Author: Lindsay Hansen Park

Sunstone Rising Strong Workshop for Men

Saturday, October 28th 9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. with a closing meditation Location: Sunstone Main Office 343 North Third West Salt Lake City, Utah 84103   HOW TO REGISTER: Call 385-335- 7860 or email Kate at ktbrotherson@gmail.com to hold your spot (Space is limited to 20 participants) $225 per person *Optional yoga class from 8:30 – …

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Sunstone 1988, 045: Is Cain the Next Lucifer?

From the 1988 Sunstone Symposium Presentation: Is Cain the Next Lucifer? Presenters: Vern G. Swanson, (Ph.D., Courtland Institute of Art, University of London) has taught art and art history at Auburn University and is currently the director of the Springville (Utah) Museum of Art. Thomas A. Blakely, Ph.D., University of Utah       Abstract: Looking at …

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Sunstone 2000, 276: Multiply and Replenish- If You Want to: The History of Birth Control in the LDS Church

  From the 2000 Sunstone Symposium Presentation: Multiply and Replenish– If You Want To: The 1999 LDS Church Birth Control Policy in Perspective Presenters: Chair: Chris Zollinger Maxine Hanks, writer; editor, Women and Authority: Re-emerging Mormon Feminism. Karrie Galloway, president, CEO, Planned Parenthood Association of Utah Rebecca Chandler, LDS mother of eight children, Co-editor, Dialogue: A …

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Sunstone 1991, 118: The “One Anointed and Appointed”: An Analysis of Polygamist Priesthood Authority

From the 1991 Sunstone Symposium Presentation: The “One Anointed and Appointed”: An Analysis of Polygamist Priesthood Authority Presenters: Chair: Anne Wilde Brian C. Hales, M.D. J. Ma Anderson, architect; author, The Polygamy Story: Fiction and Fact Fred Collier, writer; publisher, Doctrines of the Priesthood     Abstract: The modern polygamy movement boasts more participants today than …

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Sunstone West 1993, 22: Whoa Man, What’s Not History? Hugh Had Better Believe It

  From the 1993 Sunstone West Symposium Presentation: Whoa, Man, What’s Not History? Hugh Had Better Believe It Presenters: Chair: Matthew Hulse Samuel W. Taylor, author, Nightfall at Nauvoo Newell Bringhurst, instructor, History and Political Science, College of the Sequoias     Abstract: How intellectually honest was Hugh Nibley’s attack on Fawn Brodie’s biography of Joseph …

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Sunstone 2010, 274: Exit, Voice, and Loyalty in the Mormon Community

From the 2010 Summer Symposium in Salt Lake City Presentation: Exit, Voice, and Loyalty in the Mormon Community Presenters: Moderator: Kaimipono Wenger, JD, assistant professor, Thomas Jefferson Law School, San Diego. Kristine Haglund, editor, Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought Bridget Jack Jeffries, MA candidate, history of Christianity in America, Trinity Divinity School. John Dehlin, PhD, clinical/counseling …

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