BYU STUDIES Volume 48 • Issue 2 • 2009

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BYU Studies volume 48, number 2, contains articles on a variety of topics. Theologians David L. Paulsen and Clark H. Pinnock discuss the nature of God and the philosophical problems of evil. Since understanding often comes by comparing two things, new insight into the gospel of Jesus Christ comes as readers compare and contrast the two systems of belief discussed in this article. Brian Cannon tells how Benjamin Cluff Jr., BYU’s almost-forgotten third president, made a significant impact on the university by expanding the faculty, raising academic standards, and helping the academy transition from a secondary school to a degree-conferring institution. Travis Anderson suggests in “Artistry and Aesthetics in Contemporary Mormon and Iranian Film” that if we Latter-day Saints were to judge our own movies against standout Iranian films, with reference either to their artistic quality or to their spiritual profundity, many of us would no doubt begin to wonder if the best “Mormon” feature films aren’t being made today by Muslims in Iran. From 1866 to 1869, Eliza R. Snow corresponded about polygamy and health with a prominent physician in the eastern U.S. These letters are here published for the first time, with commentary by Jill Mulvay Derr and Matthew Grow.

Contents - Volume 48 Number 2 (2009)

Articles

"Shaping BYU: The Presidential Administration and Legacy of Benjamin Cluff Jr" by. Brian Q. Cannon

"Open and Relational Theology: An Evangelical in Dialogue with a Latter-day Saint" by Clark H. Pinnock and David L. Paulsen

"Artistry and Aesthetics in Contemporary Mormon and Iranian Film" by Travis T. Anderson

Documents

"Letters on Mormon Polygamy and Progeny: Eliza R. Snow and Martin Luther Holbrook, 1866-1869" by Jill Mulvay Derr and Matthew J. Grow

Review Essays

"Enhancing Evolution: Posthumanous Dreams and the Moral Complexity of Biomedical Aspirations" by Samuel M. Brown

Book Reviews

Jesus and the Eyewitnesses: The Gospels as Eyewitness Testimony by Richard Bauckham, reviewed by Thomas A. Wayment

Mormon Scientist: The Life and Faith of Henry Eyring by Henry J. Eyring, reviewed by Ned C. Hill

Surprised by Hope: Rethinking Heaven, the Resurrection, and the Mission of the Church by N. T. Wright, reviewed by Noel B. Reynolds

Doing the Works of Abraham: Mormon Polygamy, Its Origin, Practice, and Demise. Kingdom in the West: The Mormons and the American Frontier, volume 9 by B. Carmon Hardy, reviewed by Kathryn M. Daynes

Dynasty of the Holy Grail: Mormonism's Sacred Bloodline by Vern G. Swanson, reviewed by Jesse D. Hurlbut

Romancing the Difference: Kenneth Burke, Bob Jones University, and the Rhetoric of Religious Fundamentalism by Camille K. Lewis, reviewed by Brian Jackson

Theology and Down Syndrome: Reimagining Disability in Late Modernity by Amos Yong, reviewed by Rosalynde F. Welch

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