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Volume 23:2 (Spring 1983)


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To commemorate the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s birth, Hans-Wilhelm Kelling reviews the famous reformer’s life, explaining why he is honored by the LDS community. This issue also features an analysis of why five Western novels perpetuated the myth of the Mormon Danites in the nineteenth century. In a further examination of negative images of Mormonism, Roger Launius describes the American Home Missionary Society’s collection of letters written by Protestant ministers, many of which are LDS-related and not always friendly.

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