NEW! - Issue 52:4
Read Galen Fletcher's work on Ernest Wilkinson's crucial role in founding the BYU Law School in 1970. Then, Craig Harline shows how studying really old history provides us insight about change, including change that people once believed could never happen. Diane Wirth points out depictions of seven tribes in ancient Mesoamerican records that may reflect the seven tribes of the Book of Mormon.
Recent Most Popular Journal - Issue 44:2
Robert Barrett and Susan Easton Black's article on Arnold Friberg, Harry Anderson, Tom Lovell and Ken Riley, who created art for the LDS Church in the 1950s and 60s will help you appreciate art you probably see frequently but may have taken for granted. Barrett, himself a prominent LDS artist, tells why such art is important, and Black, a masterful storyteller, tells the stories behind the four artists who created it.