This issue of BYU Studies contains articles on a variety of topics. Frederick Buchanan chronicles the life of Robert Lang Campbell, a Scot who immigrated to Utah and was involved in school governance and served in many associations. Eugene England tackles the topic of the Mormon concept of God, regarding perfection and progression. Robert L. Millet takes on contemporaneous Mormon historians regarding the Godhead and Mormon theology. Lester Allen discusses the “uncommon denominator” of science and religion, specifically regarding the nature of matter and space. The Mormon Bibliography for 1988 lists significant publications for and about Mormons: arts, bibliographies, biographies, current events, doctrine, history, and inspirational.