September-October 1997
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September-October 1997

Listed below are the articles from this issue.

Topics included in this issue: Philosophy, Media, Personal Essay, People, Parenting, Other Religions, Old Testament, News, My Creed, Personal Journey, Music, Mormon Studies, Mormon History, Joseph Smith, Missionary Work, Literature, Letters, Law, Science and Religion, Interview, Internet, Mormon Culture, Scripture studies, Work, Cornucopia, International Church, United Order/consecration, Theology, Teaching, Spirituality, Sociology, Religious Studies, Sexism, Pioneers, Revelation, Violence, Race/racism, Prophet/prophecy, Priesthood, Polygamy, Politics, Poetry, Play, Sexuality, Bible, Critical Scholarship, Community, Church Organization, Church Discipline, Christian principles, Censorship, BYU, Booknote, Crime, Biography, Cultural Studies, Belief, Art, Anti-mormon, Agency, Academic Freedom, Abuse, , Youth, Truth, Blessing, Ethics, Homosexuality, History, Hierarchy, Health, Godhood, General Authorities, Fiction, Family, Contemporary Mormonism, Evolution, Humor, Environment, Education, Editorial, Economics, Doctrinal History, Devotional, Demographics, Death, Cyberspace, Faith, Testimony .

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02 Elbert Eugene Peck From the Editor: Touched by the Masters' Hands Download PDF
04 Letters Download PDF
08 Robert Alter Of Good Report: What a Difference a 'And' Makes! Download PDF
10 H. Wayne Schow Turning the Time Over to . . .: Spiritual Evolution: Linguistic Figuration and the Problem of Knowing God Download PDF
13 Russell Salamon Muddy Brown Download PDF
14 Cornucopia:--My Creed: My Patchwork Quilt Download PDF
14 Michael Austin Cornucopia: Critical Matters: Whither Our Great Writers? Download PDF
15 Peculiar People: BYU Students Are Practical, not Theoretical or Reflexive Download PDF
16 Cornucopia: Top Ten: Signs that Mormons Are Taking over the Neighborhood Download PDF
16 L. L. Ollivier A Psalm: The Rag Man's Prayer Download PDF
17 Cornucopia: Mormon Media Image--A Sign of the Times? Download PDF
17 Cornucopia: Twenty Years Ago--'A Narrow Line' Download PDF
18 CyberSaints: What's in a Pejorative? Download PDF
19 Mormon Index Download PDF
20 Ian G. Barber Beyond the Literalist Constraint: Personal Reflections on Mormon Scripture and Religious Interpretation Download PDF
26 Robert Cooperman Subway Mania Download PDF
27 J. Scott Bronson Altars: A One-Act Play Download PDF
34 Georganne O'Connor Chincoteague Island, Virginia Download PDF
35 Rod Decker The LDS Church and Utah Politics Download PDF
44 Paul Swenson Strange Gods Download PDF
45 Brian Evenson Past and Present: Marni Asplund-Campbell's Poetry Download PDF
48 Bryan Waterman From the Campus: Student Review and BYU Download PDF
54 Anita Tanner Leaving Alcatraz Download PDF
55 Cherie Woodworth Cybersaints: Accidental Author of an Internet Legend; Furor Erupts in Brigham City Schools Download PDF
57 Askold Skalsky Photograph: Ellis Island, 1949 Download PDF
58 Robert Kirby Lighter Minds: If I Were Bishop . . . Download PDF
59 David Feela The Evolution of God Download PDF
60 Douglas D. Alder Review: 'Go Forward with Faith, the Biography of Gordon B. Hinckley,' by Sheri L. Dew; Our Modern, Dirty Minds--Same-Sex Dynamics among Nineteenth-Century Americans: A Mormon Example, by D. Michael Quinn Download PDF
64 Brian Kagel BOOKNOTES; 'Religion and Mass Media: Audiences and Adaptations,' ed. Daniel A. Stout and Judith M. Buddenbaum; 'Animal Theology,' by Andrew Linzey Download PDF
65 AWARDS, Mormon History Association Download PDF
66 On the Record: Musings of the Main Mormon Download PDF
67 News: Mormons Blend Art and Faith into Work; Fifty Years of United Order in Mexico Download PDF
79 An Olive Leaf: 'Tell Me 'Bout the Heavenly Mother' Download PDF


  1. Susan James says:

    Hello. I was browsing on your site today. I wanted to download the back issue October 2011 but the link to “download the entire pdf” led me to a page error. Nor was there an option to purchase. How does one access online copies of Sunstone?


    Susan James

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