4 edition of Making Space for the Mormons (The Arrington Lecture Series) found in the catalog.
Making Space for the Mormons (The Arrington Lecture Series)
Richard L. Bushman
by Utah State University Press
Written in English
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Its those darn Mormons of course. Evil intelligences from outer space have been in contact with them since Joseph Smith’s first vision. The United States government finds out and seeks to take advantage. What average Mormons don’t know, apparently, is that the highest leadership is controlled by Reptilian aliens. Mormons actually believe that their version of God lives on a planet called Kobol, so their heavy presence in outer space fits right in with their theology. Colonizing the universe could easily be seen as a large part of their Theosis.
The Book of Mormon (the musical) gets its name and many of its jokes from the original Book of Mormon (“translated by the power of God”). It is supposed to be the work of various prophets. 35 Making Space for the Mormons types, and innumerable other matters in our preoccupation with move-ment between cities. Other maps record other values, and were we to bring together all the maps, we would have a map not just of space but of contemporary culture. Maps and culture continually interact, the.
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Making Space on the Western Frontier: Mormons, Miners, and Southern Paiutes Reviewer Jay H. Buckley University of Utah historian W. Paul Reeve has written an intriguing and engaging monograph examining the dynamic interchange between Mormons, miners, and Southern Paiutes along the Great Basin's southern rim.
Making Space on the Western Frontier Mormons, Miners, and Southern Paiutes Awards and Recognition: Smith-Petit Best First Book Award, Mormon History Association, Exploring the cultural interactions on the southern rim of the Great Basin in. Mormons, miners, and Southern Paiutes continued to mix with each other, their paths intersecting in time and space, but against a geographic backdrop of their own making.
Even though Mormons and Paiutes were given no meaningful voice in border politics, they assumed spirited roles in shaping the western frontier.
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First staged inthe play is a satirical examination of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' beliefs and practices that ultimately endorses the positive power of love and service.
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Making Space on the Western Frontier: Mormons, Miners, and Southern Paiutes; W. Paul Reeve and values that forced Mormons, miners, and Southern Paiutes to sort out their own identity and find new meaning in the mess. W. Paul Reeve, Making Space on the Western Frontier: Mormons, Miners, and Southern Paiutes, (Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, ), pgs.
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[W Paul Reeve] -- Explores the cultural interactions on the southern rim of the Great Basin in the last half of the nineteenth century.
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