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BYU Studies 43/4 (2004)
|Title||BYU Studies 43/4 (2004)|
|Secondary Authors||Welch, John W.|
|Year of Publication||2004|
Richard Mouw, a prominent Protestant scholar, 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 the earliest statement of Church beliefs and practices. 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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