By October 21, 2008
Incredibly, the Juvenile Instructor is approaching it’s 1st year anniversary. We went live on October 26, 2007. We hope to have a little historical write up nearer that time about how all this got going. In the mean time, I wanted to put up some posts you might have missed since our beginning. There are too many good ones to put them all up, but here’s a sampling from our first months:
Madness, Civilization, and Mormonism; or “Are Mormons Monomaniacs?”
The Sacred Literature Conundrum: Situating the Book of Mormon in the Academy
Multiple Brighams: Brigham Young in Mormon Memory
Mormons in the West: Life in the Donut Hole
Mormon Folklore, Part 1
Mormon Folklore, Part 2
From The Archives: Joseph Smith or the Sword?
On Methodist Weddings, Holy Envy, and Mormon Self Identity
Disgusted With Darwin, But Bacon’s Ok–Mostly
A Possible Fallout of the New Mormon History?
The Place of Sacrament Altars in Mormon Worship Space
The First Vision and Methodist Conversion Narratives
From the Archives: Brownite Revelations from the Spirit of Joseph Smith
The Haun’s Mill Massacre in Mormon Memory
Oh, I could go on! But this will give new readers a sampling of posts that came out from our beginning through December of 2007. More to come…
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