Book review: Saints Vol. II

The Church history department didn't disappoint with Saints Vol II. I will say, this one will be harder to talk about around the dinner table (I already sparked one family fight) A gripping tale with complex characters, moral ambiguity, and great pacing.

Facing the past responsibly: Book review of “The Plural Marriage Revelation”

I picked up Textual Studies of the Doctrine and Covenants from a favorite publisher of mine, Greg Kofford books. The topic matter at hand, plural marriage, always nags in the background of Mormon consciousness, but we often don't seek to confront it head-on. I liked this note on the editing out of polygamy in Church... Continue Reading →

The church with a soul of a nation versus the nation with the soul of a church: Book review of “Politics of American Religious Identity”

I believe I picked up Politics of American Religious Identity: The Seating of Senator Reed Smoot, Mormon Apostle, from a Goodreads recommendation based on my LDS history bookshelf. A fascinating read in one of the most well-known, yet simultaneously forgotten, turning points in the Latter-Day Saint faith tradition. Have you ever heard of Reed Smoot... Continue Reading →

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