Mormon mavericks: essays on dissenters
John R. Sillito, Susan Staker
Signature Books, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 376 pages
A collection of essays explores Latter Day Saints renegades, whose loyalties were often split between culture and conscience, helped shape modern ideas about Mormonism, and who were willing to ask hard questions about politics, history, and theology.
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