1, 8–11.

Bitton, Dennis. “Canned Stew.” Digest, June: 26–28.

———. “Daddy, Why Don’t You Cry?” Digest, April: 66–68.

Block, Polly. “Little Old Ladies.” Women, April: 71–74.

Brooks, Joanna. “De Colores.” Sunstone, September: 18–19.

Brough, Monte J. “A Christmas Gift of Freedom.” In Christmas, 83–84.

Bullough, Rosemary Price. “What More Could I Ask?” Exponent, no. 4:6–7.

Bunnell, Steven D. “The Birth of My Values.” Digest, August: 56–59.

Bush, Laura L. “On Being Single.” Exponent, no. 4:5.

Cannon, Ann Edwards. “Ghosts.” This People, holiday: 13–14.

———. “In Praise of Older Women.” This People, spring: 14.

Cantwell, Lee G. “Waking up on the Farm.” This People, spring: 12–13.

Carmack, John K. “Our Last California Christmas.” In Christmas, 67–70.

Christensen, Joe J. “Some Christmas Thoughts.” In Christmas, 115–16.

Clark, Andrew. “The Fading Curse of Cain: Mormonism in South Africa.” Dialogue, winter: 41–56.

Clayson, Jane. “The Museum and I.” Digest, August: 39–43.

Cloward, Cherie. “Saturdays.” Insight, winter: 14.

Coleman, Gary J. “A Christmas Gift of the Gospel.” In Christmas, 81–82.

Craven, Rulon G. “All Kinds of Christmases.” In Christmas, 113–14.

Dal Porto, Susan Wakefield. “Reflections from a High-Risk Mom.” Exponent, no. 2:7–8.

Day, Larry. “Bientens for Maria Garrat.” Digest, June: 20–22.

Debbie. “Spiritual Override: A Lesbian Is Baptized.” ND, no. 8:3–4, 24.

Dellenbach, Robert K. “Gratitude from Jerusalem.” In Christmas, 111–12.

Densley, Keni. “Sweet Dreams Are Made of These.” Exponent, no. 4:3.

de Rubilar, Lisa Madsen. “Plantains.” WRI, 57–75.

Dixon, Helen E. “An Old Melody Gone Awry.” Women, June: 5–7.

———. “I’m Finally Getting a Grip.” Women, July: 4–6.

———. “The Mary and Martha in All of Us.” Women, April: 4–7.

England, Eugene. “The Joy of Unlimited Salvation.” Sunstone, February: 19.

Fogg, B. J. “The More We Get Together.” Dialogue, winter: 109–19.

Gelter, Donna Harlow. “The Business of Motherhood.” Women, May: 77–79.

Goaslind, Jack H. “Christmas Memories.” In Christmas, 95–98.

Goldberg, Melody LeBaron. “In Our Arms.” Women, June: 63–67.

Gorton, H. Clay. “The Old Oak Tree.” Digest, June: 53–54.

Green, Dean M. “I’m Not the Man I Used to Be.” Digest, February: 35–39.

Hardy, Nedra. “When a Marriage Is Not Celestial.” In Covenant, 50–56.

Harris, John S. “Risk and Terror.” In AML Annual, 2:270–74.

Hawes, Michelle Moench. “Never Assume.” MWF, July: 11.

Hawkins, Claire. “Rummaging in the Attic: Missionary Memos.” In Covenant, 99–105.

Hill, Mary. “My ‘Cancer’ Journal.” Exponent, no. 4:12–13.

Hollis, Al. “The Wilderness.” Digest, February: 56–58.

Holmes, Margie G. “Firstborn.” In Covenant, 155–59.

Izatt, Jerald R. “Lucifer’s Legacy.” Dialogue, winter: 103–7.

Jamison, Rebecca. “Perfect Rhythm.” Women, July: 46–53.

Johns, Linda [pseud]. “My Search for the Mother and Daughter.” Dialogue, summer: 41–53.

Johnston, Jerry. “Picture Postcards of Lehi’s Dream.” Sunstone, February: 18.

Jordan, Sara. “We Are All Single.” Exponent, no. 4:7.

Kendrick, L. Lionel. “The Letters.” In Christmas, 74–76.

Kimball, Linda Hoffman. “Punctuation of the Divine.” In Covenant, 187–94.

Kisor, Henry. Zephyr: Tracking a Dream across America. New York: Random House, 1994. [Brief mention of Mormons]

Kofford, Cree-L. “Remembering.” In Christmas, 119–22.

Koldewyn, Derk. “Somewhere between Love and Agony.” Insight, winter: 1–6.

Lamb-Kwon, Tracie. “The Coyote Hunter.” Dialogue, spring: 229–35.

Lee, Rex E. “The Passing and the Appointment of a Prophet.” BYM, August: 4–5.

Lindsay, Richard P. “The Real Christmas.” In Christmas, 77–78.

Lipscomb, Karen McKinney. “I Am a Cancer Survivor/Hooray! So Far So Good!” Exponent, no. 4:11–12.

Lybbert, Merlin R. “The Most Beautiful Christmas Tree.” In Christmas, 99–100.

Malouf, Patricia. “A Child’s Heart.” Digest, January: 4–12.

McGee, Paula. “Sisters Help Sisters Speak.” Exponent, no. 3:15, 19.

Meloy, Ellen. Raven’s Exile: A Season on the Green River. New York: Henry Holt, 1994. [Utah’s red rock country, Mormon references]

Mery, Deborah. “The Hand.” Digest, May: 49–50.

Munk, Margaret Rampton. “Pillars of My Faith.” Exponent, no. 3:12–14. [Delivered at the Sunstone Symposium, May 1985, Washington, D.C.]

Nadauld, Stephen D. “Merry Christmas, Murphy.” In Christmas, 49–52.

Nelson, Guenevere. “Mama.” Dialogue, summer: 129–36.

Nelson, Marian. “Drinking, and Flirting with the Mormon Church.” In AML Annual, 2:275–81.

Nelson, Russell M. “Christmas Thoughts of Home and of Prague.” In Christmas, 32–35.

Newell, Linda King. “A Time to Speak: Emma Smith, the Church, and Me.” MWF, July: 1, 3–7.

Nibley, Hugh. “Promised Lands.” Digest, February: 4–20. [Reprinted from Clark Memorandum (spring 1993): 2–10.]

Orme, Genet. “The Longest Four Blocks I Have Ever Walked.” BYM, November: 36–41.

Pack, Hilda Kathryn Erickson. “I Must Speak Up.” Dialogue, summer: 157–64.

Papanikolas, Helen. “Ethnicity, Diversity, and Conflict.” Dialogue, winter: 1–12.

Parrott, Alfred. “In His Name.” ND, no. 8:25–26.

Paxman, Sue, and Jenny Atkinson. “Annus Horribilus.” Exponent, no. 3:2.

Paxton, Tryn Elva. “Her Trace.” Women, January: 25–30.

———. “Ringing Up Zero.” WRI, 23–31.

Pearson, Carol Lynn. “The Larger Circle.” Sunstone, December: 15.

Peck, Elbert Eugene. “Pondering Hearts.” Sunstone, June: 9.

———. “Voices from the Dust.” Sunstone, September: 9.

Pinnock, Hugh W. “The Best Christmas Ever.” In Christmas, 56–57.

Pitcher, Kathryn S. “My Cancer Song.” Exponent, no. 4:13–14.

Poll, Richard D. “A Liahona Latter-day Saint.” Sunstone, September: 35–38.

Rawlins, Paul. “Cemetery Day.” Digest, May: 52–57.

Robertson, Don. “We Need More Gay Bishops.” ND, no. 8:7–8, 18.

Robison, Joleen Ashman. “Dancing to My Own Drum.” Exponent, no. 2:16–17, 20.

———. “The Sweetness of Cherry Coke.” Dialogue, summer: 165–67.

Ross, Mary Elizabeth. “The Missing Rib.” Exponent, no. 4:4.

Rutter, Michael. “I Married a Quarterback.” Women, June: 73–75.

Seshachari, Neila C. “Uprooting and Rerooting: An Immigrant’s Escapades in Mormon Utah.” Dialogue, winter: 15–27.

Sexton, Chris. “Easter Has Been Canceled This Year.” Sunstone, September: 19–20.

Smith, Marcus L. “Belonging to a People.” Digest, June: 76–79.

———. “Summer’s Biggest Splash.” Digest, August: 4–6.

Smith, Michael. “Looking for Grandparents: Heroic Lives and Deaths.” Digest, February: 48–54.

Southwick-Cahoon, Stephanie. “A Mother in the Making.” Exponent, no. 2:4–6.

Stark, Helen Candland. “A Personal Report—1976.” Exponent, no. 2:12–14.

———. “Reconciling the Opposites.” Sunstone, February: 64–71.

Stephenson, Vaughn. “Joan and Joseph: La Pucelle and the Prophet.” NP, April: 19–21.

Sweeten, Colen, Jr. “What Makes Mothers Grow Great.” Digest, May: 46–47.

Swenson, Sharon Lee Esplin. “Redeeming Reality: Images of Women’s Lives.” In Covenant, 195–203.

Tai, Kwok Yuen. “A Hong Kong Christmas.” In Christmas, 37–38.

Taylor, Samuel W. “The Temple Excursion.” Sunstone, February: 72–73.

Temple, Myrene. “Facing Our Own Icebergs.” Exponent, no. 3:3.

Tenorio, Horacio A. “Christmas Traditions in Mexico.” In Christmas, 105–8.

Thayne, Emma Lou. “Let Me Count the Why’s.” Exponent, no. 3:6–7.

Thurston, Dawn. “Thoughts on Thanksgiving While Stuffing My Twenty-Sixth Turkey.” Exponent, no. 2:9.

Tingey, Earl C. “Christmas Experiences.” In Christmas, 39–40.

Ulrich, Laurel Thatcher. “Border Crossings.” Dialogue, summer: 1–7.

Van Keizerswaard, Marilyn. “Obsessive Scavenger.” In Covenant, 160–62.

VanWagenen, Belle deJong. “Marionettes and Roses.” Women, June: 76–78.

———. “The Promise.” Women, February: 34–36.

Voros, J. Frederic, Jr. “The First Step Is the Hardest.” Sunstone, February: 16–17.

Washburn, J. Ballard. “The Help of the Lord.” In Christmas, 85–86.

Wilcox, Val C. “Adamu Avenue.” Women, February: 28–31.

Williams, Terry Tempest. An Unspoken Hunger: Stories from the Field. New York: Pantheon Books, 1994. [Mormon references]

Woodbury, Wendy K. “A Lesson about Elbows.” Women, February: 70–71.

Zukin, Nicholas. “Golf Lessons.” Insight, winter: 32.


Abegg, Skyler. “Zion—the New Jerusalem.” Digest, February: 21.

Agrelius, M. “The Church Poem.” Digest, June: 28. [Reprinted from Especially for Anyone, vol. 1. N.p.: Happy Valley, 1980.]

Ana. “A Hard Thing to Say.” Women, February: 73.

Andersen, Steve. “Song for an Empty Time.” NP, December: 39.

Anderson, Colleen. “Water Babies.” Leading Edge, no. 28 (February 1994): 24–25.

Aright, Claris. “Symphonies of Gray.” New Era, February: 51.

Asplund-Campbell, Marni. “For the Girl Who Saw Her Mother Cold.” Dialogue, summer: 9–13.

———. “Sariah.” Dialogue, spring: 106–7.

Baker, Virginia Ellen. “Dying.” Sunstone, February: 32.

———. “God Translucent.” Sunstone, December: 37.

———. “Silence in Ursa Major.” Sunstone, June: 29.

Baldwin, Joel. “Ordination Day.” WRI, 32–33.

Barlow, Heather. “Sunset.” New Era, March: 51.

Bates, Alisa. “Faded Wedding Pictures.” Ensign, August: 45.

Bedore, Laura. “Awakened.” Women, February: 75.

Bell, M. Shayne. “In a Far Land.” Dialogue, fall: 114.

———. “Listening to Mozart’s Requiem while Crossing the San Rafael.” Dialogue, fall: 115–16.

———. “The Time Traveler Comes to Cana.” Dialogue, winter: xi–xii.

Bernhisel, Donna. “Clean.” Dialogue, fall: 195–96.

———. “My Mama’s Hands.” Dialogue, fall: 273–74.

Bezzant, Pat. “A Speck in Time.” Sunstone, February: 78.

Bosse, Joanne. “My Heroes.” New Era, October: 51.

Boyer, Elizabeth H. “The Wind Cries.” Sunstone, February: 63.

Brendan-Brown, Sean. “Why Nothing Beautiful Knows Exactly Why.” Sunstone, February: 39.

———. “Wounded Jesus.” Sunstone, December: 74.

Brooks, Joanna. “Pilgrimage.” Dialogue, fall: x–xii.

Browne, Edna. “A Psalm for Today (after Watching the Evening News).” Women, July: 71.

Bryce, Robert W. “Under the Rim: A Wanderer’s Chant.” Digest, May: 79.

Buckner, Pat Diane. “Snow.” New Era, January: 51.

Bushman-Carlton, Marilyn. “Bathing a Child.” Dialogue, winter: 165.

Cain, Seymour. “Toldot/Generations.” Dialogue, winter: 208.

Candland, Lara. “Enclosure: Pre-Mourning on My Mother’s Death.” Women, August: 57.

Cheney, Donna R. “Catching Light.” Sunstone, September: 64.

Chidester, E. Leon. “Review at Eight.” WRI, 76–83.

Clark, Harlow Söderborg. “To Joseph of Nazareth: Patron Saint of Fathers Dispossessed.” Dialogue, spring: 236–37.

Clark, Marden J. “On X-ing.” Dialogue, fall: 287.

———. “Snows.” Dialogue, winter: 14.

———. “Sonnet: On His Blindness to Autumn.” Dialogue, fall: 319.

Collings, Michael R. “Classical Music.” Digest, June: 22.

———. “Dedication.” Digest, June: 75.

———. “Into Bread.” Sunstone, September: 48.

———. “Islands.” Sunstone, June: 55.

———. “Lines for a Newly Released Bishop.” Digest, February: 55.

———. “Mission Call.” Digest, January: 56.

———. “Monolith: The Teller and the Tale.” Women, July: 73.

———. “Nestling.” Dialogue, summer: 54–55.

———. “Ordination.” Digest, January: 57.

———. “Photographs.” Digest, April: 78.

———. “Seaward.” Women, April: 27.

Cook, Brett A. “Moments.” NP, April: 21.

———. “Seeds of Life.” NP, April: 37.

———. “True Riches.” NP, December: 41.

Croasmun, Martha. “Eyes to See.” NP, April: 48.

———. “In the Season Thereof.” NP, December: 29.

———. “The Law of the Harvest.” NP, December: 29.

Dixon, Thal. “Angels Came to Teach Him.” New Era, December: 51.

Evans, Melinda. “A Cambodian Mother in Houston, Texas.” Women, January: 50.

———. “Viewing the Family from the Observation Deck.” Women, January: 36.

Farmer, Deborah. “An Evening Stroll.” New Era, August: 24.

———. “Grandma’s Butterfly.” New Era, August: 23.

Feezor, Katherine. “A Friend Is Like a Rose.” New Era, August: 22.

———. “Life.” New Era, August: 22.

———. “Life Sculptures.” New Era, August: 25.

Fisher, Joseph. “A Courtship.” Dialogue, fall: 288.

———. “The Violent Woman.” Dialogue, winter: 102.

Fleming, Anne. “Maker.” Women, February: 68.

Forbis, Dianne Dibb. “Fledgling Genealogist.” NP, April: 55.

———. “My Mother Dancing.” NP, April: 49.

Gerald, Elsie F. A.P.E.: All Possible Experiences. Orem, Utah: By the author, 1994.

Gibson, Karen Keith. “Openings.” Digest, January: 69.

Glenn, Sharlee Mullins. “Mimesis Upended: A Reluctant Nod to Mr. Wilde.” BYU Studies, no. 4:78–79.

Gorton, Stephen R. “The Prodigal.” Digest, May: 50.

Hall, Randall L. “Nine Moons.” BYU Studies, no. 4:108.

Hamblin, Laura. “Mormon Conversions.” Dialogue, summer: 71–72.

Hamblin, Pamela. “Brilliance.” BYU Studies, no. 1:73.

Hansen, Amy. “Answered Prayers.” New Era, August: 24.

Hart, Edward L. “Processional.” BYU Studies, no. 1:30–31.

Helps, Louise. “As the Smoke Rises.” Digest, March: 68.

Hickman, Trenton L. “Nursing Jehovah.” BYU Studies, no. 1:41.

Hicks, Michael. “Advent.” BYU Studies, no. 1:42.

Hoagland, Maria Beuchat. “Blind Conceit.” Women, February: 56.

———. “Problems of Supremacy.” Digest, January: 68.

Howard, F. Burton. “Peace on Earth.” In Christmas, 66.

Howard, Sherwin W. “Two Voices at Easter.” Ensign, April: 30–31. [“Mary, Mother of Jesus: Good-Bye at Golgotha”; “Stephen, a Blind Child: Witness to the Resurrection”]

Howe, Susan Elizabeth. “The Blessing.” MWF, July: 12.

———. “The Gathering of Peace.” In Covenant, 95–98.

———. “A Prayer for Iris.” L&B, 52.

Hunsaker, Leland. “Hymn: On the Prospective Temple in Vernal, Utah.” NP, December: 39.

Jenkins, Dorla R. “Maps.” NP, April: 51.

Jensen, Lucile. “Family Ties.” In Covenant, 126.

Jensen, Mark. “Gordon.” Sunstone, June: 20.

———. “Home.” Sunstone, September: 54.

Johnston, Jerry. “Basilica.” Dialogue, winter: 185.

———. “First Snow.” WRI, 96.

Klein, Rosemary A. “Harlequin.” Sunstone, September: 17.

———. “Insomnia: French Knots.” Sunstone, December: 22.

Koldewyn, Derk M. “Cap Meets the Prophet Brigham.” Dialogue, winter: 39.

———. “To the Single Men of the Church.” Dialogue, fall: 316.

Lane, Lea Nielson. “The Lamb’s-Wool Quilt.” Women, June: 21.

Larsen, Lance. “Hobby Horses.” Dialogue, spring: 228.

———. “Naked.” Dialogue, winter: 77–78.

———. “Serving the Papers.” Dialogue, summer: 137.

Lewison, Daniel A. “His Last Garden.” Digest, May: 68.

Lisonbee, Bianca Palmieri. “To the Gate.” In Covenant, 62.

Lord, Michelle Holgate. “Atonement.” New Era, April: 51.

Maynard, Paul. “Calendar.” New Era, August: 27.

———. “Doubt.” New Era, August: 26.

McCaslin, Susan. “A Canticle for Mary and Martha.” L&B, 95–109.

McLean, Lou. “Gold Seekers.” New Era, June: 51.

Messer, Neidy. “Moonlight and Roses.” In Covenant, 106–7.

———. “The Way Back.” In Covenant, 45.

———. “When My Mother Visits.” In Covenant, 204.

Meyer, Casualene. “Alexandria Bay, Bibliophile.” BYU Studies, no. 1:28–29.

———. “Cosmic Dishtowels.” BYU Studies, no. 4:80.

Morley, Todd. “Citadel.” Sunstone, February: 15.

Munger, MaryJan. “Easter Morning.” In Covenant, 253–54.

———. “In the House of Grace.” In Covenant, 261.

———. “Life’s Song.” Women, March: 51.

Munk, Margaret Rampton. “Kinship.” Exponent, no. 2:6.

———. “Mother’s Day.” Exponent, no. 3:14.

“On the Recent Excommunications.” Sunstone, September: 20.

Owen, H. Joan. “I Cannot Kneel.” Women, June: 43.

———. “Viewpoint.” Women, January: 57.

Pace, Brent. “Ireland.” Dialogue, spring: 281–82.

———. “Marcus.” Dialogue, summer: 247.

Papworth, Jim. “Peeling an Orange.” NP, December: 42.

Partridge, Dixie. “The Bodies of Trees.” Sunstone, September: 25.

———. “Detour.” BYU Studies, no. 1:101.

———. “Movements Giving Off Light.” Dialogue, spring: 192–93.

———. “Reprints.” Sunstone, June: 24.

———. “Water Temples.” Sunstone, December: 13.

Paxman, David. “Mummy Pendulum.” Dialogue, spring: 150–51.

Pedersen, Marva Jeanne. “Just Plain Crazy.” Women, June: 43.

———. “More Than a Suitcase.” Women, June: 20–21.

Powley, William. “Potatoes.” Sunstone, February: 71.

Pulido, Elisa. “In a Black Sedan.” In Covenant, 77–78.

———. “My Hat Dance.” In Covenant, 169–70.

Quetchenbach, Bernard. “Mormon Trail.” Petroglyph: A Journal of Creative Natural History 5 (1994): 35.

Reynolds, Tamary. “Grandmother Always Made . . .” Women, May: 76.

Rhodes, Carrie Anne. “Moonrise.” New Era, July: 51.

———. “Star Floats.” Leading Edge, no. 29 (August 1994): 27.

Shaw, Marc. “So Where Is Heaven?” New Era, August: 25.

Shorten, Richard. “A Touch of Sun.” Sunstone, June: 61.

Shunn, D. William. “Salt Crusted on Automotive Glass.” Sunstone, February: 63.

Sillitoe, Linda. “Public Themes and Private Expressions.” MWF, November: 1–6. [Collection of poems]

———. “Purged.” Sunstone, December: 70.

Smith, Cathleen. “Patchwork Heart.” Women, June: 34.

Smith, Le Grande W. “Sonnet.” Digest, January: 68.

Smith, Marcus L. “The Fish Sermon.” Digest, April: 52–55.

———. “Sane Sound.” Women, February: 75.

Smith, Michael S. “Creased Words.” Digest, March: 69.

Smith, Robert L. “The Anthol Street Organ.” NP, April: 18.

Stone, Diane S. “Windowpanes.” Women, May: 76.

Swensen, Paul. “Transcendental.” WRI, 54–56.

Talley, Douglas L. “The Former Rain.” Ensign, August: 45.

Tanner, Anita. “Early Winter.” Dialogue, fall: 232.

———. “Going Dark.” Dialogue, summer: 184.

———. “His Sermon.” Dialogue, summer: 103–4.

Thayne, Emma Lou. “‘A Rose Is a Rose . . . ?’ or ‘Remember Me?’” In Covenant, 211.

———. “A Valentine for Mel.” In Covenant, 186.

Thompson, Diane. “Convert.” New Era, May: 51.

Thompson, Robert M. “Children’s Summer Field.” New Era, August: 27.

———. “One Tree.” New Era, August: 20.

———. “Rain.” New Era, August: 20.

———. “The Return.” New Era, August: 21.

———. “To a Good Friend.” New Era, August: 22.

VanWagenen, Belle deJong. “I Could Scream.” Digest, February: 41.

Walch, Karen. “The Beast and Beauty.” Leading Edge, no. 28 (February 1994): 70.

Warner, Colette. “SeeSaw.” Digest, May: 78.

Weber, Kathleen. “About Heaven.” Sunstone, September: 38.

Welker, Holly. “Beautiful Naked Women.” Dialogue, summer: 168.

———. “The Invisible Woman.” Dialogue, summer: 218.

White, Philip. “1844.” Dialogue, winter: 28.

———. “Intensive Care.” Sunstone, September: 34.

———. “Storytime.” Dialogue, fall: 248.

Wilcox, Val C. “Earie Conversation.” Women, January: 77.

———. “Hard Words.” Ensign, August: 45.

———. “Monster in My Bedroom.” Women, January: 49.

Williams, Thais. “Dichotomy.” Women, August: 71.

———. “June In . . .” Women, March: 51.

———. “Navajo Lady.” Women, July: 72.

———. “Sorceress.” Women, March: 50.

Wolverton, Dave. “Man of Corn.” Sunstone, December: 43.

Yambra, Marlena Tanya. “For Ciera: 5/26/81–2/17/83.” Women, August: 56.

Zydek, Fredrick. “Things Hoped for—Things Unseen.” L&B, 30.

Short Stories

Altizer, Mary K. “Reflections in a Minor Key.” Women, February: 57–61.

Andrus, Rae. “Not Getting Pregnant.” Sunstone, February: 40–44.

Austin, Daniel A. “Nei Wei.” Dialogue, winter: 167–73.

Baker, Virginia. “Dierdra, Alive and Dead.” Tomorrow 2 (June 1994): 46–55.

Barber, Phyllis. “Dust to Dust: A Mormon Folktale.” Dialogue, winter: 175–84.

———. “Prophet by the Sea.” Dialogue, fall: 299–302.

Bell, M. Shayne. “Mrs. Lincoln’s China.” Asimov’s Science Fiction 18 (July 1994): 68–78.

———. “Naked Asylum.” Tomorrow 2 (June 1994): 14–16.

Berry, Justin. “Staying Afloat.” New Era, August: 36–39.

Bessey, Sian Owen. “In Her Eyes.” New Era, July: 40–44.

Black, Dianna. “Rebecca’s Song.” Women, April: 24–27.

Blaine, Larene Rowley. “Nightwatch.” Sunstone, December: 38–43.

Blanda, Carl. “The Journey.” Digest, January: 44–48.

Brereton, Lisa Gosper. “A Name and a Blessing.” Women, July: 17–20.

Brown, Marilyn. “The House Away from Home.” WRI, 84–95. [Excerpt from “Road to Covered Bridge.” Copy in Special Collections, Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.]

Browne, Edna Smith. “Law of Averages.” Women, August: 25–29.

———. “The Needle’s Point.” Women, March: 22–35.

Card, Orson Scott. “Atlantis.” In Grails: Quests of the Dawn, ed. Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg, and Edward E. Kramer, 185–255. New York: Penguin Books, 1994.

———. “Worthy to Be One of Us.” In Turning, 264–95.

Clyde, Mary. “Faith, Hope, and Charity.” Dialogue, summer: 227–34.

Cole, Holly Green. “Sick.” Women, February: 65–67. [Reprinted from Inscape, no. 1 (1990): 45–49.]

Cracroft, Richard H. “That My Soul Might See.” In Turning, 168–81.

Crowe, Chris. “No Pain, No Gain.” New Era, September: 44–49.

Dalton-Woodbury, Kathleen. “More than Marks on Paper.” In Turning, 132–46.

Davis, Charles E. “Ferger Brown.” New Era, March: 40–44.

———. “Foreign Exchange.” New Era, November: 44–48.

———. “Time to Fly.” New Era, April: 40–44.

Dollahite, David. “Possum Funeral.” In Turning, 5–35.

Edwards, Jaroldeen. “Me and the Big Apple.” In Turning, 91–105.

Fagg, Ellen, ed. The Way We Live: Stories by Utah Women. Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1994.

Gostick, Adrian. “Impressing Janette.” New Era, January: 38–43.

Griffith, James L. “Blue Birds in a Christmas Tree.” NP, December: 40–41.

Gundry, Linda Ririe. “Just Call Me Susie.” New Era, June: 44–47.

Hall, Randall L. “Father, Forgive Us.” In Turning, 61–67.

Hammond, F. Melvin. “The Boy Who Sang.” In Christmas, 87–89.

Harker, Herbert. “Flower Girl.” In Turning, 147–59.

Helps, Louise. “Aunt Myrtle’s Hot-Fudge-Sundae Clean-Your-Plate Overweight Cure.” Women, March: 71–74.

———. “Miss Melinda’s Anniversary.” Women, June: 36–41.

———. “Number Twenty-Seven.” Digest, July: 66–69.

Jarvis, Sharon Downing. “Sandwich Filling.” In Turning, 214–35.

Jordan, James Gladu. “Storm Jumper.” In L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, ed. Dave Wolverton, 204–68. Vol. 10. Los Angeles: Bridge Publications, 1994.

Keeffer, Jo Anne. “Papered Ceilings.” Digest, May: 26–32.

Kroupa, Susan J. “The Healer.” In L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, ed. Dave Wolverton, 311–44. Vol. 10. Los Angeles: Bridge Publications, 1994.

Kuta, Kimberly. “Spirit Stick.” Digest, June: 36–51.

Lee, Robert England. “The Door on Wickham Street.” In Turning, 249–63.

Liebenthal, Jean. “The Color-Blind Bull.” In Turning, 85–90.

Lofgran, D[iana]. E. “Achilo.” In L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, ed. Dave Wolverton, 103–64. Vol. 10. Los Angeles: Bridge Publications, 1994.

Mangum, Diane L. “Growing Room.” Digest, February: 22–24.

Marler, Myrna. “Leaving the Farm.” WRI, 35–53.

Montierth, Jacqueline D. “Ya Gotta Card, Elder?” Digest, August: 73–75.

Moon, Harold K. “The Ice Castle: A Short Story.” Digest, June: 58–64.

———. “Revenge.” Digest, April: 56–65.

Morgan, Grant Avery. “Wings.” Leading Edge, no. 29 (August 1994): 49–60.

Morris, Carroll. “Birthday Gift.” In Turning, 68–84.

Nichols, Julie J. “Pigs When They Straddle the Air (Original Writing).” Ph.D. diss., University of Utah, 1994. [Mormon references]

Nicita, Carolyn. “Mechanical Assistance.” Tomorrow 2 (June 1994): 2–12.

O’Sullivan, Cara. “Return to Coole.” Tomorrow 2 (August 1994): 71–80.

Parkin, Scott R. “Die Mauer.” BYU Studies, no. 1:43–51.

Petersen, Zina. “Now Let’s Dance.” In Turning, 236–48.

Plante, Chris. “Fruits of the Earth.” Digest, July: 60–65.

Randle, Kristen D. “Tim.” In Turning, 36–60.

Richardson, Boyd C. “Peace, Be Still.” Digest, July: 50–54.

Schneider, Crystal. “Make Room for Me, Mate!” New Era, October: 34–37.

Shunn, D. William. “Two Paths in the Forest Poulemonde.” Science Fiction Age 2 (January 1994): 40–45.

Siddoway, Richard M. “Dad and the Studebaker.” In Turning, 207–13.

Smith, Janice Leilani. “Katey, Where Are Your Shoes?” Women, February: 72–73.

Snow, Debbie. “Watermelon Hearts: A Pine Valley Memoir.” Women, January: 55–57.

Snow, Edgar C., Jr. “Evening Prayers.” Digest, August: 49–55.

Stay, Douglas. “Small Parts.” Leading Edge, no. 29 (August 1994): 91–99.

Strange, Susan Dean. “Still Dancing.” In Turning, 200–6.

Thorne, James M. “Please Don’t Kick the Piano.” BYU Studies, no. 4:73–77.

Van Wagoner, Robert Hodgson. “Strong Like Water.” Dialogue, spring: 253–72.

Weyland, Jack. “Filling the Manger.” New Era, December: 40–44.

———. “Your Own People.” In Turning, 182–99.

Wood, Angela. “Snake Man.” Sunstone, September: 49–54.

Woodbury, Eugene E. “Balanced Equation.” New Era, May: 40–44.

———. “Sister Cavanaugh (but Not on Purpose).” Digest, May: 71–78.

Wolverton, Dave. “Wheatfields Beyond.” Tomorrow 2 (June 1994): 32–45.

Worthen, Lyn. “A Domestic Wine and Casoulett.” Tomorrow 2 (August 1994): 2–6.

Wright, James L., Jr. “Royal Cab: A Short Story.” Digest, March: 43–48.

Yates, Alma J. “The Different One.” New Era, February: 38–44.

Young, Jerry M. “Mallwalker.” In Turning, 106–31.

Young, Margaret Blair. “Hanauma Bay.” In Turning, 160–67.


Cannon, Ann Edwards. “Have Glue Gun, Will Travel.” This People, fall: 17–18. [Humor]

Dastrup, Linda. Young Women Handouts and Object Lessons for Manual 2. [Utah]: Creative Changes, 1994. [Activities]

Everett, Rick. Zion’s Camp. Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1994. [Humorously captioned photographs from the fifties]

Graham, Pat, and others. A Children’s Songbook Companion. Murray, Utah: Aspen Books, 1994. [Sharing time activities]

Harding, Becky Badger. “Catch the Robber.” This People, spring: 91–92. [Folklore]

Kim, H. S. “Vignettes: With the Eyes of a Child.” Women, June: 23–26.

Latter-day Saint Temples: Educational Coloring Book. Orem, Utah: Grandin Book, [1994].

Luke, Susan. Awesome Family Nights: Games, Activities, Handy Hints, Easy-To-Follow Lessons, Fun-To-Make Visual Aids. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994.

Lund, Gerald N. “Some Clippings from a Writer’s Notebook.” Digest, March: 26–31.

McPeck, Amanda B. “We Were Always Singing: Folksongs of LDS Sister Missionaries.” Honors project, Brigham Young University, 1994.

Nelson, Christena C., and Shauna Mooney Kawasaki. Sharing the Articles of Faith: Child-Centered Gospel Activities. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

Presidents of the Church: Educational Coloring Book. Orem, Utah: Grandin Book, [1994].

Rutter, Michael. “Shari Fell off the Chocolate Bandwagon (and the Truth Is It’s My Fault).” Digest, July: 57–59. [Humor]

Smith, Marcus L. “Death by Indignation.” Digest, February: 71–74. [Humor]

Voros, J. Frederic, Jr. “GoodWorks, Inc.” Sunstone, June: 56–57. [Humor]

Walton, Rick, and Howard Fullmer. Riddle-day Saints: More Than 100 Riddles for Young Latter-day Saints. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994. [Humor]


Published bibliographies about Mormons and Mormonism.


Alder, Douglas D. “Writing Southern Utah History: An Appraisal and a Bibliography.” JMH, fall: 156–78.

Copley, Ellen M. “Mormon Bibliography 1993.” BYU Studies, no. 1:135–98.

Green, Arnold H. “Jews in LDS Thought.BYU Studies, no. 4:137–64.

Laughlin, David L. “It Began with a Book: A Didactically Annotated Bibliography on Mormonism.” Journal of Religious and Theological Information 2, no. 1 (1994): 45–94.

Waterman, Bryan. “A Guide to the Mormon Universe: Mormon Organizations and Periodicals.” Sunstone, December: 44–65.

“‘We Rejoice in Christ’: A Bibliography of LDS Writings on Jesus Christ and the New Testament.” BYU Studies 34, no. 3. [Entire issue]

Whittaker, David J. Mormon Americana: A Bibliographical Guide to Printed Material in the British Library Relating to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. N.p.: The Eccles Centre for American Studies, 1994.


Published autobiographical and biographical books and sketches about Mormons. If your family’s biographical sketches and books are not listed herein, please feel free to donate a copy to the Special Collections and Manuscripts Department, Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah 84602-6835.


Adams, Kellene Ricks. “The Incomparable Maude Adams: Somewhere in Time.” Pioneer 41 (January/February 1994): 17–19.

Alexander, Thomas G. “Richard Douglas Poll: Advocate for Mormon Intellectuals.” Sunstone, September: 10–11.

Allen, James B. “The Story of The Truth, The Way, The Life.” In Truth, clix–cxcviii.

Anderegg, Henry E. “Peter Anderegg.” Snake River Echoes 23 (November 1994): 38–39.

Arrington, Leonard J. “H. L. A. Culmer: Utah’s Renaissance Man.” Pioneer 41 (January/February 1994): 23.

———. “Talking Things Over: The Wit and Whimsy of Brigham Young.” Pioneer 41 (September/October 1994): 20–23.

———. “To Zion: Brother Brigham’s Last Pioneer Trek.” Pioneer 41 (July/August 1994): 8–11.

Ashby, Alta Rigby, and Fonda Rigby Pulley Wilhelmsen, comps. From Lancashire to Utah: The Histories of John Rigby and Grace Liptrot Rigby and William Liptrot and Elizabeth Hesketh Liptrot. 2d ed. Lehi, Utah: By the authors, 1994.

Ashton, Katherine. “Whatever Happened to Maurine Whipple?” In AML Annual, 1:114–19.

Ashton, Wendell J. “At 14 She Became a Mother of Five.” Pioneer 41 (March/April 1994): 24. [Ellen Spencer Clawson]

———. “Defender of Zion: Pioneer Benefactor Thomas L. Kane.” Pioneer 41 (September/October 1994): 4–7, 30.

———. “George W. Romney: A Study in Determination.” Pioneer 41 (May/June 1994): 20–24.

———. “Joe Cannon: Sterling Man of Steel.” Pioneer 41 (July/August 1994): 20–23.

———. “A Voice of Learning: Barbara Bradshaw Smith’s Legacy of Leadership.” Pioneer 41 (November/December 1994): 24–28.

Bagley, Will. “Lansford Warren Hastings: Scoundrel or Visionary?” Overland Journal 12, no. 1 (1994): 12–26.

Bair, Elise. “Rosalie Rebollo Pratt: When You Find Yourself Redirected.” Women, May: 43–52.

Barton, Peggy Petersen. “The Making of an Apostle.” MHM, December: 28–33. [Mark E. Petersen]

Barton, Peggy Petersen, and Drew Barton Quinn. “The Great Sacrifice: Sarah McDonald.” MHM, September/October: 10–13.

Bate, Kerry William. “John Steele: Medicine Man, Magician, Mormon Patriarch.” UHQ, winter: 71–90.

Bean, James A. Teancum: George Teancum Bean: Lawyer in the Old West. Los Gatos, Calif.: Jim Bean Associates, 1994.

Bell, James P. “An Apostolic Call.” BYM, August: 22–25. [Jeffrey R. Holland]

Benson, Lee. “Consistency Counts.” BYM, November: 47–51. [LaVell Edwards]

Benson, Steve. “Ezra Taft Benson: A Grandson’s Remembrance.” Sunstone, December: 29–37.

Berman, Phyllis. “$5 Billion and 50 Grandchildren.” Forbes, July 18, 1994, 128–30. [Jon Huntsman]

Berman, Phyllis, and Alexandra Alger. “A One-Man Show.” Forbes, February 14, 1994, 68–79. [Robert Earl Holding]

“Betsey Jane Tenney Loose.” Nauvoo, fall: 10–13.

Biele, Katharine. “Duking It Out in District 1: For Congressional Candidate Bobbie Coray, It’s Payback Time.” Network: A Monthly Publication for Progressive Utah Women 17 (October 1994): 22–24.

Bigler, David L. “Garland Hurt, the American Friend of the Utahs.” UHQ, spring: 149–70.

Bishop, M. Guy. “‘The Captain Has Seen Utah without Goggles’: The Mormons and Richard Burton.” In In Search of Sir Richard Burton: Papers from a Huntington Library Symposium, ed. Alan H. Jutzi, 61–70. San Marino, Calif.: Huntington Library, 1993.

———. “Stephen Post: From Believer to Dissenter to Heretic.” In Differing, 180–95.

Boren, Karen. “Kate B. Carter: True to Her Pioneering Roots.” Pioneer 41 (March/April 1994): 26–27.

———. “Mother Young: Simple, Faithful Mary Ann Angell.” Pioneer 41 (July/August 1994): 12–15.

Boroughs, Don L. “Magnifying Profits: Companies in the Roaring Rocky Mountain Region Work to Keep Costs Down.” U.S. News and World Report, June 6, 1994, 54–59. [Brigham Young in 1847]

Bradley, Martha Sonntag. “Joseph W. Musser: Dissenter or Fearless Crusader for Truth?” In Differing, 262–78.

Bradley, Martha Sonntag, and Mary Brown Firmage Woodward. “Plurality, Patriarchy, and the Priestess: Zina D. H. Young’s Nauvoo Marriages.” JMH, spring: 84–118.

Briggs, Kay W., comp. Brother Joseph: Stories and Lessons from the Life of the Prophet. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1994.

Bringhurst, Newell G. “Fawn McKay Brodie: Dissident Historian and Quintessential Critic of Mormondom.” In Differing, 279–300.

———. “Juanita Brooks and Fawn Brodie—Sisters in Mormon Dissent.” Dialogue, summer: 105–27.

Burg, Brad. “How These Doctors Lost $50 Million.” Medical Economics 71 (September 12, 1994): 24–30. [C. Dean Larsen]

Burkhalter, Mary B. Smith. “Abraham Park Smith and Lucinda Deborah Clifford: ‘Their Life Together.’” Snake River Echoes 23 (November 1994): 26–32.

Campbell, Carolyn. “Dr. Cannon, I Presume?” Salt Lake City Magazine 5 (July/August 1994): 33–35. [Martha Hughes Cannon]

Carmack, Noel A. “The Seven Ages of Thomas Lyne: A Tragedian among the Mormons.” JWHAJ, 53–72.

Carson, Cheryl. “Bonnie Card: Up from Camelot.” Women, June: 45–56.

———. “Mary Ellen Edmunds: To Be Like a Child.” Women, August: 31–44.

“Celebrating Joseph: A Conversation with Kenneth Cope.” This People, summer: 35–38.

Christiansen, Von Joseph, comp. John O. Christiansen: An Autobiography. Rev. ed. Provo, Utah: Christensen Family Publications, 1994.

Cook, Lyndon W. “David Whitmer: Faithful Dissenter.” This People, fall: 10–15.

———. William Law: Biographical Essay, Nauvoo Diary, Correspondence, Interview. Orem, Utah: Grandin Book, 1994.

Cottam, Naomi M., comp. “Don Carlos Driggs—a Native Pioneer.” CC, 45–88. [May Jerusha Robison Driggs, Don Carlos Driggs]

———. “Private Journal of William Hyde.” CC, 185–232.

Crookston, Douglas O., ed. Henry Ballard: The Story of a Courageous Pioneer, 1832–1903. N.p.: By the author, 1994.

Daines, Newel G. “Helping Missionaries in Hispaniola.” JCA, fall: 12–15.

Dixon, Barbara Hart. “Mayda Stewart Low: Quietly Changing the World.” Women, April: 53–62.

“Don’t Call Me Indiana.” This People, spring: 66–68. [F. Richard Hauck]

Edwards, Catherine, comp. “Colonial Lives: Four Women’s Stories of the Mexican Colonies.” Women, January: 61–77. [Lorna Call Alder, Catherine Eyring Edwards, Geraldine Johnson Rosquist, Isabelle Deuthy Kellet Johnson Wayman]

Edwards, Paul M. “William B. Smith: ‘A Wart on the Ecclesiastical Tree.’” In Differing, 140–57.

Eldridge, Erin. Born That Way? A True Story of Overcoming Same-Sex Attraction with Insights for Friends, Families, and Leaders. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

Ellsworth, Vivian Harmer. “Ethelyn Hughes Peterson: Discovering Life’s Harmonies.” Women, March: 39–49.

Embry, Jessie L. “Maurine Whipple: The Quiet Dissenter.” In Differing, 301–18.

Eyring, Ted. “Henry Eyring: The Inclusive Scientist.” James E. Talmage Society 2 (fall 1994): 2–3.

Fagg, Ellen. “Orrin Hatch Makes Nice: The Pin-Striped Politics of Utah’s Starring Senator.” Salt Lake City Magazine 5 (May/June 1994): 72–80, 99, 102.

Faux, Jocelyn Hart. Our Mayflower Ancestors and Their Descendants: 10 Generations from Howland—Tilley to Henderson—Howell. Fresno, Calif.: Linrose, 1994.

“Featured Scientist: James H. Matis.” James E. Talmage Society 1 (winter 1993): 1–2.

“Featured Scientist: James W. Cannon.” James E. Talmage Society 1 (fall 1993): 2–3.

“Featured Scientist: Jerald S. Bradshaw.” James E. Talmage Society 1 (fall 1993): 2.

Feldman, Amy. “We’ll Make You Scary.” Forbes, February 14, 1994, 96. [Hyrum W. Smith]

Flack, Dora D. “Florence Hansen: Shaping Lives through Clay.” Women, July: 9–16.

Fleek, Sherman L. “Historian of Dixie: The Loves of Juanita Brooks: Family, Church, and History.” MHM, March/April: 28–31.

———. “Thomas L. Kane: Friend of the Saints.” MHM, May/June: 36–40, 42.

Foster, Craig L. “From Temple Mormon to Anti-Mormon: The Ambivalent Odyssey of Increase Van Dusen.” Dialogue, fall: 275–86.

Foster, Lawrence. “Apostate Believers: Jerald and Sandra Tanner’s Encounter with Mormon History.” In Differing, 343–65.

Franson, J. Karl, ed. The Mission Journal of Elef J. Franson: 1909–1910, Northern States Mission, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Farmington, Maine: By the author, 1994.

Gaff, Alan, and Maureen Gaff, eds. Adventures on the Western Frontier: Major General John Gibbon. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1994. [Brief mention of Mormons]

“Gary L. Price: Lifting the Human Spirit.” This People, fall: 40–42.

Gerald, Elsie F. Happy to Rheanna. Orem, Utah: By the author, 1994.

Gifford, Ruth Smith. History of William Charles Smith, Jr., and Clara Sloan Smith and Family. Provo, Utah: Stevenson’s Genealogy Center, 1994.

Gilmore, Mikal. Shot in the Heart. New York: Doubleday, 1994. [Gary Gilmore]

Gilmore, Thaya Eggleston. “Susan Arrington Madsen: Sharing Our Past.” Women, July: 27–36.

Glick, Daniel. “A Woman for Lear’s: Marilynn Gibbs-French of Evanston, Wyoming.” Lear’s 6 (January 1994): 80–83.

Godfrey, Donald G., and B. Y. Card. “Canada’s ‘Brigham Young’: Charles Ora Card’s Legacy of Faith.” Pioneer 41 (March/April 1994): 20–23.

Godfrey, Kenneth W. “Frank J. Cannon: Declension in the Mormon Kingdom.” In Differing, 241–61.

Goepfert, Stephanie. “Jackie Iglehart: Offering Solutions to Life’s Challenges.” Women, January: 39–49.

Golding, Robyn. “Scottish Mother of Israel.” MHM, March/April: 8–11. [Mary Bell (Ross) Muir]

Goodro, Sean, and Konei Goodro, eds. The Missionary Journal of Daniel Hanmer Snarr: And His Experiences in Colonia Morelos, Sonora, Mexico. N.p., 1994.

Grimshaw, Velma Merrell, and Marie Stevens Facer, eds. The Charles William Merrell Family. Provo, Utah: Community Press, 1994.

Hall, David. “Anxiously Engaged: Amy Brown Lyman and Relief Society Charity Work, 1917–45.” Dialogue, summer: 73–91.

Hardy, Richard W. “Missionary Doctor.” JCA, fall: 16–21.

Hartley, William G. “Albert K. Thurber: Gold-Mining Missionary in California.” MHM, December: 8–11.

———. “Samuel D. Chambers.” MHM, May/June: 6–7, 14–15.

Hatch, Gary. “The Truth, The Way, The Life: The Capstone to B. H. Roberts’ Doctrinal Works.” BYM, November: 22–29.

Hatch, Vicky Ann. “Harold Hopkinson: A Life of Many Colors.” Digest, May: 36–44.

———. “Ruth Hale: Lilacs in the Rain.” Women, January: 9–23.

Heywood, Margaret Taylor. Two Loaves: An Autobiography. Salt Lake City: By the author, 1994.

Hicken, Paula Watts. “A Wayfaring Like Me: Karen Margarethe Christensen Richards Hardy.” Women, April: 29–34.

Hintze, Lehi F., comp. Photograph Album of Lehi Willard Jones 1854–1947, His Wife Martha Henrietta Lunt Jones 1858–1932, and Their Family. Provo, Utah: By the author, 1994.

Holladay, Valerie. “Traveling the Backroads: An Interview with Mormon Writer George Durrant.” Digest, June: 4–16.

Holzapfel, Richard Neitzel. “The Flight of the Doves from Utah Mormonism to California Morrisitism: The Saga of James and George Dove.” In Differing, 196–219.

———. “Nauvoo Remembered: Helen Mar Whitney Reminiscences.” Nauvoo, fall: 3–9.

Horman, Hermine B. African Dragons. Salt Lake City: Hawkes Publishing, 1994.

Howard, Richard P. “William E. McLellin: ‘Mormonism’s Stormy Petrel.’” In Differing, 76–101.

Hughes, Evelyn Hawkins. Thomas Sunderland Hawkins: Biography of a Mormon Pioneer. Provo, Utah: Thomas Sunderland Hawkins Family Organization, 1994.

Hunter, Louine Berry, comp. and ed. The Jesse Woods Berry Family: Jesse Woods Berry, Armelia Shanks, and Their Eleven Children: The Earliest Berrys to Join the Church. Ojai, Calif.: By the author, 1994.

Hyde, Myrtle Stevens, and Dean Crawford Smith. “Mormon Angells.” New England Historical and Genealogical Register 147 (July 1993): 211–33.

Jarvik, Elaine. “Murder, He Wrote: The Character of Rod Decker.” Salt Lake City Magazine 5 (July/August 1994): 62–64.

Jayroe, Walt. “Drawing the Line on Religion.” Editor and Publisher, the Fourth Estate 127 (April 23, 1994): 20–21, 124. [Cartoonist Steve Benson]

Jenkins, Carri P. “Barbara Day Lockhart: Professor of Physical Education.” BYM, February: 19–21.

———. “Bravo! Bravo!” BYM, August: 40–43, 56–57. [Ariel Bybee]

———. “Bruce L. Christensen: Dean, College of Fine Arts and Communications.” BYM, May: 19–21.

“Johnny Whitaker: The Tragic Death of His TV Twin Helped Him Take Stock of His Life.” People Weekly 42 (November 28, 1994): 74.

Jorgensen, Danny L. “The Old Fox: Alpheus Cutler.” In Differing, 158–79.

“Kay Whitmore’s New Sense of Mission.” Business Week, September 26, 1994, 8.

Kelly, Ralph Sanford, and Eleanor Kelly Anderson, comps. Susan Groesbeck Kelly: A Noble Heritage. N.p.: By the author, 1994.

Kemper, Steve. “He ‘Wrestles’ Wild Plants until They Release His Dreams.” Smithsonian 25 (August 1994): 82–91. [Ronald Parker]

Kimball, Stanley B. “Heber C. Kimball’s Domestic Life Reconsidered: An Essay, Sort Of.” Sunstone, June: 10–13.

King, Carole Call. A Good, Long Life: The Autobiography of Anson Bowen Call, Jr., 1900–1993, As Told to His Daughter, Carole Call King. N.p.: Anson B. Call Jr., 1994.

Knight, Greg R., ed. Thomas Bullock Nauvoo Journal. Orem, Utah: Grandin Book, 1994.

Knowles, Eleanor. Howard W. Hunter. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

Koenig, Richele. “Dana Thornock Rasmussen: The Abundant Life.” Women, April: 37–46.

Koselka, Rita. “Marriott, Meet Marriott.” Forbes, March 13, 1995, 48–50. [Bill Marriott]

Kowallis, Bart J. “Feature Article: James E. Talmage.” James E. Talmage Society 1 (winter 1993): 2–4.

Lambert, Pam, and Ellin Stein. “Blood Memory: Writer Anne Perry Once Took Part in a Murder.” People 42 (September 26, 1994): 57–60. [Perry joined the Church later]

Lange, Steven W. “Francis Milner Besse Stevenson: Lifelines and Laugh Lines.” Women, April: 9–20.

Larsen, Wesley P. “Lorine Higbee and an Indian Named Picket.” Pioneer 41 (July/August 1994): 31.

LeBaron, E. Dale. “Benjamin Franklin Johnson: Friend of the Prophet.” MHM, May/June: 16–23, 46.

———. “Priscilla Sampson-Davis: An Instrument in His Hands.” Women, June: 13–20.

Levie, Dewey J., and Paul D. Levie, comps. Frederick John Levi and His Family (1800–1864). Prescott, Ariz.: Frederick John Levi Family Organization Trust, 1994.

Liljenquist, Ruth. “Jack: The Weyland Way of Storytelling.” Digest, February: 28–34.

Lubove, Seth. “Steelmen in Wing Tips.” Forbes, July 4, 1994, 120–21. [Joe Cannon]

Lyman, Melvin A. Lydia: Partridge Family Saga. Roswell, Ga.: Old Rugged Cross, 1993.

Madsen, Carol Cornwall. In Their Own Words: Women and the Story of Nauvoo. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

Madsen, Kenneth W. The Jorgen Madsen Family 1994. N.p.: By the author, 1994.

Madsen, Susan Arrington. I Walked to Zion: True Stories of Young Pioneers on the Mormon Trail. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

Martin, Jane Chapman. “Chieko Okazaki: Building Bridges.” Salt Lake City Magazine 5 (July/August 1994): 86–87.

———. “Rodney Brady.” Salt Lake City Magazine 5 (January/February 1994): 44–46.

Martins, Helvécio. The Autobiography of Elder Helvécio Martins. Trans. Mark Grover. Salt Lake City: Aspen Books, 1994.

McCormick, John S., and John R. Sillito. “Henry W. Lawrence: A Life in Dissent.” In Differing, 220–40.

McMurrin, Sterling M. “Obert C. Tanner: Symbol of Freedom.” Sunstone, February: 13–15.

Mencimer, Stephanie. “Hellraiser: A Fierce Responsibility.” Mother Jones 19 (March/April 1994): 17. [Terry Tempest Williams]

Metcalf, Jeff. “Death in the Family: An Explosive Story of Divorce and Murder.” Salt Lake City Magazine 5 (May/June 1994): 66–70. [Rietje and John White family]

Miller, Rita Skousen. Sweet Journey: Biography of Nephi E. Miller, Father of Migratory Beekeeping. Colton, Calif.: Miller Family Trust, 1994.

Mock, Carolyn Pratt. The History of Benjamin Marden Pratt and Lilly Cecelia Shirk. Provo, Utah: Stevenson’s Genealogy Center, 1994.

Monsen, Christine Tuttle, and Stan Zenk. Guide Me to Eternity. Salt Lake City: Aspen Books, 1994.

Monson, Thomas S. Inspiring Experiences That Build Faith: From the Life and Ministry of Thomas S. Monson. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

Moss, Carolyn J. “Kate Field: The Story of a Once-Famous St. Louisan.” Missouri Historical Review 88 (January 1994): 157–75.

Murray, Gerald Robert. My Murrays, My Fairs. 2 vols. Roosevelt, Utah: By the author, 1994.

Muson, Howard. “Dynasty.” Town and Country Monthly 148 (June 1994): 114–17, 136–37. [Jon and Karen Huntsman]

Neser, Amy Christina. “Seeing the Extraordinary.” Digest, April: 44–48. [Nathan Nicholas Neser]

Nessen, James E., comp. Nephi Nessen: Ancestors and Descendants. Howell, Utah: James E. Nessen Family, 1994.

Newell, Linda King, and Valeen Tippetts Avery. Mormon Enigma: Emma Hale Smith. 2d ed. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1994.

Nixon, Loretta D., and L. Douglas Smoot. Abraham Owen Smoot: A Testament of His Life. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Press, 1994.

Ogden, Annegret. “Born in Timbuctoo: The Voice of Eveline Brooks Auerbach, Part I.” Californians 11, no. 1 (1993): 6–7, 38–45.

———. “Mormons, Gentiles, and Jews: The Voice of Eveline Brooks Auerbach, Part II.” Californians 11, no. 2 (1993): 6–7, 38–43.

Oldroyd, Julia Ann. “‘A Mighty Woman in Zion’: The Roles of Mary Jane Dilworth Hammond as an LDS Missionary Wife in Nineteenth-Century Hawaii.” Thetean: A Student Journal of History 23 (winter 1994): 29–44.

Pace, David. “Coming Home with Wendy Hammond: A Utah Native Works Out Her Own Salvation through Theater.” Network: A Monthly Publication for Progressive Utah Women 17 (June 1994): 18–19.

Pace, Joseph L., and Pauline Clyde Pace. “3 Calls.” JCA, fall: 22–25. [Church medical missions]

Palmer, Arvin, comp. and ed. An Arizona Palmer Family History: Selected Sketches of Arthur Palmer and Evaline Augusta Gibbons Palmer and Their Ancestors. Taylor, Ariz.: Palmer Publications, 1994.

Parkinson, Benson Young. S. Dilworth Young: General Authority, Scouter, Poet. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994.

Parrish, Alan K. “John A. Widtsoe: Faculty Model and Informal Architect of BYU.” In Foundations, 55–74.

Paxman, Shirley B. “Helen Candland Stark: Writer, Activist, Mentor.” Sunstone, September: 12–13.

Perry, John Derek. “Janice Kapp Perry: From Scoreboard to Keyboard.” Women, May: 11–27.

Poll, Richard D. “Obert Clark Tanner, 1904–1993: In Memoriam.” MHAN 91 (winter 1994): 1–2.

Pottmyer, Alice Allred. “Sonia Johnson: Mormonism’s Feminist Heretic.” In Differing, 366–89.

Price, Richard W., comp. and ed. A Joyful Posterity: The Howard J. Marsh Family Story. Bountiful, Utah: Family History Publishers, 1994.

Proctor, Maurine Jensen, and Jerry Johnston. “Mali Mormon: Modibo Diarra.” This People, summer: 22–27.

Rhodes, Wanda Egan. “Inis Egan Hunter: Garvanza Girl, Prophet’s Wife.” Women, August: 9–19.

Ricketts, Norma B. “Melissa Coray: Woman Mormon Battalion Veteran.” MHM, July/August: 8–16.

———. Melissa’s Journey with the Mormon Battalion: The Western Odyssey of Melissa Burton Coray, 1846–1848. Salt Lake City: International Society, Daughters [of] Utah Pioneers, 1994.

Rieland, Randy. “Perfect Love.” Washingtonian 29 (August 1994): 74–77, 109–115. [“Cathy Staton was four months pregnant when she learned she had cancer. She had one goal: save the baby.”]

Robertson, Frank C. A Ram in the Thicket: The Story of a Roaming Homesteader Family on the Mormon Frontier. Moscow: University of Idaho Press, 1994.

Roderick, Lee. Leading the Charge: Orrin Hatch and 20 Years of America. Carson City, Nev.: Gold Leaf Press, 1994.

Rogers, W. Lane. “From Colonia Dublán to Binghampton: The Mormon Odyssey of Fredrick, Nancy, and Amanda Williams.” Journal of Arizona History 35 (spring 1994): 19–46.

Rolfe, Mona Ethel, and Leslie E. Liechty, comp. and ed. “History of Samuel Jones Rolfe, Elizabeth Hathaway, and Their Descendants through Giblert [sic] Hathaway Rolfe and Eliza Jane Bates and William Benjamin Rolfe and Mary Ann McCarrel.” Provo, Utah: By the authors, 1994.

Romig, Ronald E. “David Whitmer: Faithful Dissenter, Witness Apart.” In Differing, 23–44.

Rose, Judith H., and Charlton D. Rose. Ila Jones Harvey: A Life History. Claremont, Calif.: By the authors, 1993.

Russell, William D. “Richard Price: Leading Publicist of the Reorganized Church’s Schismatics.” In Differing, 319–42.

Saunders, Richard L. “The Fruit of the Branch: Francis Gladden Bishop and His Culture of Dissent.” In Differing, 102–19.

Schindehette, Susan, Toby Kahn, and Alyshia Tate. “A Hit as a Miss.” People Weekly 42 (August 8, 1994): 32–33. [Amy Osmond]

Schlup, Leonard. “Utah Maverick: Frank J. Cannon and the Politics of Conscience in 1896.” UHQ, fall: 335–48.

Scott, Mark. “Reflections on Howard W. Hunter in Jerusalem: An Interview with Teddy Kollek.” BYU Studies, no. 4:6–15.

Shelton, Ken. “Fishing the Stream.” Utah Business 7 (May/June 1994): 16–28. [Stephen R. Covey]

———. “Franklin Quest: Appointment with Destiny.” Utah Business 7 (January/February 1994): 44–52. [Hyrum W. Smith]

Shipps, Jan, and John W. Welch, eds. The Journals of William E. McLellin, 1831–1836. Provo, Utah: BYU Studies; Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1994.

Shuff, John. “The Natural Order: At His Death, the LDS Church Pays Tribute to the Life of Ezra Taft Benson.” Salt Lake City Magazine 5 (July/ August 1994): 13.

Shuff, Margaret Mary. “Soaking Up the Sun.” Salt Lake City Magazine 5 (January/February 1994): 52–55. [Grethe and Chase Peterson]

Sillito, John, and Constance L. Lieber. “Letters from Exile: Plural Marriage from the Perspective of Martha Hughes Cannon.” In AML Annual, 1:177–82.

Silver, Joel. “Modern Printed Forgeries: Some Basic Sources.” AB Bookman’s Weekly 93 (March 28): 1333–42. [Mark Hofmann]

Slaughter, William W. “C. R. Savage: A Pioneer Legacy in Black and White.” Pioneer 41 (September/October 1994): 8–15.

Smith, Le Grande Whiting. “Portrait of the Minister as a Converted Man.” Digest, April: 22–30. [Dong Sull Choi]

Smith, Marcus L. “Jean Rio Baker: O Slavery, How I Hate Thee!” Women, July: 39–45.

———. “Jean Rio Baker: Sunday—a Beautiful Morning.” Women, June: 29–34.

———. “Jean Rio Baker: Unseen and Unknown Danger.” Women, August: 50–55.

———. “Saori Ii Low: Repaying the Feeling.” Women, March: 9–20.

Smith, Thales. “A Balkan Adventure: Humanitarian Missionaries in Albania.” JCA, fall: 26–33.

Smith, Timothy K. “What’s so Effective about Stephen Covey?” Fortune, December 12, 1994, 116–26.

Smoot, Margaret. “First a Dream.” BYM, November: 3–4. [Abraham O. Smoot]

Snow, Walter H. Harold Stafford Snow: Servant of God. St. George, Utah: By the author, 1994.

Solomon, Mary Karen Bowen, and Donna Jenkins Bowen. “Elizabeth Dennistoun Kane: ‘Publicans, Sinners, and Mormons.’” In Covenant, 212–30.

Sorensen, Carole Gates. Gates of Hellhole: An Authorized Biography of Thomas Gates, Superintendent—Yuma Territorial Prison 1886–1888: 1893–1896. Bountiful, Utah: Carr Publishing, 1994.

Sorensen, Daniel P. “Richard Wirthlin: There’s No Place Like Home.” Utah Business 7 (September/October 1994): 28–34.

South, Kristin Hacken. “Introduction to the Journal of Emma Lorena Barrows Brown.” BYU Studies, no. 4:35–45.

———, ed. “Emma Lorena Barrows Brown Journal, January 1878–September 1879.” BYU Studies, no. 4:46–69.

Tanner, Obert C. One Man’s Journey: In Search of Freedom. Salt Lake City: Humanities Center, University of Utah, 1994.

Taylor, Beth Hobbs, and Genan T. Anderson. G. Lloyd Hobbs: A Pioneer Boy Remembers. Salt Lake City: International Society, Daughters of Utah Pioneers, 1994.

Taylor, Samuel W. Taylor-Made Tales. Salt Lake City: Aspen Books, 1994.

Williams, Terry Tempest. “The Village Watchman.” Salt Lake City Magazine 5 (March/April 1994): 60–64. [Alan Romney Dixon]

Tew, Jeanine. “Gerald N. Lund: Behind The Work and the Glory.This People, holiday: 60–62.

Thurston, Dawn. “Paula Burton: Teaching Liberty and Justice for All.” Women, July: 55–63.

“Trailblazer: Idaho’s Quiet Man, Larry EchoHawk, May Become the Nation’s First Native American Governor.” People Weekly, June 6, 1994, 128.

The Two Worlds of John Peacock Wood. 2d ed. N.p., 1994.

Van Orden, Bruce. “Hyrum Smith: Brother of the Prophet.” MHM, July/ August: 18–23, 48.

Van Wagoner, Richard S. Sidney Rigdon: A Portrait of Religious Excess. Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1994.

Van Wyngarden, Bruce. “Man of Vision: Ophthalmology’s Roger Hiatt Is Stepping Down after Nearly Thirty Years.” JCA, spring: 50–54.

Verschoof, Claire. “Marina Noorlander: Musical Notes on Transparent Paper.” Women, May: 67–73.

Vetterli, Richard, and Brad E. Hainsworth. In the Lions’ Den: The Story of Senator Orrin Hatch. Springville, Utah: Cedar Fort, 1994.

Vogel, Dan. “James Colin Brewster: The Boy Prophet Who Challenged Mormon Authority.” In Differing, 120–39.

Walker, Joseph. “Jane Elizabeth Manning James: A Profile in Courage, Faith, Resiliency, and Hope.” Pioneer 41 (May/June 1994): 16–19.

Wallace, Ranelle, and Curtis Taylor. The Burning Within. Carson City, Nev.: Gold Leaf Press, 1994.

Warner, Karen Kuebne. “Barbara Lockhart and Klara Nesterova: Beyond the Gold.” Women, August: 59–70.

Winn, Kenneth H. “‘Such Republicanism as This’: John Corrill’s Rejection of Prophetic Rule.” In Differing, 45–75.

Winters, Charlene. “Prisoner.” BYM, May: 44–47. [James A. Bell]

White, Arnold Dee, comp. J. Golden Kimball’s Golden Moments. Springville, Utah: Cedar Fort, 1994.

Yorgason, Blaine, and Brenton Yorgason. Joseph Smith: Tarred and Feathered. Orem, Utah: Grandin Book, 1994. [Children’s]

———. Joseph Smith’s Eleven-Dollar Surgery. Orem, Utah: Grandin Book, 1994. [Children’s]

Yorgason, Brenton G. Quiet Miracles: A True Story of Love and Courage. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994.

Contemporary Issues

Issues facing Mormons and the Mormon Church.


Abbott, Scott. “Will We Find Zion or Make It?: An Essay on Postmodernity and Revelation.” Sunstone, December: 16–21.

Adams, Gregory L. “LDS, Catholic, and Secular Perspectives on Development in the Dominican Republic.” Master’s thesis, Brigham Young University, 1994.

Adler, Jerry, and Daniel Glick. “No Room, No Rest.” Newsweek, August 1, 1994, 46–52. [Mormons objecting that limits of six on backcountry camping parties places a hardship on families]

Allred, Nissa C. Bengtson. “Active Latter-day Saint Working Mothers: Their Effect on Their Daughters’ Future Plans.” Master’s thesis, Brigham Young University, 1994.

Anderson, Lavina Fielding. “The September Six.” In Religion, 3–8.

Anderson, Lynn Matthews. “Under the Umbrella.” MWF, March: 8. [Relief Society]

Anderson, Robert D. “Toward an Introduction to a Psychobiography of eJoseph Smith.” Dialogue, fall: 249–72.

Ashurst-McGee, Angela. “Great with Child: Pregnancy Narratives by Mormon Women.” Honors project, Brigham Young University, 1994.

Austin, Mike. “Gender and Spirituality in the Post-Industrial LDS Family.” MWF, March: 1–3.

Bahr, Stephen J. “Religion and Adolescent Drug Use: A Comparison of Mormons and Other Religions.” In Contemporary, 118–37.

Ball, Terry B. “Faith and the Scientific Method in a School in Zion.” In Foundations, 127–33.

Barker, Shane. Be the Hero of Your Own Life Story. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1994.

Barnes, Fred. “Donkey Kong: Campaign ’94.” New Republic 211 (November 14, 1994): 12–13. [Kennedy vs. Romney]

Benson, Alvin K. “Teaching Scientific and Religious Truths at a School in Zion.” In Foundations, 135–43.

“Benson Era Comes to a Close.” Mormonism Researched (fall 1994): 4, 8.

Bergera, Gary James. “Religion and Academics at Brigham Young University: A Recent Historical Perspective.” In Religion, 93–113.

Bergin, Allen E., and others. “Religion and Mental Health: Mormons and Other Groups.” In Contemporary, 138–58.

“Bisexual Mormons Face AIDS Crisis.” ND, no. 8:13.

Borzillo, Carrie. “Moral Values Are Bottom Line at Bonneville: Mormon-Owned Web Seeks to Better Community.” Billboard 106 (February 5, 1994): 86.

Boyce, Janine. “Messages from the Manuals—Twelve Years Later.” Dialogue, summer: 205–17.

Bradley, Martha Sonntag. “The Struggle to Emerge: Leaving Brigham Young University.” In Religion, 123–39.

Brinley, Douglas E. Strengthening Your Marriage and Family: Gospel Perspectives for Becoming Better Companions and Parents. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1994.

Brookhiser, Richard. “True West: Manners in Hawaii.” National Review 46 (December 31, 1994): 63–64.

Browning, Gary L. “Out of Obscurity: The Emergence of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in ‘That Vast Empire’ of Russia.” In DS, 27–35.

Buchanan, Frederick S. “Academic Freedom Forever; However . . .” In Religion, 73–85.

Bullough, Bonnie. “A Feminist Comparison of Mormonism and Humanism.” In Religion, 117–22.

Bullough, Vern L. “A Humanist View of Religious Universities.” In Religion, 63–72.

Bunderson, Eileen D. “Side by Side, Desk by Desk: Gender Equity in the Schools.” In Covenant, 116–25.

Burgess, Allan K., and Max H. Molgard. Being a Terrific Teen in Troubled Times: Guidance and Inspiration for Youth, Parents, and Leaders. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1994.

Bush, Lester E. “Ethical Issues in Reproductive Medicine: A Mormon Perspective.” In Multiply, 183–215.

Bytheway, John. What I Wish I’d Known in High School: A Crash Course in Teenage Survival. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

Callahan, Sidney. “Two by Two: The Case for Monogamy.” Commonweal 121 (July 15, 1994): 6–8. [Brief mention of Mormons]

Cannon, J. W. “Mathematical Parables.” BYU Studies, no. 4:81–107.

Case, Tony. “Are Editors Missing the Boat?” Editor and Publisher 127 (May 21, 1994): 14–15. [“beliefs outside the Judeo-Christian mainstream—Buddhism, Mormonism, the New Age movement—routinely are overlooked”]

Chadwick, Bruce A., and Stan L. Albrecht. “Mormons and Indians: Beliefs, Policies, Programs, and Practices.” In Contemporary, 287–309.

Chamberlain, Mark David. “The Role of Religion in Coping: A Qualitative Study of Eight Mormons.” Ph.D. diss., Brigham Young University, 1993.

Chandler, Rebecca. “Of Primary Concern.” Sunstone, December: 66–70.

Chase, Dallas. “Deseret Book Releases Book on Homosexuality.” ND, no. 7:12, 27–28.

———. “Idaho Narrowly Defeats Anti-Gay Initiative.” ND, no. 8:6.

Chazanov, Mathis. “A Matter of Silence.” ND, no. 8:27, 30.

Christensen, Harold T. “The Persistence of Chastity: Built-in Resistance in Mormon Culture to Secular Trends.” In Multiply, 67–84.

Cline, Vivian R. Dating, Dining, Dancing, and Other Teen Dilemmas. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1994.

Cole, Jeffrey Thomas. “Religion in Eastern Germany: Spiritual Force or Anachronism.” Master’s thesis, California State University–Fullerton, 1994. [Mentions Freiberg Mormons]

Corcella, Karen. “The Soul of a Charitable Machine.” Wall Street and Technology 11 (May 1994): 72, 74, 76–77. [Deseret Trust Company]

Cornwall, Marie. “The Institutional Role of Mormon Women.” In Contemporary, 239–64.

———. “Introduction: Toward a Sociological Analysis of Mormonism.” In Contemporary, 1–9.

Dalphonse, Sherri. “Inside the Temple: For Twenty Years It’s Been a Shining Light.” Washingtonian 30 (November 1994): 96–99.

Dastrup, Suzanne Little. “Perspectives on Divorce: Tuna on Brown Bread.” In Covenant, 56–61.

The Defender: Rush Utah’s Newsletter 1–2 (1993–94). [Published in Peoria, Arizona, by Eborn Books on anti-Mormon activities]

DeMont, John. “A Lion in Winter.” Maclean’s (October 31, 1994): 35–37. [Mitt Romney]

Denniston, Lyle. “Church v. State: Room for Improvement in Kiryas Joel.The American Lawyer (July/August 1994): 97–99.

Dimond, Amy E. “Keep This from Your Kids: All Work and No Play Strains Family Life.” BYM, August: 6–7.

Dixon, Helen E. “Money Won’t Buy It.” Women, January: 4–7.

Doubleday, Veronica. Holy Cities: Salt Lake City. New York: Dillon Press, 1994.

Dugan, Beth. “Religion and Food Service.” Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly 35 (December 1994): 80–85.

Dushku, Judy. “A Parable for Our Times.” Exponent, no. 2:15.

———. “Remembering Sonja.” Exponent, no. 3:5.

Dyer, William G., and Phillip R. Kunz. 10 Critical Keys for Highly Effective Mormon Families: Insights from 200 Successful Latter-day Saint Families. Springville, Utah: Cedar Fort, 1994.

Embry, Jessie L. Black Saints in a White Church: Contemporary African American Mormons. Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1994.

England, Eugene. “‘No Respecter of Persons’: A Mormon Ethics of Diversity.” Dialogue, winter: 79–100.

———. “What Covenant Will God Receive in the Desert?” Sunstone, September: 26–34.

Eyre, Linda, and Richard Eyre. Teaching Your Children Responsibility. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1994. [Previously published as Teaching Children Responsibility. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1982.]

Farr, Cecilia Konchar. “Dancing through the Doctrine: Observations on Religion and Feminism.” In Religion, 141–51.

Fernandez, Sandy M. “Mormon Biblical Scholar’s Views Lead to Charge of Apostasy.” Chronicle of Higher Education 40 (March 2, 1994): A19. [David P. Wright]

Fineman, Howard. “Slouching Toward Defeat?” Newsweek, October 10, 1994, 30–31. [Mitt Romney]

Fischer, Lane. “Whither Thou Goest, Will I Go? But I Say unto You, That Ye Resist Not Evil.” AMCAP, 94–102.

Flinders, Neil J. “Scholarship and the Latter-day Saints: Hubris or Humility?” In Foundations, 103–11.

Frame, Randy. “Quick Change Artists: ‘Republican Revolution’ Becomes a Reality with the Help of Conservative Christians.” Christianity Today 38 (December 12, 1994): 50–53. [Mitt Romney]

Gantt, Edwin E. “Approaching Olympus or Approaching Zion: Sisyphus, Moses, and the Myth of Academic Freedom.” In Foundations, 81–86.

Gilkey, Carolyn Flatley. “Verbal Performance in Mormon Worship Services.” Ph.D. diss., University of Pennsylvania, 1994.

Gleave, Robert L. “Ye Are the Light of the World.” AMCAP, 103–7.

“Gore Urges Religious Tolerance, Activism.” Christian Century 111 (February 16, 1994): 162–63. [Notes murder of Joseph Smith]

Graves, Bill. “America’s Outback: Manti, Utah.” Trailer Life 54 (November 1994): 130, 129.

Greaves, Sheldon. “Cybersaints: Mormon Settlements on the Electronic Frontier.” Sunstone, September: 21–25.

Gregersen, Juel D. “Mormonism and the Misuse of Alcohol and Other Drugs.” Family Perspective 27, no. 1 (1993): 59–76.

Gregory, Sophfronia Scott. “Saints Preserve Us.” Time, June 13, 1994, 65–66.

Grover, Mark L. “Relief Society and Church Welfare: The Brazilian Experience.” Dialogue, winter: 29–38.

Gurnon, Emily. “Minority Mormons.” Christian Century 111 (February 16, 1994): 157–59.

Hafen, Bruce C. “Diligence and Grace.” BYM, February: 3–4.

Hales, Robert D. “A Testimony of Prophets.” In DS, 159–66.

Hancock, Ralph C. “What Is a Mormon Intellectual?” This People, fall: 21–34.

Hansen, Bruce. “Two Worlds, One University.” Insight, winter: 21–27.

Hansen, Nadine R. “Speaking to the Media.” Exponent, no. 3:14.

Harding, Becky Badger. “Mormon Myth-Conceptions.” This People, holiday: 74–76.

Harris, Mark A. “Pornography and Premarital Sexual Activity among LDS Teenagers.” Master’s thesis, Brigham Young University, 1994.

Harris, Quinton S. “Those Who Desire to Serve God Are Called.” JCA, fall: 7.

Hawkins, Alan J., and Kathryn Pond Sargent. “Within the Walls of Our Own Homes: The Father’s Involvement in Child Care.” In Covenant, 127–39.

Heaton, Tim B. “The Demography of Utah Mormons.” In Multiply, 249–62.

———. “Familial, Socioeconomic, and Religious Behavior: A Comparison of LDS and Non-LDS Women.” Dialogue, summer: 169–83.

Heaton, Tim B., Kristen L. Goodman, and Thomas B. Holman. “In Search of a Peculiar People: Are Mormon Families Really Different?” In Contemporary, 87–117.

Heaton, Tim, and Tamlyn Heaton. “Is Feminism a Threat to the Family?” Sunstone, September: 14–17.

Heidinger, Lisa Schnebly. “Colorado City: A People on the Cusp of Time.” Arizona Highways 70 (August 1994): 38–44.

Helps, Louise. “Breaking New Ground in Hanoi.” Women, February: 41–51.

Hendrickson, Robert. Happy Trails: A Dictionary of Western Expressions. Vol. 2. New York: Facts on File, 1994. [Includes Mormon references throughout]

Hersh, Burton. “November Song.” Esquire 122 (September 1994): 127–32. [Mitt Romney]

Hinckley, Gordon B. “The Lord Is at the Helm.” In DS, 109–18.

Hoang, Jade. Life’s Little Book of Reminders for Latter-day Saints. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994.

Holman, Thomas, Mark Chamberlain, and Darrel Chamberlain. I Do. I Did? What Now? Couples Talk about Making Marriage Better. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994.

Holmes, Gail Geo. “Doors Opening Now to Old Council Bluff(s).” Nauvoo, spring: 3–7.

Horak, Kathy. “Mormon Pension Fund Buys Northside Building.” Jacksonville Business Journal 9 (September 16–22, 1994): 11.

Iannaccone, Laurence R., and Carrie A. Miles. “Dealing with Social Change: The Mormon Church’s Response to Change in Women’s Roles.” In Contemporary, 265–86.

“An Interview with John Bennion.” WRI, 133–44.

Introvigne, Massimo. “‘Almost Mormon—Almost Christian’: The Image of the RLDS Church in Contemporary Anti-Mormonism.” JWHAJ, 11–23.

———. “The Devil Makers: Contemporary Evangelical Fundamentalist Anti-Mormonism.” Dialogue, spring: 153–69.

Ireland, Doug. “Troubles of Teddy: Last Hurrah for the Last Brother?” Nation 259 (November 14, 1994): 569–73. [Mitt Romney]

Jacobson, Cardell K., and others. “Black Mormon Converts in the United States and Africa: Social Characteristics and Perceived Acceptance.” In Contemporary, 326–47.

Jamison, Rebecca. “The Use of Formulaic Expressions in Mormon Meetings.” In DLLS, 55–57.

Johnson, Eric. “Jeffrey Holland Becomes Apostle; Howard W. Hunter—LDS Prophet Number Fourteen.” Mormonism Researched (fall 1994): 5.

Johnson, Matthew Ty. “The Development of a Computer-Based Book of Mormon Reading Program for the MTC Classroom.” Master’s thesis, Brigham Young University, 1994.

Jones, Barbara Barrington, and Brad Wilcox. Straight Talk for Parents: What Teenagers Wish They Could Tell You. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

Judis, John B. “Campaign ’94: Stormin’ Mormon.” New Republic 211 (November 7, 1994): 20–22. [Mitt Romney]

Kadlecek, Jo. “Public School Students Get Religion—Legally.” Christianity Today 38 (November 14, 1994): 74. [Released-time religious education]

Kapp, Ardeth Greene. “What Stripling Warriors Learn from Their Mothers.” Women, May: 4–8.

Kilbride, Philip L. Plural Marriage for Our Times: A Reinvented Option? Westport, Conn.: Bergin and Garvey, 1994.

Knowlton, David. “‘Gringo Jeringo’: Anglo Mormon Missionary Culture in Bolivia.” In Contemporary, 218–36.

Kristol, Irving. “Why Religion Is Good for the Jews.” Commentary 98 (August 1994): 19–21. [Mention of the Mormon population]

Kurtz, Paul. “Overview: Humanism and the Idea of Freedom.” In Religion, xvii–xxiii.

LeBaron, E. Dale. “Black Africa: Prepared and Waiting for the Glorious Day.” MHM, March/April: 18–27.

Lockhart, Barbara Day. “Absolute Truth in Academe.” In Foundations, 119–26.

Lofgreen, Charlotte D. “Mongolia: The Morning Breaks.” Women, February: 9–26.

Loveless, Cheri. “Who Put the ‘Self’ in Self-Esteem?” This People, fall: 45–50.

Lyon, Joseph L., Kent Gardner, and Richard E. Gress. “Cancer Incidence among Mormons and Non-Mormons in Utah (United States) 1971–85.” Cancer Causes and Control 5 (March 1994): 149–56.

Mackelprang, Romel W. “They Shall Be One Flesh: Sexuality and Contemporary Mormonism.” In Multiply, 47–66.

Maremont, Mark. “Mitt Romney Could Be Teddy’s Bugbear.” Business Week, February 7, 1994, 34.

Markstrom-Adams, Carol, Greta Hofstra, and Kirk Dougher. “The Ego-Virtue of Fidelity: A Case for the Study of Religion and Identity Formation in Adolescence.” Journal of Youth and Adolescence 23 (August 1994): 453–69.

Marwick, Laura M. “From Mormon to Evangelical: A Look at Disaffiliation and Conversion.” Master’s thesis, Brigham Young University, 1994.

Mattson, Rondi, and Janet S. Scharman. “Divorce in Mormon Women: A Qualitative Study.” AMCAP, 39–60.

Mauss, Armand L. “The Mormon Struggle with Assimilation and Identity: Trends and Developments since Midcentury.” Dialogue, spring: 129–49.

———. “Refuge and Retrenchment: The Mormon Quest for Identity.” In Contemporary, 24–42.

Maxwell, Neal A. “Out of the Best Faculty.” BYM, February: 30–33, 48.

McCully, Sharon P. “Children’s Voices: Who Is Listening?” In Covenant, 108–15.

McFarland, Peggy A., and Cheryl J. Carter. Becoming Women of Strength. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994.

McGhie, Lynn. The Gardens at Temple Square: The Four Seasons. Utah: Lynn McGhie Assoc., [1994].

McKean, Jim. “Church Reaches Worldwide Membership via Integrated Telecomm.” Communications News 31 (July 1994): 10, 12.

McNamara, Mary Lou. “Secularization or Sacralization: The Change in LDS Church Policy on Blacks.” In Contemporary, 310–25.

McPherson, David L. “Trust No One to Be Your Teacher: Teaching at BYU, a Sacred Trust.” In Foundations, 153–58.

“Measuring Mainline Vital Signs.” Christian Century 111 (December 21, 1994): 1214. [Mormons underrepresented in positions of power compared with their presence in the general population]

Meier, Reinhard. “America’s Prosperous Mormons.” Swiss Review of World Affairs (December 1994): 26–28.

Milne, Kirsty. “Municipal Mormons.” New Statesman and Society 7 (February 4, 1994): 23.

Mooney, Carolyn J. “Biblical Scholar at Brandeis Is Excommunicated by Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.” Chronicle of Higher Education 40 (May 18, 1994): A18. [David P. Wright]

“Mormons: At Day’s End.” Economist (April 9, 1994): 30.

Morrison, Alexander B. “Let Your Light So Shine.” In Covenant, 63–76.

Nebeker, Scott. “An Honor Code in a School in Zion: Recognizing the Covenant Community.” In Foundations, 21–24.

Nelsen, Kaylene. “Spiritual Experience Helps Keep Teens on Track, Study Shows.” BYM, August: 10.

Nelson, Dennis E. “Professional Organizations: Whither Thou Goest Will I Go?” AMCAP, 81–93.

———. “Response: Has the Light of the World Experienced Brownout?” AMCAP, 115–17.

———. “Response: To Love the Lord Is to Hate Evil, Proverbs 8:13.” AMCAP, 108–14.

“New President for Mormon Church.” Christian Century 111 (June 15–22, 1994): 600–601.

Newell, L. Jackson. “Freedom of Conscience: Individual Right or Social Responsibility?” In Religion, 31–39.

Nicholls, Shelly. “Risk-Taking Predispositions among Mormon Women: Improving Communication about Health and Environmental Risks.” Master’s thesis, Brigham Young University, 1994.

Nichols, Elizabeth L. “The International Genealogical Index (IGI), 1993 Edition.” Genealogical Journal 22, no. 3 (1994): 45–58.

Nielsen, Talmage. “Like unto Leaven.” JCA, fall: 8–11. [Church medical missions]

Nielson, John D. “Racial Mixing in Brazil, the Spread of the Gospel, and Nephi’s Racial and Ethnic Attitudes.” NP, December: 32–35.

O’Brien, Elizabeth, and others. “Founder Effect: Assessment of Variation in Genetic Contribution among Founders.” Human Biology 66 (April 1994): 185–204. [Mormon population subject of study]

———. “Genetic Structure of the Utah Mormons: Comparison of Results Based on RFLPs, Blood Groups, Migration Matrices, Isonymy, and Pedigrees.” Human Biology 66 (October 1994): 743–59.

Olson, Terrance D. “Why Is It So Hard to Raise Today’s Children?” This People, holiday: 24–31.

Ostler, David R., and Brent H. Ostler. “What’s in That Glass of Water?” JCA, fall: 34–39. [Missionaries in Russia—water filtration]

Oswald, Delmont R. “A Lone Man in the Garden.” In Multiply, 231–38.

Otterstrom, Samuel M. “The International Diffusion of the Mormon Church.” Master’s thesis, Brigham Young University, 1994.

Owen, Carolyn G. “The Real Writing Process; or, What I Will Tell My Writing Students If I’m Being Honest.” In Foundations, 31–38.

Parker, Todd B. “Is It Love? The Feeling You Feel, When You Feel You Are Going to Feel a Feeling You Never Felt Before.” In Serving, 185–95.

Parry, Keith. “The Mormon Missionary Companionship.” In Contemporary, 182–206.

Paxman, Sue. “Adding Another Floor.” Exponent, no. 4:2.

———. “Goodbye, Helen and Joleen.” Exponent, no. 3:2, 5.

———. “Sustaining Each Other.” Exponent, no. 2:2.

Pearson, Dale F. “Absolute Truth and an Imperfect World: The Search for Knowledge and Understanding.” In Foundations, 113–18.

Peck, Elbert Eugene. “It’s the Community, Folks!” Sunstone, December: 10–11.

———. “The Outer Limits.” Sunstone, February: 10–12. [Tolerance]

Peterson, F. Ross. “Tenure as a Tool.” In Religion, 87–92.

Peterson, Levi S. “The Art of Dissent among the Mormons.” Sunstone, February: 33–39.

———. “In Defense of a Mormon Erotica.” In Multiply, 239–47.

Plenert, Gerhard. “The Gospel and Business Goals.” Digest, January: 71–73. [Reprinted from “International Industrial Goals: Is There a Gospel Context to Guide Us?” In Proceedings of the Laying the Foundations Symposium, March 22–23, 1991, ed. Neil J. Flinders and Valerie Holladay, 99–100. Provo, Utah: College of Education, Brigham Young University, 1992.]

Preston, Cheryl B. “Armies of Light: A Report on Troop Morale.” In Covenant, 177–85.

“The Prophet’s Mantle.” Economist 331 (June 11, 1994): 24. [Howard W. Hunter]

Pugmire, Merrill. “Knowledge, CDs, and Scripture.” Digest, January: 29–33.

Quinn, D. Michael. “Dilemmas of Feminists and Intellectuals in the Contemporary LDS Church.” Sunstone, June: 67–73.

Rich, Laura. “Salt Lake City: The Promised Land.” Inside Media (March 30, 1994): 23–24.

Richards, P. Scott, and Richard W. Potts. “Spiritual Techniques and Issues in Counseling: A Preliminary Report of a Survey of LDS Psychotherapists.” In Foundations, 87–89.

Robbins, Jim. “Aggressive Mormons Aim at Latin America: Catholics Lose Ground in Evangelical Ferment.” National Catholic Reporter 30 (January 28, 1994): 8.

Roberts, Allen Dale. “Academic Freedom at Brigham Young University: Free Inquiry in Religious Context.” In Religion, 43–62.

Rosenberg, Debra. “See Teddy Run Scared.” Newsweek, August 1, 1994, 25. [Mitt Romney]

Rowles, Genevieve. “Temple Square Throws the Switch.” Sunset 193 (December 1994): 16–17.

Rubin, Rita. “Deadly Family Trees: A New Project Tracks a High-Cholesterol Gene That Kills Early.” U.S. News and World Report, January 24, 1994, 71–72. [Uses the “vast genealogy resources of the Church”]

Sandberg, Karl C. “Mormonism and the Puritan Connection: The Trials of Mrs. Anne Hutchinson and Several Persistent Questions Bearing on Church Governance.” Sunstone, February: 20–32.

Scharman, Janet S. “Relationship Issues in LDS Blended Families.” AMCAP, 15–38.

Shepherd, Gordon, and Gary Shepherd. “Sustaining a Lay Religion in Modern Society: The Mormon Missionary Experience.” In Contemporary, 161–81.

Shipps, Jan. “Making Saints: In the Early Days and the Latter Days.” In Contemporary, 64–83.

Skinner, Andrew C. “To Be or Not to Be a ‘Renaissance Man’: Some Historical Roots Help Resolve the Dilemma.” In Foundations, 145–51.

Smith, Le Grande W. “Trial and Triumph in Thessaloníki: The Challenge of Opening Greece for the Preaching of the Gospel.” Digest, July: 20–34.

Smith, Marcus L. “Pipes That Speak Praise.” Digest, January: 15–25.

Smith, Marion B. “The Silence of Sexual Abuse.” MWF, July: 1, 8–10.

Smith, Scott S. “A Closer Look at Betty Eadie’s Near Death Experience.” Fate 47 (March 1994): 54–59.

Smolowe, Jill. “Tough Time for Teddy.” Time, October 10, 1994, 32. [Mitt Romney]

Sonne, Kathryn Turley. “Re-visioning Women and Men in a ‘Feminine’ Spiritual Context.” MWF, March: 3–5.

Sorensen, Elaine Shaw. “Perspectives on Divorce: Peace after Divorce.” In Covenant, 46–50.

Sowell, Thomas. “How about It, Hillary?” Forbes, January 3, 1994, 80. [“Mormons live a decade longer than other whites”]

Stark, Rodney. “Modernization and Mormon Growth: The Secularization Thesis Revisited.” In Contemporary, 13–23.

Starobin, Paul. “This One’s No Snap for Ted Kennedy.” National Journal 26 (October 22, 1994): 2465–66. [Mitt Romney]

“Station Cancels Shows Critical of Churches.” National Catholic Reporter 30 (January 21, 1994): 3.

Stewart, Michael. Daddy, Come out and Play!: Inspiration for Leading and Nurturing Your Family. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994.

Stone, Ann Gardner. “Fertile Ground.” Exponent, no. 2:2.

Stott, Suzanne. “Thoughts on Impaired Fertility.” Exponent, no. 2:3.

Stout, Daniel A. “Resolving Conflicts of Worldviews: LDS Women and Television.” AMCAP, 61–79.

“Take One: Book of Mormon Movie Magic.” This People, fall: 36–39.

“Technology in Utah: Software Valley.” Economist 331 (April 23, 1994): 69–70.

Thomas, Mark D. “The Continuing Quest for the Historical Jesus.” Dialogue, winter: 121–23.

Thompson, Jan. “Like a Rope Lowered from Heaven.” This People, summer: 12–21.

Tickle, Phyllis. “Mormon Church Excommunicates Five Scholars over Their Books.” Publishers Weekly, April 25, 1994, 12.

Toscano, Margaret Merrill. “If Mormon Women Have Had the Priesthood since 1843, Why Aren’t They Using It?” Dialogue, summer: 219–26.

Toscano, Paul James. The Sanctity of Dissent. Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1994.

Townsend, Johnny. “Can Gays Really Love?” ND, no. 6:3–6, 29.

“Utah Disciples Seek High Ground: Ministry in Mormon Country.” Disciple 132 (August 1994): 7–9.

Von Harrison, Grant. Use the Book of Mormon to Teach Reading: Handbook for Parents for Use with Children between 5 and 12 Years of Age. Provo, Utah: By the author, 1994.

Waller, Douglas, and Evan Thomas. “The Old Boys’ Club Fights for Its Existence.” Newsweek, October 10, 1994, 32–34. [CIA recruits Mormons]

Weigand, Robert E. “Managing Beliefs, Managing Silence.” Business Horizons 37 (November/December 1994): 58–65. [Marriott hotels; Mormon beliefs]

Weisberg, Jacob. “Family Matters: Ted Kennedy Is Running a Lackluster Campaign against a Strong Opponent in an Anti-incumbent Year—so Why Does It Look Like He’ll Win?” New York Magazine 27 (November 7, 1994): 28, 30. [Mitt Romney]

West, Steven A. “Pure Religion.” Clark Memorandum (fall 1994): 14–21.

Whitaker, Richard, Jr. “Precept-Guided Patterning Processes: A Qualitative Study of How LDS Church Members Are Prepared for Marriage.” Ph.D. diss., Brigham Young University, 1994.

White, Randall, and Erica Frank. “Health Effects and Prevalence of Vegetarianism.” Western Journal of Medicine 160 (May 1994): 465–70. [Compares Seventh-day Adventists with Mormons]

Williams, Richard N. “Where Your Heart Is, There Will Your Treasure Be Also: Intellectual Allegiance in a School in Zion.” In Foundations, 75–79.

Williams, Terry. “Funds Try New Realty Route: Limited Liability Company Used as Investment Vehicle.” Pensions and Investments 22 (March 21, 1994): 52. [Mentions Mormon Church pension fund]

Willmer, Wesley K. “Giving to Religion in the 21st Century: Boom or Bust?” Fund Raising Management 25 (April 1994): 44–51. [Americans are becoming more Catholic, Mormon, and unaffiliated]

Wilson, William A. “Powers of Heaven and Hell: Mormon Missionary Narratives as Instruments of Socialization and Social Control.” In Contemporary, 207–17.

Wittwer, Sherri Devashrayee. Gone Too Soon: The Life and Loss of Infants and Unborn Children. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994.

Wixom, Hartt, and Judene Wixom. When Angels Intervene to Save the Children. Springville, Utah: Cedar Fort, 1994. [Cokeville, Wyoming, bombing incident]

Wolper, Allan. “Off-Campus Paper Took Heat for Exposé on Athletes.” Editor and Publisher 127 (November 5, 1994): 16–18.

Wood, David R. “Investigating the Impact of Family, Religion, Education, and Gender on the Future Adult Role Orientations of LDS Youth.” Ph.D. diss., Brigham Young University, 1994.

Woodard, Joe. “A Church That Won’t Compromise: Mormons Use Harsh Measures on Malcontents.” British Colombia Report 5 (November 15, 1993): 29–30.

———. “An Unapologetically Illiberal Church: The Mormons Draw Flak for Expelling Feminists and Other Leftist Activists.” Alberta Report 20 (November 15, 1993): 38.

Worrell, Robert. “Prepare to Perform Miracles.” NP, December: 6–10.

Wright, Randal A. The Case for Chastity: Helping Youth Stay Morally Clean. N.p.: National Family Institute, 1993.

———. “The Power of Love and Affection.” Digest, February: 60–69. [Condensed from The Case for Chastity. N.p.: National Family Institute, 1993.]

———. “Why Good People See Bad Movies.” This People, spring: 30–37.

———, comp. Building Better Homes and Families, 1,401 Ideas. N.p.: National Family Institute, 1994.

Wright, Robert. “The Gay Divorcé.” The New Republic 211 (December 19, 1994): 6. [Mention of polygamy]

Wright, Ruth B. “‘Precious Children’: Responding to a Disclosure of Abuse.” In Covenant, 140–44.

Young, Lawrence A. “Confronting Turbulent Environments: Issues in the Organizational Growth and Globalization of Mormonism.” In Contemporary, 43–63.

———. “Epilogue.” In Contemporary, 349–53.

Zirker, Sherri, and Ronald Zirker. “Families in Focus.” Women, January: 59–60.

Doctrine and Scripture

Works of a doctrinal nature, as well as works published about aspects of the Mormon scriptures.


Abanes, Richard. Embraced by the Light and the Bible: Betty Eadie and Near-Death Experiences in the Light of Scripture. Camp Hill, Pa.: Horizon Books, 1994.

Adams, William J., Jr. “Lehi’s Jerusalem and Writing on Metal Plates.” JBOMS, spring: 204–6.

Allred, Janice. “Toward a Mormon Theology of God the Mother.” Dialogue, summer: 15–39.

Anderson, Farley. The Book of Revelation Today: New Insights for Last Days Survival. Bountiful, Utah: Horizon Publishing, 1994.

Anderson, Lynn Matthews. “Toward a Feminist Interpretation of Latter-day Scripture.” Dialogue, summer: 185–203.

Anderson, Richard Lloyd. “Paul’s Witness to the Early History of Jesus’ Ministry.” In Apostle, 1–33.

Armstrong, Richard N. The Rhetoric of David O. McKay: Mormon Prophet. American University Studies, series 7, Theology and Religion, vol. 92. New York: Peter Lang, 1993.

Ashton, Marvin J. “The Child in the Manger.” In Christmas, 134–35.

Aston, Warren P., and Michaela Knoth Aston. In the Footsteps of Lehi: New Evidence for Lehi’s Journey across Arabia to Bountiful. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

Ball, Terry. “Isaiah’s Imagery of Plants and Planting.” In People, 17–34.

Ball, Terry B. “Old Testament Prophets in the Book of Mormon (Lehi, Zenock, Neum, Zenos, Ezias).” In Kings, 258–63.

Ballard, Suzanne. “These F’s Are Great on Your Eternal Report Card!” In Serving, 14–23.

Barber, Brian K. “Choosing to Choose: Issues of Freedom and Agency.” Digest, April: 70–77.

Barkdull, Larry. “Resist Not Evil.” Women, February: 4–7.

Barney, Kevin L. “Enallage in the Book of Mormon.” JBOMS, spring: 113–47.

Barrois, Bertrand C. “Gnosticism Reformed.” Dialogue, spring: 239–52.

Bateman, Merrill J. “Secular Learning in a Spiritual Environment.” In Foundations, 1–8.

Birch, A. Jane. “We Have a Rich Tradition, but We Haven’t Received It: Have We Sacrificed Enough?” In Foundations, 9–14.

Bird, Randall C. “Receiving the Mind and Will of the Lord.” In Serving, 42–52.

Bishop, Barbara. “Feminine Spirituality: A Mode of Being.” MWF, March: 5–6.

Bitton, Davis. “A Masterwork of Mormon Theology?” In Truth, xxxix–xlv.

Black, Susan Easton. “Living by Grace: A New Frontier.” In Covenant, 255–60.

———. “The Spirit of Elijah.” Tenth Annual Harman Lecture. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Division of Continuing Education, 1993.

Boehm, Bruce J. “Wanderers in the Promised Land: A Study of the Exodus Motif in the Book of Mormon and Holy Bible.” JBOMS, spring: 187–203.

Brewster, Hoyt W., Jr. Behold, I Come Quickly: The Last Days and Beyond. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

Brooks, Joanna. “Gender and Spirituality, or Why the Guerrilla Is the Most Feminine Creature in the Spiritual Jungle.” MWF, March: 6–7.

Brown, S. Kent. “The Book of Hosea.” In Kings, 61–67.

Brugger, William. “The Doctrine and Covenants as Literature.” NP, April: 22–30.

Bunker, Gary L. “The Ultimate Paradox.” In DS, 97–108.

Bunker, Robert L. “The Design of the Liahona and the Purpose of the Second Spindle.” JBOMS, fall: 1–11.

Burgess, Allen K., and Max H. Molgard. Straight Talk about Gospel Principles: What They Are, What They Are Not. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1994.

Burton, Gideon O. “Towards a Mormon Criticism: Should We Ask ‘Is This Mormon Literature?’” In AML Annual, 2:227–33.

Burton, R. Scott. “The Hymnal of Ancient Israel (Psalms, Part 1).” In Kings, 407–25.

———. “The Nature of God in the Psalms (Psalms, Part 2).” In Kings, 426–47.

Burton, Rulon T. We Believe: Doctrines and Principles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Salt Lake City: Tabernacle Books, 1994.

Campbell, Beverly. “Mother Eve: Mentor for Today’s Woman: A Heritage of Honor.” JCA, spring: 37–49.

Cannon, Elaine. Beyond Baptism: A Guide for New Converts. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1994.

Chase, Dallas. “LDS Church Takes a Stand.” ND, no. 7:6.

Christensen, Bernell L., comp. The Prophets Speak to Fathers: With Additional Quotes from Various General Authorities. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 1994. [Booklet]

Christensen, Kevin. “A Response to David Wright on Historical Criticism.” JBOMS, spring: 74–93.

Clark, Harlow Soderborg. “In the Territory of Irony.” In AML Annual, 2:256–62.

———. “Toward a Theory of Literary Value: The Necessity of Bearing Personal Testimony.” In AML Annual, 2:246–55.

Classic Speeches: 22 Selections from Brigham Young University Devotional and Fireside Speeches. Vol. 1. Provo, Utah: Publications and Graphics, Brigham Young University, 1994.

Cook, Gene R. “Christmas Giving.” In Christmas, 62–65.

Dahl, Larry E. “The Second Comings of the Lord.” In Watch, 134–66.

Daleiden, Joseph L. “Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints—The Mormons.” In The Final Superstition: A Critical Evaluation of the Judeo-Christian Legacy, 28–37. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 1994.

Dant, Doris R. “Attitudes and Beliefs Concerning Women.” In Truth, lvii– lxxii.

DaRosa, Victor. “Is Spousal Abuse an Unforgiveable Sin?” Mormonism Researched (fall 1994): 6.

———. “Blood Atonement—If It Was Never Taught, Why Do Some Mormons Believe It?” Mormonism Researched (winter 1994): 4, 6.

Davis, Todd B. “Approaching the Question of Truth in Light of the Restoration.” In Foundations, 25–30.

Dayley, K. Newell. “And Also by Faith.” In DS, 75–84.

Dixon, Helen E. “The Trouble with Talent.” Women, August: 4–7.

Draper, Richard D. “The Book of Daniel.” In Kings, 320–33.

———. “The Book of Malachi.” In Kings, 365–72.

———. “The Book of Zechariah.” In Kings, 351–58.

———. “Hubris and At∂: A Latter-day Warning from the Book of Mormon.” JBOMS, fall: 12–33.

Eames, Rulon D. “The Book of Zephaniah.” In Kings, 178–83.

Ehat, Andrew F. “‘Who Shall Ascend into the Hill of the Lord?’ Sesquicentennial Reflections of a Sacred Day: May 4, 1842.” In Temples, 48–62.

England, Eugene. “Fidelity, Polygamy, and Celestial Marriage.” In Multiply, 103–22.

Evenson, William E. “Science: The Universe, Creation, and Evolution (Chs. 3–5, 9–10, 12, 21, 23–25, 29–32).” In Truth, cxi–cxxix.

Eyring, Henry B. “Blessed Are the Peacemakers.” In DS, 85–96.

———. The Marketplace of Ideas. Provo, Utah: FARMS, 1994. [Booklet]

Faulconer, James E. How to Study the Book of Mormon. Provo, Utah: FARMS, 1994. [Booklet]

———. “The Olive Tree and the Work of God: Jacob 5 and Romans 11.” In Allegory, 347–66.

Faust, James E. “Enhancing Secular Knowledge through Spiritual Knowledge and Faith.” In Addresses Delivered at the 1994 Annual University Conference. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University, 1994, 26–29.

———. “The Voice of the Spirit.” In DS, 1–8.

Ferraiuolo, Perucci. “Scholars Scrutinize Popular Dake’s Bible.” Christianity Today 38 (January 10, 1994): 50. [Mention of Mormon theology]

Flake, Kathleen. “Rendering to the Corporation: A Personal Ecclesiology.” Sunstone, December: 23–28.

Foster, Lawrence. “Between Heaven and Earth: Mormon Theology of the Family in Comparative Perspective.” In Multiply, 1–17.

Fowles, John L. “The Jewish Lectionary and Book of Mormon Prophecy.” JBOMS, fall: 118–22.

Freeman, Robert C. “Paul’s Earnest Pursuit of Spiritual Gifts.” In Apostle, 34–46.

Fuller, Barney R. The Burning of a Strange Fire: Forty Years in Mormonism. Lafayette, La.: Huntington House, 1994.

Gee, John, and Daniel C. Peterson. “Graft and Corruption: On Olives and Olive Culture in the Pre-Modern Mediterranean.” In Allegory, 186–247.

Gibbons, Ted L. “Nowhere Else to Go.” Digest, April: 16–20.

Gileadi, Avraham. The Literary Message of Isaiah. New York: Hebraeus Press, 1994.

Gillum, Gary P. “Romans 11:17–24: A Bibliography of Commentaries.” In Allegory, 367–72.

Gladstone, Bill. “Report from Salt Lake City, Utah.” Avotaynu 10 (spring 1994): 10–11. [Includes side article “Mormons Baptize Holocaust Victims”]

Godfrey, Donald G. “Zina Young Williams Card: ‘No Ordinary Frontier Woman.’” Paper presented at the Mormon History Association, May 19–22, 1994, Park City, Utah.

Gorton, H. Clay. The Legacy of the Brass Plates of Laban: A Comparison of Biblical and Book of Mormon Isaiah Texts. Bountiful, Utah: Horizon, 1994.

———. “The Transitory Nature of Telestial Knowledge.” Digest, March: 53–66.

Griffith, Michael T. A Ready Reply: Answering Challenging Questions about the Gospel. Bountiful, Utah: Horizon, 1994.

Griggs, C. Wilfred. “‘An Hebrew of the Hebrews’: Paul’s Language and Thought.” In Apostle, 47–64.

Hadfield, Gary M., and John W. Welch. “The ‘Decapitation’ of Shiz.” Insights, no. 97:2.

Hafen, Bruce C., and Marie K. Hafen. The Belonging Heart: The Atonement and Relationships with God and Family. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

———. “‘Eve Heard All These Things and Was Glad’: Grace and Learning by Experience.” In Covenant, 16–33.

Hall, John Franklin. “The Olive in Greco-Roman Religion.” In Allegory, 248–61.

Hamblin, William J. “History of Religion (Chs. 11, 13–15, 20–22, 46).” In Truth, cxxx–cxxxi.

———. “Metal Plates and the Book of Mormon.” Insights, no. 95:2.

———. Sacred Writings on Bronze Plates in the Ancient Mediterranean. Provo, Utah: FARMS, 1994.

———. “Temple Motifs in Jewish Mysticism.” In Temples, 440–76.

Hammond, F. Melvin. “Balance: A Perspective of Peace.” AMCAP, 1–14.

Hanks, Marion D. “Christ Manifested to His People.” In Temples, 3–28.

———. “Truth: A Shield to Memory.” Digest, July: 10–19. [Reprinted from Clark Memorandum (fall 1990): 26–29.]

Hansen, Lorin K. “The ‘Moral’ Atonement as a Mormon Interpretation.” Dialogue, spring: 195–227.

Hatch, Gary Layne. “Paul among the Rhetoricians: A Model for Proclaiming Christ.” In Apostle, 65–79.

———. “Rhetoric.” In Truth, xlvii–lv.

———. “Saints and Sophists: Rhetoric and the Restored Gospel.” In Foundations, 39–45.

Hauck, F. Richard. “Ancient Fortifications and the Land of Manti.” This People, summer: 46–55.

———. “Archaeology and the Setting of the Book of Mormon.” This People, spring: 70–83.

———. “In Search of the Land of Nephi.” This People, fall: 52–63.

———. “The Trail to Zarahemla.” This People, holiday: 64–70.

Hauglid, Brian M. “Sacred Time and the Temple.” In Temples, 636–45.

Hess, Wilford M., and others. “Botanical Aspects of Olive Culture Relevant to Jacob 5.” In Allegory, 484–562.

Hinckley, Gordon B. “What Shall I Do Then with Jesus Which Is Called Christ?” In Christmas, 1–5.

Holmes, David I. “Vocabulary Richness and the Book of Mormon: A Stylometric Analysis of Mormon Scripture.” Research in Humanities Computing 3 (1994): 18–31.

Holzapfel, Richard Neitzel. “Establishing Zion in Preparation for the Second Coming.” In Watch, 105–33.

Holzapfel, Richard Neitzel, and David Rolph Seely. My Father’s House: Temple Worship and Symbolism in the New Testament. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1994.

Homer, Michael W. “‘Similarity of Priesthood in Masonry’: The Relationship between Freemasonry and Mormonism.” Dialogue, fall: 1–113.

Honey, David B. “The Secular as Sacred: The Historiography of the Title Page.” JBOMS, spring: 94–103.

Hopkins, Richard R. Biblical Mormonism: Responding to Evangelical Criticism of LDS Theology. Bountiful, Utah: Horizon, 1994.

Horn, Vim. “Charity: The Pure Love of Christ.” Witness, no. 84:6–8.

Hoskisson, Paul Y. “The Allegory of the Olive Tree in Jacob.” In Allegory, 70–104.

Huff, Kent W. Brigham Young’s United Order: A Contextual Interpretation. Casebook Edition. Provo, Utah: Theological Thinktank, 1994.

Hunter, Howard W. “‘More Humility and Patience and Forgiveness.’” Sunstone, September: 88.

Jack, Elaine L. “‘From Grace to Grace.’” In Covenant, 1–3.

Jackson, Kent P. “All Things Point to Christ.” In Kings, 1–3.

———. “Authorship of the Book of Isaiah.” In Kings, 80–85.

———. “Avoiding Deception in the Last Days.” In Watch, 1–15.

———. “The Book of Joel.” In Kings, 359–64.

———. “A Chronology of the Old Testament.” In Kings, 484–88.

———. “Comfort My People (Isaiah 34–50).” In Kings, 128–45.

———. “I Will Be Your God (Ezekiel 25–36).” In Kings, 286–99.

Jackson, Kent P. “The Lord Is There (Ezekiel 37–48).” In Kings, 300–319.

———, ed. and comp. Joseph Smith’s Commentary on the Bible. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

Jacobs, Curtis L. “The Great Game Plan of God.” In Serving, 138–45.

Jensen, Jay E. “Likening Luke 2 to Our Lives.” In Christmas, 109–10.

Johnson, Clare Hardy. “Keeping the Second Estate: A Woman’s Choices.” JCA, spring: 20–27.

Johnson, D. Lynn. “The Missing Scripture.” JBOMS, fall: 84–93.

Johnson, Mark J. “The Exodus of Lehi Revisited.” JBOMS, fall: 123–26.

Jones, Barbara Barrington. “Listening to the Still, Small Voice.” In Serving, 155–62.

Judd, Frank F., Jr. “Melchizedek: Seeking after the Zion of Enoch.” In People, 35–48.

Keller, Jeffrey E. “Gender and Spirit.” In Multiply, 171–82.

Keller, Roger R. “The Book of Esther.” In Kings, 386–90.

King, Arthur Henry. “Language Themes in Jacob 5: ‘The Vineyard of the Lord of Hosts Is the House of Israel’ (Isaiah 5:7).” In Allegory, 140–73.

Kraut, Ogden, comp. Sermons and Writings of the Restoration. Vol. 1. Salt Lake City: Pioneer Press, 1994.

Lambert, Neal E. “‘And There Was . . . a New Writing’: The Book of Mormon as a Never-Ending Text.” In AML Annual, 2:196–200.

Lamoreaux, Adam D. “The Work of Ezra and Nehemiah (Ezra 7–10; Nehemiah).” In Kings, 373–85.

Lane, Jennifer Clark. “Hebrew Concepts of Adoption and Redemption in the Writings of Paul.” In Apostle, 80–95.

———. “The Lord Will Redeem His People: ‘Adoptive’ Covenant and Redemption in the Old Testament.” In People, 49–60.

Lane, Keith H. “‘After Ye Have Received so Many Witnesses’: Symbolic Action in Alma 32–34.” In AML Annual, 2:201–6.

———. “The Persuasive Book of Mormon.” Digest, January: 35–42.

Larson, Kenneth Lloyd. Gulf Breeze UFOs: Measures of the Planet Earth and Designs of the New Jerusalem. Los Angeles, Calif.: By the author, 1994.

Larson, Stan, ed. The Truth, the Way, the Life: An Elementary Treatise on Theology: The Masterwork of B. H. Roberts. San Francisco, Calif.: Smith Research Associates, 1994.

Larue, Gerald A. “Secular and Religious Interpretations of Scripture.” In Religion, 17–30.

LeBaron, E. Dale. “Elijah’s Mission: His Keys, Powers, and Blessings from the Old Testament to the Latter Days.” In People, 61–73.

Leigh, Allen W. “A Look at Ephesians 2:8–9.” Dialogue, winter: 163–64.

Lockhart, Barbara Day. “What It Really Means to Be Fit: Are We Laying Foundations of Gospel Truth?” Digest, January: 50–55. [Adapted from “Observations of a Newcomer: Are We Laying the Foundations of Gospel Truth, or Are We Laying Gospel Truth Aside?” In Proceedings of the Laying the Foundations Symposium, March 22–23, 1991, ed. Neil J. Flinders and Valerie Holladay, 107–10. Provo, Utah: College of Education, Brigham Young University, 1992.]

Loveless, A. Scott. “What in the World Is Love?” This People, holiday: 40–51.

Loveless, Cheri. “Entering the Ark.” This People, holiday: 32–38.

Ludlow, Daniel H., ed. Jesus Christ and His Gospel: Selections from the Encyclopedia of Mormonism. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

Ludlow, Victor L. “The Book of Habakkuk.” In Kings, 187–92.

Lund, Gerald N. “‘If Ye Are Prepared Ye Shall Not Fear.’” In Watch, 192–219.

Lundquist, John M. “The Legitimizing Role of the Temple in the Origin of the State.” In Temples, 179–235.

———. “Temple, Covenant, and Law in the Ancient Near East and in the Old Testament.” In Temples, 272–94.

———. “What Is a Temple? A Preliminary Typology.” In Temples, 83–117.

———. “What Is Reality?” In Temples, 622–35.

Madsen, Truman G. “The Olive Press: A Symbol of Christ.” In Allegory, 1–10.

———. “Philosophy (Chs. 1–3, 8, 26–27, 33).” In Truth, lxxiii–xcv.

———. The Radiant Life. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1994.

———. “The Temple and the Atonement.” In Temples, 63–79.

———. The Temple and the Atonement. Provo, Utah: FARMS, 1994. [Booklet]

Marsh, W. Jeffrey. Unto Us a Child Is Born. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1994.

Marsh, W. Jeffrey, and Ron R. Munns. Miracles and Blessings: Old Testament Stories with Present-Day Parallels. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1994.

———. The New Testament for Today. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1994.

Matthews, Darrell L. “The Book of Obadiah.” In Kings, 264–66.

Matthews, Robert J. Behold the Messiah: New Testament Insights from Latter-day Revelation. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1994.

———. “The Jerusalem Council.” In Apostle, 96–109.

———. “Our Heritage from Joseph of Israel.” In People, 1–16.

———. “The Role of the House of Israel in the Last Days.” In Watch, 63–104.

Maxwell, Neal A. “Called to Serve.” In DS, 127–38.

———. The Christmas Scene. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1994. [Booklet]

———. Lord Increase Our Faith. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1994.

McConkie, Joseph Fielding. “False Christs.” In Watch, 39–62.

———. Sons and Daughters of God: The Loss and Restoration of Our Divine Inheritance. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1994.

McCune, George M. The Blessings of Temple Marriage in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 2d ed. Salt Lake City: Hawkes, 1993.

McKeever, Bill [W. J.]. “An American Garden of Eden.” Mormonism Researched (summer 1994): 4–5.

———. “Quetzalcoatl: Mythical God or the Jesus of Mormonism?” Mormonism Researched (winter 1994): 5.

McKinlay, Daniel B. “Temple Imagery in the Epistles of Peter.” In Temples, 492–514.

Mellott, Ed. “Christian Assurance.” Mormonism Researched (winter 1994): 6, 8.

Meservy, Keith A. “God Is with Us (Isaiah 1–17).” In Kings, 86–107.

Middleton, Michael W. “‘In Process of Time’: Working and Waiting for Zion.” In Foundations, 15–19.

———. “Paul among the Prophets: Obtaining a Crown.” In Apostle, 110–31.

Millet, Robert L. The Atonement in the Book of Mormon. Provo, Utah: FARMS, 1994. [Booklet]

———. Christ-Centered Living. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1994.

———. “Life in the Millennium.” In Watch, 167–91.

———. The Power of the Word: Saving Doctrines from the Book of Mormon. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

———. “Walking in Newness of Life: Doctrinal Themes of the Apostle Paul.” In Apostle, 132–50.

Miner, Alan C. “A Chronological Setting for the Epistles of Mormon to Moroni.” JBOMS, fall: 94–113.

Mulder, William. “Telling It Slant: Aiming for Truth in Contemporary Mormon Literature.” In AML Annual, 2:216–26.

Nadauld, Stephen D. “Increasing Faith, Reaffirming Trust, Rekindling Love.” In DS, 119–26.

Newell, Lloyd D. May Peace Be with You: Messages from “The Spoken Word.” Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

Newmeyer, Karen Haroldsen. “True Patriotism.” Women, July: 75–79.

Nibley, Hugh W. “Ancient Temples: What Do They Signify?” In Temples, 399–410. [Reprint from Ensign 2 (September 1972): 46–49.]

———. Brother Brigham Challenges the Saints. Collected Works of Hugh Nibley, vol. 13. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book; Provo, Utah: FARMS, 1994.

———. “A House of Glory.” In Temples, 29–47.

———. “On the Sacred and the Symbolic.” In Temples, 535–621.

Oaks, Dallin H. “Gospel Teachings about Lying.” Clark Memorandum (spring 1994): 12–19.

———. The Historicity of the Book of Mormon. Provo, Utah: FARMS, 1993. [Transcript of a talk given at the October 29, 1993, FARMS annual dinner]

———. “Sins and Mistakes.” In DS, 195–204.

Ogden, D. Kelly. “The Book of Amos.” In Kings, 52–60.

———. “The Book of Micah.” In Kings, 68–74.

———. “The Book of Nahum.” In Kings, 184–86.

———. “‘The Spirit of Prophecy Is the Testimony of Jesus.’” In People, 74–83.

Okazaki, Chieko N. “Grace and Glory: Strength from Our Savior.” In Covenant, 241–52.

Olsen, Steven L. “Abridging the Records of the Zoramite Mission: Mormon as Historian.” In AML Annual, 2:212–15.

Ostler, Craig J. “What Is a Mortal Messiah?” In Apostle, 151–65.

Owens, Lance S. “Joseph Smith and Kabbalah: The Occult Connection.” Dialogue, fall: 117–94.

Packer, Boyd K. For Time and All Eternity: The Parable of the Three Keys. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994. [Booklet]

Parry, Donald W. “Demarcation between Sacred Space and Profane Space: The Temple of Herod Model.” In Temples, 413–39.

———. “Garden of Eden: Prototype Sanctuary.” In Temples, 126–51.

———. “Introduction.” In Temples, xi–xxiv.

———. “Ritual Anointing with Olive Oil in Ancient Israelite Religion.” In Allegory, 262–89.

———. “Symbolic Action as Prophecy in the Old Testament.” In People, 84–100.

Parry, Jay A., and Donald W. Parry. “The Temple in Heaven: Its Description and Significance.” In Temples, 515–32.

Paulsen, David L. “Theology (Chs. 6–7, 13, 20, 23, 42).” In Truth, xcvii–cx.

Pearson, Carol Lynn. “The Interfaith Search for the Divine Feminine.” MWF, November: 12–15.

Peay, E. L. The Lands of Zarahemla: Nephi’s Promised Land in Central America: A Book of Mormon Commentary. Vol. 2. Provo, Utah: By the author, 1994.

Perkins, Jerry M. “The Patriarchal Order of the Priesthood of God.” Digest, April: 33–43.

Perry, L. Tom. “To Every Thing There Is a Season.” In DS, 19–25.

Peterson, Daniel C. “LDS Scholars Refute Attacks on the Book of Mormon.” This People, summer: 28–33.

———, ed. Review of Books on the Book of Mormon 6. Provo, Utah: FARMS, 1994.

Peterson, Kim M. “What Now?” In Serving, 196–204.

Pike, Dana M. “The Proverbs.” In Kings, 448–62.

———. “Seals and Sealing among Ancient and Latter-day Israelites.” In People, 101–17.

Pinnegar, Stefinee, Nancy Wentworth, and Brian Kerr. “David O. McKay: Spiritual Development in Teaching and Teacher Education.” In Foundations, 47–53.

Poole, Kit. Stranger at the Gate. Orem, Utah: Keepsake, 1993. [Booklet]

Pope, Margaret McConkie. This Chosen Generation: Armed with the Gifts of God: Spiritual Gifts in the Lives of Latter-day Saints. Bountiful, Utah: Horizon, 1994.

Pratt, Orson. The Seer. Prominent Works in Mormon History, vol. 1. Orem, Utah: Grandin Book, 1994.

Pritchett, Bruce M., Jr. “Lehi’s Theology of the Fall in Its Preexilic/Exilic Context.” JBOMS, fall: 49–83.

Raynes, Marybeth, and Erin Parsons. “Single Cursedness: An Overview of LDS Authorities’ Statements about Unmarried People.” In Multiply, 217–30.

Redd, J. Lyman. “Aaron’s Consecration: Its Nature, Purpose, and Meaning.” In People, 118–35.

Rees, Robert A. “Men and Women and Love.” In AML Annual, 2:282–83.

Reeve, Rex C., Jr. “The Holy Ghost Brings Testimony, Unity, and Spiritual Gifts.” In Apostle, 166–77.

Reynolds, Noel B. “Nephite Uses and Interpretations of Zenos.” In Allegory, 21–49.

Rhodes, Michael D. “Christ: The Life (Chs. 48–55).” In Truth, clv–clvii.

———. The Joseph Smith Hypocephalus . . . Seventeen Years Later. Provo, Utah: FARMS, 1994.

Richards, A. LeGrand. “One Latter-day Saint’s Pedagogy.” In Foundations, 97–101.

Richards, Stephen L. “Mormon Ideas of Home.” In Multiply, 263–69.

Ricks, Stephen D. “The Garment of Adam in Jewish, Muslim, and Christian Tradition.” In Temples, 705–39.

———. “Liturgy and Cosmogony: The Ritual Use of Creation Accounts in the Ancient Near East.” In Temples, 118–25.

———. “Olive Culture in the Second Temple Era and Early Rabbinic Period.” In Allegory, 460–76.

———. “A Watchman to the House of Israel (Ezekiel 1–24).” In Kings, 267–85.

Ricks, Stephen D., and John J. Sroka. “King, Coronation, and Temple: Enthronement Ceremonies in History.” In Temples, 236–71.

Ricks, Stephen D., and Michael A. Carter. “Temple-Building Motifs: Mesopotamia, Ancient Israel, Ugarit, and Kirtland.” In Temples, 152–76.

Riddle, Chauncey C. “Creating Zion.” In Foundations, 91–95.

Roberts, B. H. The Seventy’s Course in Theology. Prominent Works in Mormon History, vol. 5. Orem, Utah: Grandin Book, 1994. [Reprinted in one volume]

Roberts, Richard C. “The Renewal of ‘the Way’ (Ch. 47).” In Truth, cxlix– cliv.

Robinson, Stephen E. “Enduring to the End.” In Watch, 220–29.

Rust, Richard Dilworth. “Liminality in the Book of Mormon.” In AML Annual, 2:207–11.

———. “Recurrence in Book of Mormon Narratives.” JBOMS, spring: 39–52.

Rytting, Marvin. “Exhortations for Chastity: A Content Analysis of Church Literature.” In Multiply, 85–102.

Sampson, Joe. Written by the Finger of God: Decoding Ancient Languages: A Testimony of Joseph Smith’s Translations. Sandy, Utah: Wellspring, 1993.

Schaalje, G. Bruce, John L. Hilton, and John B. Archer. “Comparison of Objective Author Attribution Techniques for Original and Translated Works.” In DLLS, 81–86.

Scott, John G. “A Triumph of Faith: Paul’s Teachings in Second Timothy.” In Apostle, 178–87.

Seely, David Rolph. “The Allegory of the Olive Tree and the Use of Related Figurative Language in the Ancient Near East and the Old Testament.” In Allegory, 290–304.

———. “The Bible and the Dispensations from Adam to Abraham (Chs. 16–18, 34–38).” In Truth, cxxxii–cxl.

———. “The Book of Jonah.” In Kings, 46–51.

———. “Ecclesiastes.” In Kings, 463–66.

———. “I Am with Thee, to Deliver Thee (Jeremiah 1–20).” In Kings, 214–34.

———. “Kings and Chronicles.” In Kings, 4–11.

———. “The Lord Is Our Judge and Our King (Isaiah 18–33).” In Kings, 108–27.

———. “The Lord Will Bring Salvation (Isaiah 51–66).” In Kings, 146–64.

———. “The Ministry of Jeremiah (Jeremiah 1, 25–29, 32–45, 52).” In Kings, 193–213.

———. “A Prophet over the Nations (Jeremiah 21–24, 30–31, 46–51).” In Kings, 235–52.

———. “The Song of Solomon.” In Kings, 467–70.

Seely, David Rolph, and John W. Welch. “Zenos and the Texts of the Old Testament.” In Allegory, 322–46.

Seely, Jo Ann H. “Lamentations.” In Kings, 253–57.

Shenk, Robert. “The Coherence of the Biblical Story of Balaam.” L&B, 31–51.

Shirts, Randall B. “On Being a Mormon Scientist.” James E. Talmage Society 1 (fall 1993): 3–4.

Silva, Erin R. “Matricidal Patriarchy: Some Thoughts toward Understanding the Devaluation of Women in the Church.” Dialogue, summer: 139–55.

Simon, Josh. “Who Was Jesus?” Life (December 1994): 66–82. [Jessie Embry’s views]

Skinner, Andrew C. “The Atonement (Chs. 19, 39–45).” In Truth, cxli–cxlviii.

———. “The Book of Haggai.” In Kings, 346–50.

———. “Israel and Judah in the Ninth and Eighth Centuries before Christ (2 Kings 11–17; 2 Chronicles 23–28).” In Kings, 33–45.

———. “Jacob in the Presence of God.” In People, 136–49.

———. “Kings and Prophets in Divided Israel (1 Kings 12–2 Kings 10; 2 Chronicles 10–22).” In Kings, 20–32.

———. “The Reign of Hezekiah (2 Kings 18–20; 2 Chronicles 29–32).” In Kings, 75–79.

———. “The Return from Exile (Ezra 1–6).” In Kings, 334–45.

Skousen, Royal. “Critical Methodology and the Text of the Book of Mormon.” In DLLS, 87–97.

———. “Jacob 4–6: Substantive Textual Variants between Manuscripts and Editions.” In Allegory, 105–39.

———. “The Original Language of the Book of Mormon: Upstate New York Dialect, King James English, or Hebrew?” JBOMS, spring: 28–38.

Slack, Reed D. “The Mormon Belief of an Inspired Constitution.” Journal of Church and State 36 (winter 1994): 35–56.

Smith, Barbara B., and Shirley W. Thomas. Words for Women: Promises of Prophets. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1994.

Smith, Grant Tucker. “I’ve a Mother There: Identity, Language, and Experience in Mormon Women’s Literature.” Ph.D. diss., University of Iowa, 1993.

Smoot, L. Douglas. “The Two Great Promises.” In DS, 167–75.

Snow, Edgar C., Jr. “Of Curious Workmanship.” Sunstone, December: 14–15.

Sorensen, Elaine Shaw. “Evening Balm and Morning Manna: Daily Gifts of Healing Grace.” In Covenant, 262–71.

Sorenson, John L. The Book of Mormon and Ancient America. Provo, Utah: FARMS, 1994. [Booklet]

———. “Evidence for Tents in the Book of Mormon.” Insights, no. 94:2.

———. “Was There Leprosy among the Nephites?” Insights, no. 96:2.

Stevens, Thelona. “The Background of the Inspired Version.” Restoration Voice 93 (January/February 1994): 15–17. [Compiled from The Book of Remembrance, the Brass Plates, and the Inspired Version, 21–28. Independence, Mo.: Foundation for Research on Ancient America, 1987.]

Strathearn, Gaye. “The Jewish and Gentile Missions: Paul’s Role in the Transition.” In Apostle, 188–205.

Strathearn, Gaye. “The Wife/Sister Experience: Pharaoh’s Introduction to Jehovah.” In People, 150–65.

Szink, Terrence L. “The Reign of Solomon (1 Kings 1–11; 2 Chronicles 1–9).” In Kings, 12–19.

Tanner, John S. “The Book of Job.” In Kings, 391–406.

Thomas, M. Catherine. “The Brother of Jared at the Veil.” In Temples, 388–98.

———. “‘The Doer of Our Deeds and the Speaker of Our Words.’” In DS, 45–52.

———. “From Malachi to John the Baptist: The Dynamics of Apostasy.” In Kings, 471–83.

———. “Hebrews: To Ascend the Holy Mount.” In Temples, 479–91.

———. “Jacob’s Allegory: The Mystery of Christ.” In Allegory, 11–20.

———. “The Provocation in the Wilderness and the Rejection of Grace.” In People, 166–77.

———. “Using the Book of Mormon to Face the Tests Ahead.” In Watch, 16–38.

Thomasson, Gordon C. “Revisiting the Land of Jerusalem via the Dead Sea Scrolls.” Insights, no. 93:2.

———. “What’s in a Name? Book of Mormon Language, Names, and [Metonymic] Naming.” JBOMS, spring: 1–27.

Thompson, John S. “The Jaredite Exodus: A Literary Perspective of a Historical Narrative.” JBOMS, spring: 104–12.

Thompson, Stephen E. “Searching for the ‘Historical Jesus.’” Sunstone, June: 58–61.

Thomson, Dennis L. “African Religion and Mormon Doctrine: Comparisons and Commonalities.” In Religion in Africa: Experience and Expression, ed. Thomas D. Blakely, Walter E. A. van Beek, and Dennis L. Thomson, 89–99. David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies, monograph series vol. 4. Portsmouth, N.H.: Heinemann, 1994.

Trimble, Brenda. “The Feathered Serpent.” Witness, no. 85:7–9.

Tvedtnes, John A. “Borrowings from the Parable of Zenos.” In Allegory, 373–426.

———. “Faith and Truth.” JBOMS, fall: 114–17.

———. “Historical Parallels to the Destruction at the Time of the Crucifixion.” JBOMS, spring: 170–86.

———. “The Influence of Lehi’s Admonitions on the Teachings of His Son Jacob.” JBOMS, fall: 34–48.

———. “My First-Born in the Wilderness.” JBOMS, spring: 207–9.

———. “Olive Oil: Symbol of the Holy Ghost.” In Allegory, 427–59.

———. “Priestly Clothing in Bible Times.” In Temples, 649–704.

———. “Vineyard or Olive Orchard?” In Allegory, 477–83.

Ulrich, Laurel Thatcher. “Resist Not Evil.” Exponent, no. 3:8.

Underwood, Grant. “Jacob 5 in the Nineteenth Century.” In Allegory, 50–69.

Valletta, Thomas R. “The Book of Mormon as a Testimony of Jesus Christ.” In Serving, 251–61.

———. “The Exodus: Prophetic Type and the Plan of Redemption.” In People, 178–90.

Volluz, Corbin T. “Cry Redemption: The Plan of Redemption as Taught in the Book of Mormon.” JBOMS, spring: 148–69.

Von Harrison, Grant. Is Kissing Sinful? Orem, Utah: Keepsake Paperbacks, 1994. [Booklet]

———. Missionaries Need to Know God. Orem, Utah: Keepsake Paperbacks, 1994. [Booklet]

———. Seeing with an Eye of Faith. Orem, Utah: Grandin Book, 1994.

Walker, Gary Lee. “The Fall of the Kingdom of Judah (2 Kings 21–25; 2 Chronicles 33–36).” In Kings, 165–77.

Walker, Steven C., and Ardith W. Walker. “Healing What Really Hurts: He Will Ease Our Burdens.” In Covenant, 34–44.

Wardle, Lynn D. “Dissent: Perspectives from the Book of Mormon.” JBOMS, spring: 53–73.

Weeks, Clyde E., Jr. A Thousand Holy Temples in the Earth! Orem, Utah: Magnificent Mormon Manuscripts, [1994].

Welch, John W. “Introduction.” In Truth, xi–xxxvii.

———. “The Last Words of Cenez and the Book of Mormon.” In Allegory, 305–21.

———. “Powerful Personal Testimonies of Christ from the Book of Mormon [Part 1].” Witness, no. 85:4–7, 10.

———. “Powerful Personal Testimonies of Christ from the Book of Mormon [Part 2].” Witness, no. 86:6, 11, 14–15.

———. “The Temple in the Book of Mormon: The Temples at the Cities of Nephi, Zarahemla, and Bountiful.” In Temples, 297–387.

———. “Words and Phrases in Jacob 5.” In Allegory, 174–85.

Welch, John W. and Stephen D. Ricks. “Introduction.” In Allegory, ix–xiv.

Williams, Jeff J. Who Was the Pharaoh of the Exodus? Bountiful, Utah: Horizon, 1994.

Woolley, Bruce H. “Using the Tools and Helps Contained in the Latter-day Saint Edition of the Scriptures.” JCA, spring: 14–17.

Yorgason, Blaine M. Spiritual Progression in the Last Days. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.


Works published about the history of Mormons, Mormonism, and the Mormon Church.


Adams, Kellene Ricks. “Giving Thanks: Utah’s Rich Tradition of Harvesting Gratitude.” Pioneer 41 (November/December 1994): 8–11.

———. “The Mormon Corridor: Linking Great Salt Lake City to the Pacific.” Pioneer 41 (March/April 1994): 4–7.

———. “Scouting the Valley: The Salt Lake Valley’s First Mormons.” Pioneer 41 (July/August 1994): 16–19.

Alexander, Thomas G. “Stewardship and Enterprise: The LDS Church and the Wasatch Oasis Environment, 1847–1930.” Western Historical Quarterly 25 (autumn 1994): 341–64.

Allen, James B., Jessie L. Embry, and Kahlile B. Mehr. Hearts Turned to the Fathers. Provo, Utah: BYU Studies, 1994–95. Also in BYU Studies 34, no. 2. [Entire issue]

Alley, Stephen L. “A First-Person Account of Pioneer Industry.” Pioneer 41 (May/June 1994): 31.

Anderson, Jeffrey L. “Cold Shoulders, Hot Arrows: Colonizing Monroe, Utah.” Pioneer 41 (March/April 1994): 12–15.

———. “The Harvest: Waging a Battle against Nature for Survival in Pioneer Utah.” Pioneer 41 (November/December 1994): 4–7.

Anderson, Richard L. Testimonies of the Three Witnesses. Provo, Utah: FARMS, 1994. [Booklet]

Anderson, Terry L., and Peter J. Hill, eds. The Political Economy of the American West. Lanham, Md.: Rowman and Littlefield, 1994. [Mentions Mormons]

Arrington, Leonard J. History of Idaho. 2 vols. Moscow: University of Idaho Press; Boise: Idaho State Historical Society, 1994.

———. “The Mormon Experience in Idaho.” NP, December: 2–6.

Ashment, Edward H. “The LDS Temple Ceremony: Historical Origins and Religious Value.” Dialogue, fall: 289–98.

Bagley, Will, and Harold Schindler. West from Fort Bridger: The Pioneering of the Immigrant Trails across Utah, 1846–1850. Logan: Utah State University Press, 1994.

Bamburg, Glenn, and Maxine Bamburg. “Haunted Mesa Country: Uncovering Anasazi History in Utah.” Off Road 28 (December 1994): 94–96.

Barkun, Michael. Religion and the Racist Right: The Origins of the Christian Identity Movement. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1994. [Brief Mormon content]

Bateman, Lucinda. “Women of Faith and Healing.” Women, March: 53–67.

Beecher, Maureen Ursenbach. “‘Tryed and Purified as Gold’: Mormon Women’s ‘Lives.’BYU Studies, no. 4:16–34.

Belk, Russell W. “Battling Worldliness in the New Zion: Mercantilism Versus Homespun in Nineteenth-Century Utah.” Journal of Macromarketing 14 (spring 1994): 9–22.

Bell, E. Jay. “The Windows of Heaven Revisited: The 1899 Tithing Reformation.” JMH, spring: 45–83.

Benson, Michael T. “Harry S. Truman as a Modern Cyrus.” BYU Studies, no. 1:6–27. [Orson Hyde’s mission to Palestine]

Bishop, M. Guy. “The Saints and the Captain: The Mormons Meet Richard F. Burton.” Journal of the West 33 (October 1994): 28–35.

Bitton, Davis. Historical Dictionary of Mormonism. Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow, 1994.

———. The Martyrdom Remembered: A One-Hundred-Fifty-Year Perspective on the Assassination of Joseph Smith. Salt Lake City: Aspen Books, 1994.

———. The Ritualization of Mormon History and Other Essays. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1994.

Blake, Reed H., and Spencer H. Blake. The Carthage Tragedy: The Martyrdom of Joseph Smith. Provo, Utah: LDS Book Publications, 1994.

Bohn, David. “The Larger Issue.” Sunstone, February: 45–63.

Boren, Karen. “At Home in Zion: Utah’s Jewish Pioneers.” Pioneer 41 (May/June 1994): 8–11.

———. “The Brothers Auerbach.” Salt Lake City 5 (September/October 1994): 31–35.

———. “Pushcart Psalmists: Poignant Prose from Pioneer Journals.” Pioneer 41 (January/February 1994): 13–15.

Bowen, Marshall E. Utah People in the Nevada Desert: Homestead and Community on a Twentieth Century Farmer’s Frontier. Logan: Utah State University Press, 1994.

Bradley, Martha Sonntag. “‘Seizing Sacred Space’: Women’s Engagement in Early Mormonism.” Dialogue, summer: 57–70.

Bringhurst, Newell G. “Joseph Smith, the Mormons, and Antebellum Reform—a Closer Look.” JWHAJ, 73–91.

Brooke, John L. The Refiner’s Fire: The Making of Mormon Cosmology, 1644–1844. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994.

Brown, S. Kent, Donald Q. Cannon, and Richard H. Jackson, eds. Historical Atlas of Mormonism. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1994.

Brugge, David M. The Navajo-Hopi Land Dispute: An American Tragedy. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1994.

Buerger, David John. The Mysteries of Godliness: A History of Mormon Temple Worship. San Francisco: Smith Research Associates; Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1994.

Card, Brigham Y. “The Canadian Mormon Settlements, 1886–1925: A North-American Perspective.” Canadian Ethnic Studies 26, no. 1 (1994): 19–39.

Carlock, Robert H. The Hashknife: The Early Days of the Aztec Land and Cattle Company, Limited. Tucson, Ariz.: Westernlore Press, 1994.

Carmack, Noel A. “A Note on Nauvoo Theater.” BYU Studies, no. 1:94–100.

Chalfant, William Y. Dangerous Passage: The Santa Fe Trail and the Mexican War. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1994. [Mormon Battalion]

Clement, Patsy. “The End of the Nauvoo Era: Through the Eyes of Warren Foote.” MHM, September/October: 37–42.

Coates, Lawrence G., and others. “The Mormon Settlement of Southeastern Idaho, 1845–1900.” JMH, fall: 45–62.

Connors, William P. “Mormon Opposition Literature: A Historiographical Critique and Case Study, 1844–57.” Master’s thesis, Brigham Young University, 1994.

Crampton, C. Gregory, and Steven K. Madsen. In Search of the Spanish Trail: Santa Fe to Los Angeles, 1829–1848. Layton, Utah: Gibbs-Smith, 1994.

DeLafosse, Peter H., ed. Trailing the Pioneers: A Guide to Utah’s Emigrant Trails, 1829–1869. Logan: Utah State University Press, with Utah Crossroads, Oregon-California Trails Association, 1994.

“Delegate Charles Nettleton Strevell Recalls the Constitutional Convention.” BH, 25–29.

Dobay, Clara V. “Intellect and Faith: The Controversy over Revisionist Mormon History.” Dialogue, spring: 91–105.

Dockstader, Julie A. “The Cotton Mission: Sinking Pioneer Roots in Red Earth.” Pioneer 41 (September/October 1994): 16–18, 31.

Driggs, Ken. “Murder in Georgia: ‘There Is No Law in Georgia for Mormons.’” MHM, September/October: 28–36.

Dudley, L. Todd. “All but Two: The Disaffection of Ten of the Original Twelve Modern Apostles.” Honors project, Brigham Young University, 1994.

“The 1827 Log Courthouse Was Used as the Lord’s Storehouse.” Vision 16 (June 1994): 8–9.

Ellsworth, S. George, and Kathleen C. Perrin. Seasons of Faith and Courage: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in French Polynesia—a Sesquicentennial History, 1843–1993. Sandy, Utah: Yves R. Perrin, 1994.

Embry, Jessie L. “Recording Women’s Lives.” In Covenant, 205–10.

Esplin, Ronald L. “Tragedy in the Meadows.” MHM, May/June: 28–34.

Fife, Jennifer L. “Pioneer Harmonies: Mormon Women and Music in Utah, 1847–1900.” Master’s thesis, Utah State University, 1994.

Finney, Jo Ann. “Tired Sore in the Wilderness: A Pioneer Family on the Plains.” MHM, December: 13–18.

Fleek, Sherman L. “Death of a Prophet.” MHM, July/August: 24–32.

———. “Ordeal by Handcart: ‘The Handcart Pioneers’ Winter of Discontent.’” MHM, December: 20–26.

———. “Thomas L. Kane: Friend of the Saints.” MHM, May/June: 36–40, 42.

Foster, Lawrence. “Women and Utopia: Life among the Shakers, Oneidans, and Mormons.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living 82 (spring 1994): 53–56.

French, Laurence Armand. The Winds of Injustice: American Indians and the U.S. Government. New York: Garland, 1994. [Mormon/Indian relations]

Garr, Arnold K., and Clark V. Johnson, eds. Regional Studies in Latter-day Saint Church History: Missouri. Provo, Utah: Department of Church History and Doctrine, Brigham Young University, 1994.

Gibbs, Linda Jones. “The Paris Art Mission: Bringing the Refining Influences of Art Home to Utah.” Pioneer 41 (January/February 1994): 4–11.

Gilmore, Mikal. “Shot in the Heart.” Rolling Stone, June 16, 1994, 54–57, 118. [Gary Gilmore]

Godfrey, Audrey M. “Mormons and the Dance.” MHM, September/October: 23, 25, 27.

Godfrey, Kenneth W. “Those Other Illinois Mormons: Latter-day Saints Who Did Not Reside in Nauvoo.” MHM, December: 36–41.

———. “A Time, a Season, When Murder Was in the Air: The Martyrdoms of Joseph and Hyrum Smith after 150 Years.” MHM, July/August: 34–39.

Godfrey, Matthew C. “The Beginnings of the Church in Asia.” MHM, September/October: 15–19.

Golding, Robyn. “The Acquittal of a Community: The Trial of the Assassins of Joseph and Hyrum Smith.” MHM, July/August: 40–47.

Gómez, Arthur R. Quest for the Golden Circle: The Four Corners and the Metropolitan West 1945–1970. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico, 1994. [Mentions Mormons]

Graham, D. Kurt. “The Mormon Migration to Wyoming’s Big Horn Basin in 1900.” Master’s thesis, Brigham Young University, 1994.

Graves, F. Charles. “Christmas Cooking: Pioneer Culinary Tradition Was Shaped by Time and Circumstance.” Pioneer 41 (November/December 1994): 12–15.

“Gun Report: The Mormon Experience.” New American 10 (February 21, 1994): 36.

Gunzenhauser, Karla. “The Settlement at Garden Grove, Iowa.” Nauvoo, fall: 14–44.

Hall, Shawn R. Romancing Nevada’s Past: Ghost Towns and Historic Sites of Eureka, Lander, and White Pine Counties. Reno: University of Nevada Press, 1994. [Includes Mormon towns of Preston and Lund]

Hansen, Klaus J. “Changing Perspectives on Sexuality and Marriage.” In Multiply, 19–46.

Hardy, B. Carmon. “Lords of Creation: Polygamy, the Abrahamic Household, and Mormon Patriarchy.” JMH, spring: 119–52.

Hart, John L. “Pioneers in Blue.” Pioneer 41 (May/June 1994): 4–7.

Hartley, William G. “Enough Water: Baptism—an Ever Changing Quality.” MHM, September/October: 22, 24, 26–27.

———. “Family Stories—Handle with Care.” Digest, August: 7–9.

———. “Mormons in American History.” MHM, March/April: 12–17.

Harvey, Mark W. T. A Symbol of Wilderness: Echo Park and the American Conservation Movement. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1994. [Mormon pioneers]

Hatch, Nathan O. “Mormon and Methodist: Popular Religion in the Crucible of the Free Market.” JMH, spring: 24–44.

Hicks, Michael. “A Decent Kingdom: Notes on Pioneer Music.” Pioneer 41 (January/February 1994): 20–22.

———. “Joseph Smith, W. W. Phelps, and the Poetic Paraphrase of ‘The Vision.’” JMH, fall: 63–84.

Hill, Marvin S. “Positivism or Subjectivism? Some Reflections on a Mormon Historical Dilemma.” JMH, spring: 1–23.

Hilton, Lynn M., and Hope A. Hilton, ed. Ensign Club History: 1908–1994. Salt Lake City: Ensign Club, 1994.

Holmes, Brent Michael. “The Settlement of Victor.” Snake River Echoes 23 (November 1994): 35–36.

Holmes, Gail Geo., comp. “Kanesville, Iowa, Revealed in Pages of the Frontier Guardian.Nauvoo, spring: 8–15.

Holzapfel, Richard N. “The Nauvoo House: A Good House, Worthy of All Acceptation.” MHM, December: 43–44.

Homer, Michael W. “Spiritualism and Mormonism: Some Thoughts on Similarities and Differences.” Dialogue, spring: 171–91.

Howard, Richard P. “The Evolving RLDS Identity.” JWHAJ, 2–10.

Hughes, Dean, and Tom Hughes. Great Stories from Mormon History. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

Jackson, Richard H. “People and Place in a Harsh Land: The Cultural Geography of the Great Basin.” In Natural History of the Colorado Plateau and Great Basin, ed. Kimball T. Harper and others, 125–45. Niwot: University Press of Colorado, 1994. [Mormon references]

Jacobs, Wilbur R. On Turner’s Trail: 100 Years of Writing Western History. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 1994. [Mentions Mormons]

Jaeckel, Nancy K. “Manti: The Life of a Shell-Bark Hickory Grove.” Nauvoo, fall: 45–64.

Jensen, Billie Barnes. “In the Weird and Wooly West: Anti-Suffrage Women, Gender Issues, and Woman Suffrage in the West.” Journal of the West 32 (July 1993): 41–51.

Johnson, Jeffery O. “Change and Growth: The Mormon Church and the 1960s.” Sunstone, June: 25–29.

Johnson, Mary A., comp. “Indian Tribes and the Utah Pioneers.” CC, 377–424.

Johnston, Jerry. “Brigham’s City: The Grand Colonial Experiment in Northern Utah.” Pioneer 41 (March/April 1994): 8–11.

Kauffman, Ruth, and Reginald Wright Kauffman. The Latter-day Saints: A Study of the Mormons in the Light of Economic Conditions. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1994.

Khan, Nusrat. “Mormonism—The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.” Review of Religions 89 (October 1994): 38–44.

Kuta, Timothy J. “Apostles to the Slavs: Gospel Messengers in Bulgaria.” Digest, August: 11–31.

Landon, Michael N. “Las Colonias: A Little Bit of Utah in Mexico.” Pioneer 41 (March/April 1994): 17–19.

Larsen, Wesley P. “Navajo Chief Peokon: Impediment to the Settlement of the San Juan.” Canyon Legacy 22 (fall/winter 1994): 26–33.

Launius, Roger D. “The ‘New Social History’ and the ‘New Mormon History’: Reflections on Recent Trends.” Dialogue, spring: 109–27.

Launius, Roger D., and Linda Thatcher. “Mormonism and the Dynamics of Dissent.” In Differing, 1–22.

Lawliss, Chuck. The Old West Sourcebook: A Traveler’s Guide. New York: Crown Trade Paperbacks, 1994. [Mormon references]

LeSueur, Stephen C. “The Danites Reconsidered: Were They Vigilantes or Just the Mormons’ Version of the Elks Club?” JWHAJ, 35–51.

“Louis Laville Coray Worked to Preserve Utah’s Constitution.” BH, 30–32.

Lundahl, Craig R. “A Nonscience Forerunner to Modern Near-Death Studies in America.” Omega: Journal of Death and Dying 28, no. 1 (1993–94): 63–78.

Lyon, Ted. “An Interview with Jorge Luis Borges: Conversation and Commentary on Art, Strength, and Religion.” BYU Studies, no. 1:74–93.

Madsen, Carol Cornwall. In Their Own Words: Women and the Story of Nauvoo. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1994.

Malouf, Beatrice B., comp. “A Century Ago—1893.” CC, 1–44.

———. “Markers Placed by the Daughters of Utah Pioneers.” CC, 325–76.

———. “Pioneer Potpourri.” CC, 233–76.

Mangum, Garth. “Business in Utah’s History.” Utah Business 7 (March/April 1994): 99–103.

Marquardt, H. Michael, and Wesley P. Walters. Inventing Mormonism: Tradition and the Historical Record. Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1994.

Martin, Jane Chapman. “A Building Mission: John Watkins and John Told: Answering the Call.” Salt Lake City 5 (March/April 1994): 46–52.

Matthews, Robert, and Tom Merriam. “A Bard by Any Other Name.” New Scientist 141 (January 22, 1994): 23–27. [Joseph Smith]

Mauss, Armand L. The Angel and the Beehive: The Mormon Struggle with Assimilation. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1994.

May, Dean L. “Dissent and Authority in Two Latter-day Saint Traditions.” Sunstone, June: 16–20.

———. Three Frontiers: Family, Land, and Society in the American West, 1850–1900. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1994. [Mormon references]

McCormick, John S. “Utah’s Constitution Was Framed in Salt Lake City and County Building.” BH, 8–12.

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About the author(s)

Ellen M. Copley is the Special Collections and Manuscripts Reading Room Manager, Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University.


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