Historians have increasingly examined how economics and business have influenced religion and religious practices, and these examinations have provided better understandings of race, gender, and ethnicity within American religion. As one scholar has noted, looking at the intersection of economics and religion "allows historians in a given place and time to rethink what is going on in a broad sweep of the American religious experience." The BYU Church History Symposium highlights that the fields of economics and finance have much to offer to Latter-day Saint history.
|Size||6 x 9|
|Published||Deseret Book and RSC BYU|
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