Volume 43:4 (2004)

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In issue 43.4 of BYU Studies, Richard Mouw adds to the discussion between Evangelicals and Mormons by looking at our different ways of viewing America (is America a Zion or a Babylon?). Kent Bessey explains infinity in a way that helps us understand God’s mysteries. Scott Faulring examines The Articles of the Church of Christ, written by Oliver Cowdery in 1829, which was a precursor to Doctrine and Covenants 20. Lawyer Gordon Madsen looks at the validity of the charge of treason against Joseph Smith and others in 1838, a charge that landed them in Liberty Jail. An article about the ship Brooklyn contains a newly relocated painting of the ship as well as a review of the library the Saints carried with them on that historic voyage.

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In issue 43.4 of BYU Studies, Richard Mouw adds to the discussion between Evangelicals and Mormons by looking at our different ways of viewing America (is America a Zion or a Babylon?). Kent Bessey explains infinity in a way that helps us understand God’s mysteries. Scott Faulring examines The Articles of the Church of Christ, written by Oliver Cowdery in 1829, which was a precursor to Doctrine and Covenants 20. Lawyer Gordon Madsen looks at the validity of the charge of treason against Joseph Smith and others in 1838, a charge that landed them in Liberty Jail. An article about the ship Brooklyn contains a newly relocated painting of the ship as well as a review of the library the Saints carried with them on that historic voyage.

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