Category: history

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Exponent II Classics: The Interview

The Interview Judy H. Wright Missoula, Montana Volume 17, Number 4 (1993) The interview I remember most vividly was not one about a Church calling but one for an account executive position with a...

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Upon One Strength, Another is Built

In 1989 I joined the church sorority, Lambda Delta Sigma. Dressed in white at the Initiation Ceremony—a ritual that incorporated some temple-like symbolism–I pledged to uphold the ideals of Spirituality, Sisterhood, Scholarship, Service, and...

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Chieko Okazaki’s "Healing from Sexual Abuse"

Just after posting the “Law of Chastity” lesson, I thought about the landmark speech by Chieko Okazaki “Healing from Sexual Abuse.” One of my concerns when I attend lessons on chastity is that the...

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Exponent Classics: Rose-Colored Glasses

Rose-Colored Glasses Name Withheld Volume 13, Number 2 (1987) There couldn’t have been a more model Mormon family than ours. I was serving as the stake Relief Society president; my husband was a former...

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Exponent Classics: Pioneer Day

Exponent II Classics: Pioneer DayJuly 15, 1883Vol. IV, No. 4 (Summer 1978) The 24th of July is fraught with memories that are very dear to the hearts of this people. The anniversary of the...

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Guest Post: Not all men loved polygamy

Thank you, Michelle, for writing this thought-provoking post.Michelle writes:4 Zinas, by Martha Sonntag Bradley and Mary Brown Firmage Woodward, is a matrilineal family biography that chronicles the lives of four generations of Mormon women,...