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|Title||Brigham Young University Studies 28/3 (Summer 1988)|
|Secondary Authors||Geary, Edward A.|
|Year of Publication||1988|
|Publisher||Brigham Young University|
|Place Published||Provo, UT|
Thomas F. Rogers would choose the Book of John as his only book on a desert island. He says "beyond any other work I know, it is both a literary and a spiritual masterpiece... a profound testimony to the divine mission of Jesus Christ." And find out in "The First Mormon 'Down Under'" if we have William James Barratt to thank for the now more than seventy thousand members of the church in Australia. Also learn about "Brigham Young on the Social Order" by Ronald W. Walker.
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