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Volume 7:1 (Autumn 1965)

Volume 7:1 (Autumn 1965)


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Volume 7:1 (Autumn 1965)

In "The Expanding Gospel" Hugh W. Nibley writes of the Roman thought of how a man's mind and intellect may always be continuing to grow, expand, and learn in the Gospel while God and His teachings do not change. Also here how all the critics of how Wuthering Heights came to be may all be correct. Emily Bronte may have combined the influences of Irish and German to develop this story of despair. Read more in "Irish Heaths and German Cliffs: A Study of the Foreign Sources of Wuthering Heights" by Ruth M. MacKay."

Table of Contents
Hugh W. Nibley
ArticlePg. 3
Harold K. Moon
ArticlePg. 40
William L. Knecht
ArticlePg. 53
L. Douglas Hill
ArticlePg. 61
Bertrand L. Ball Jr.
ArticlePg. 68
James R. Clark
Book ReviewPg. 83
Gerrit de Jong Jr.
Book ReviewPg. 85
F. Kent Nielsen
Book ReviewPg. 87
BYU Studies Staff
Book NotePg. 89
BYU Studies Staff
Book NotePg. 89