Volume 35:1 (1995)

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Native American pottery provides an artistic medium through which devoted Latter-day Saints share gospel themes. Eric Samuelson, In Whither Mormon Drama? discusses the present state of Mormon drama and points out and calls for plays with genuine substance. Thomas Alexander takes a historical look at the modernization and beautification of Salt Lake City. This BYU Studies also publishes four various perspectives on Harold Bloom’s view of the LDS tradition, Joseph Smith, and the future of the Church, in his book The American Religion. Don’t miss Garold N. Davis and Norma S. Davis’s article that features personal interviews with East German saints who survived World War II and Germany’s Communist regime.

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Native American pottery provides an artistic medium through which devoted Latter-day Saints share gospel themes. Eric Samuelson, In Whither Mormon Drama? discusses the present state of Mormon drama and points out and calls for plays with genuine substance. Thomas Alexander takes a historical look at the modernization and beautification of Salt Lake City. This BYU Studies also publishes four various perspectives on Harold Bloom’s view of the LDS tradition, Joseph Smith, and the future of the Church, in his book The American Religion. Don’t miss Garold N. Davis and Norma S. Davis’s article that features personal interviews with East German saints who survived World War II and Germany’s Communist regime.

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Weight 14.4 oz
Dimensions 9 × 6 × .5 in