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Volume 53:3 (2014)


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BYU Studies Quarterly 53.3 presents articles that will appeal to a wide audience.

Jack Harrell, an author of short stories and other fiction, describes his search for a Mormon literary theory, finding in Mormon literature a foundation of meaning and ethics that may belong in the post-postmodern movement.

Cheryl Preston writes that Church structure is, in many ways, less hierarchical than might be expected by an outsider and offers unique opportunities for integrating the individual member-worshipper in theological knowledge and practice.

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