December 1999 25th Anniversary Issue
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December 1999 25th Anniversary Issue

Listed below are the articles from this issue.

Topics included in this issue: Cultural Studies, Doctrinal History, Philosophy, Doctrine and Covenants, Contemporary Mormonism, Missionary Work, Editorial, Mormon Studies, Counseling and Mental Health, Priesthood, Sexuality, Sociology, Spirituality, Theology, Ethnic Studies, Church Activity, Autobiography, Women's Studies, Church Organization, Sunstone, Jesus Christ, Marriage, Christianity, Architecture, Art, Book of Mormon, Literature, Christian principles, Joseph Smith, Faith, Humanitarian Issues, Homosexuality, Health, Folklore, Fiction, Feminism, Family, Faith and Scholarship, LDS Doctrine .

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02 Stan Christensen Twenty-Five Years! Download PDF
05 Elbert Eugene Peck The Origin and Evolution of the Sunstone Species: Twenty-Five Years of Creative Adaptation Download PDF
15 Thomas G. Alexander The Reconstruction of Mormon Doctrine Download PDF
30 Linda King Newell A Gift Given, A Gift Taken: Washing, Anointing, and Blessing the Sick among Mormon Women Download PDF
44 William A. Wilson On Being Human: The Folklore of Mormon Missionaries Download PDF
61 Eugene England Why the Church Is As True As the Gospel Download PDF
70 Arthur R. Bassett Knowing, Doing, & Being: Vital Dimensions in the Mormon Religious Experience Download PDF
78 Linda Wilcox The Mormon Concept of a Mother in Heaven Download PDF
88 Stan Roberts Pastoring the Far Side: Making a Place for Believing Homosexuals Download PDF
98 J. Bonner Ritchie The Institutional Church and the Individual Download PDF
113 Peggy Fletcher Stack Decennial Reflections Download PDF
116 Lowell L. Bennion The Moral Component of Religion 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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