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Volume 35:3 (1995-96)


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Anti-Mormons are up to their old tricks, argues Massimo Introvigne in “Old Wine in New Bottles.” He takes a historical approach in exposing the elements of postrationalist anti-Mormonism. Mark L. Grover tells the riveting story of an LDS branch president’s execution in San Marco, Mexico, because he provided refuge for members of the Church fleeing the violence of the Mexican revolution. Also, Robert W. Fogel charts American cycles of religiosity and their political outcomes. Two articles about art in religion are also found in this issue: One deals with the significance of Mormon folk art in building unity, and the other discusses how depictions of silence in art convey powerful messages about the existence of God.

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