As 2017 draws to a close, publishers are getting in their last offerings for the year. In addition to these new books, make sure to check out the selection of used markdowns below also.

NEW BOOKS

  • Quinn, D. Michael. The Mormon Hierarchy: Wealth & Corporate Power. Signature Books, 2017. 597pp. Hardcover. $49.99. Early in the twentieth century, it was possible for Latter-day Saints to have lifelong associations with businesses managed by their leaders or owned and controlled by the church itself. For example, one could purchase engagement rings from Daynes Jewelry, honeymoon at the Hotel Utah, and venture off on the Union Pacific Railroad, all partially owned and run by church apostles. Families could buy clothes at Knight Woolen Mills. The husband might work at Big Indian Copper or Bullion-Beck, Gold Chain, or Iron King mining companies. The wife could shop at Utah Cereal Food and buy sugar supplied by Amalgamated or U and I Sugar, beef from Nevada Land and Livestock, and vegetables from the Growers Market. They might take their groceries home in parcels from Utah Bag Co. They probably read the Deseret News at home under a lamp plugged into a Utah Power and Light circuit. They could take out a loan from Zion’s Co-operative and insurance from Utah Home and Fire. The apostles had a long history of community involvement in financial enterprises to the benefit of the general membership and their own economic advantage. This volume is the result of the author’s years of research into LDS financial dominance from 1830 to 2010. *signed copies still available*
  • Givens, Fiona and Terryl Givens. The Christ Who Heals: How God Restored the Truth that Saves Us. Deseret Book Company, 2017. 158pp. Hardcover. $19.99. In a world increasingly prone to doubt, a foundation in Christ is the only sure basis of a durable discipleship. And for Latter-day Saints, the Jesus Christ revealed through the Prophet Joseph Smith is, in some very significant ways, a different kind of Christ than the Jesus of modern Christianity. The Christ of the restored gospel collaborated with Heavenly Parents for our salvation even before the foundation of the world, “does not anything” save it be for our benefit (2 Nephi 26:24), and is determined to patiently guide and nurture every one of God’s children into an eternal heavenly family. Most significantly, this Christ does not rescue us from a condition of original sin or depravity. Rather, He is primarily a healer of the wounds incident to a long-planned sojourn, one intended to immerse us in the trials, pains, and soul-stretching of this mortal schoolroom. He is not only the most remarkable being in the history of religious thought; He is, in fact, The Christ Who Heals. *signed by Terryl Givens*
  • Gee, John. An Introduction to the Book of Abraham. RSC/Deseret Book, 2017. 197pp. Hardcover. $19.99. From the publisher: “When the Book of Abraham was first published to the world in 1842, it was published as ‘a translation of some ancient records that have fallen into [Joseph Smith’s] hands from the catacombs of Egypt, purporting to be the writings of Abraham while he was in Egypt, called “The Book of Abraham, Written by his Own Hand, upon Papyrus.”’ The resultant record was thus connected with the papyri once owned by Joseph Smith, though which papyrus of the four or five in his possession was never specified. Those papyri would likely interest only a few specialists except that they are bound up in a religious controversy. This controversy covers a number of interrelated issues, and an even greater number of theories have been put forward about these issues. Given the amount of information available, the various theories, and the variety of fields of study the subject requires, misunderstandings and misinformation often prevail. Introduction to the Book of Abraham makes reliable information accessible to the general reader.”
  • Largey, Dennis L., gen. ed. Pearl of Great Price Reference Companion. Deseret Book Company, 2017. 315pp. Hardcover. $34.99. Compiled in 1851 by President Franklin D. Richards in Liverpool, England, and canonized in 1880, the Pearl of Great Price occupies a unique place in the Latter-day Saint canon of scripture. The Pearl of Great Price Reference Companion is an encyclopedic dictionary that explores the depth and breadth of that precious book. This volume addresses nearly 400 topics on the Pearl of Great Price: people, places, words, phrases, doctrine, themes, historical background, and much more—all conveniently collected here. In addition, it contains maps, illustrations, outlines, and photographs to enhance your study of the Pearl of Great Price. Contributors include Alexander L. Baugh, Richard E. Bennett, Gerrit J. Dirkmaat, Steven C. Harper, J.B. Haws, Robert L. Millet, and Robert J. Woodford.
  • Prete, Roy and Carma T. Prete (eds.). Canadian Mormons: History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Canada. Religious Studies Center, 2017. 684pp. Foreword by Ardeth G. Kapp. Hardcover.  $39.99. This book gives a panoramic view of the rise and progress of the Church in Canada. It has all the elements of a great saga, including that of early faithful missionaries preaching in eastern Canada without “purse or scrip” in the 1830s and 1840s, and the exodus of early Canadian converts who joined with the main body of the Church in Ohio, Missouri, and Illinois, and then trekked across the Great Plains to Utah in the Rocky Mountains. It tells of Mormon pioneers from Utah arriving in southern Alberta after 1887, having made a second grand trek to escape their persecutors, this time north rather than west, and details the settlement of Mormons in Alberta. It is the story of an ongoing missionary effort from late nineteenth century, throughout the twentieth, and into the twenty-first with a vast number of missionaries and the sustained effort of thousands of lay leaders and members laboring relentlessly to build up a Church that now consists of nearly 200,000 members.
  • Schade, Aaron P., Brian M. Hauglid and Kerry Muhlestein, eds. Prophets & Prophecies of the Old Testament (46th Sperry Symposium). Religious Studies Center/Deseret Book, 2017. 273pp. Hardcover. $24.99.  A passion for the Old Testament does not always come easily. This collection of essays from today’s foremost Old Testament scholars can help spark that passion in you. Speakers from the 46th annual BYU Sidney B. Sperry Symposium explain Old Testament prophecies in their original linguistic, historical, and theological contexts, helping us more fully grasp the Old Testament and its relevance to us. Chapters include topics such as Isaiah 7 and the fulfillment of prophecy in Matthew 1-2, the use of the Old Testament in the New Testament and Doctrine and Covenants, as well as the influence Old Testament prophets and prophecies had on the development of the Restoration.
  • Turley, Richard E., Jr & Brittany Chapman Nash. Women of Faith in the Latter Days, Volume Four, 1871-1900. Deseret Book Company, 2017. 364pp. Hardcover. $34.99. This fourth volume features women born between 1872 and 1900 whose stories explore a comparatively untapped era in Mormon history. This generation of Latter-day Saint women experienced firsthand the challenges of the Mexican Revolution, World War I, and World War II. They also witnessed the unprecedented global expansion of the Church and the first young women to serve as proselytizing missionaries. You will become reacquainted not only with such well-known figures as general Relief Society president Belle S. Spafford and Camilla Eyring Kimball, wife of President Spencer W. Kimball, but will also meet Kasimira Viktoria Cwiklinski Wurscher, who led the Relief Society in communist East Germany for more than twenty years; Edith Papworth Weenig Tanner, a British spy during World War I; and Maria Guadalupe Monroy Mera, who endured deep persecution, including the martyrdom of her brother, for her family’s acceptance of the restored gospel in Mexico.
  • Carter, Stephen, ed. Moth & Rust: Mormon Encounters with Death. Signature Books, 2017. 257pp. Paperback. $23.95. In Mormonism we are sometimes seemingly casual about death: it’s a veil or a mission call to the spirit world. But our actual encounters with the reality of death inevitably change us in ways that are difficult to articulate. In this collection, Mormon writers wrestle with mortality and its aftermath. A family sings a hesitant rendition of Happy Birthday to a grief-stricken mother who buried who toddler just a few hours earlier; an agnostic son decides he’s Mormon enough to arrange a funeral for his believing father. Some essays use death as a means to understand faith. One author imagines a world where Heavenly Mother visits her children in the form of their female ancestors, appearing to her descendants in times of grief or pain. Others address practicalities: how do you protect your children from death while still allowing them to experience the world; how do you get through one more nausea-ridden day of cancer treatment? Still others delve into death’s questions: does the overwhelming suffering that occurs in the animal kingdom have a function in the “plan of happiness”? Sometimes humorous, sometimes heartbreaking, always thought-provoking, these personal essays, poems, and stories may never be heard at a Mormon funeral. But they probably should be.
  • Chou, Po Nien (Felipe) and Petra Mei Wah Sin Chou. Voice of the Saints in Taiwan. Religious Studies Center/Deseret Book, 2017. Hardcover. $31.99. In 2016, the Church in Taiwan commemorated its sixtieth anniversary of the arrival of the first Mormon missionaries. This book vividly recounts the contribution of American missionaries among the people in Taiwan and the sacrifice of early Chinese pioneers to help establish the restored gospel of Jesus Christ among their own people. It shares not only a comprehensive overview but also rich, personal stories of faith and devotion, encompassing the sixty-year history of the remarkable growth and development of the Church in Taiwan.
  • Alder, Douglas D. Dixie Saints: Laborers in the Field. Religious Studies Center/Deseret Book, 2017. 373pp. Paperback. $21.99. Dixie Saints tells the stories of the common folk who lived in Utah’s “Dixie”: the farmers and ranchers, the fruit peddlers, the road builders, the timber cutters and lumber makers, the freighters, the midwives, the mothers and child nurturers, the teachers, the choir singers and band players—those whose names are on genealogy charts but seldom in the history books. These people weren’t considered pioneers, because they were of the second generation in the area, but they worked hard and helped to lay a foundation for thriving communities. This book consists of interviews conducted with people born between 1880 and 1910 who grew up in southwestern Utah, the Arizona Strip, and the Muddy River region in Nevada. The excerpts are divided into seven topical chapters: family life/childhood/teenage years, school, work, health and sickness, Mormon colonists in Mexico, interactions with Native Americans, and service. In his introductory essay, the author offers 15 overarching observations based upon the interviews. These furnish a valuable collective portrait of life on the fringes of Mormon society early in the twentieth century—a time period that has been largely overlooked in the social history of Mormonism.
  • Hoskisson, Paul Y. and Daniel C. Peterson (eds.). “To Seek the Law of the Lord”: Essays in Honor of Jack Welch. The Interpreter Foundation, 2017. 543pp. Paperback. $24.95. From the editors: “This volume presents a collection of essays dedicated to the life and work of a great scholar, John W. Welch, a polymath who is known to his many friends as “Jack.” It honors a man who has contributed prodigiously—as author, editor, and organizer—to a growing body of rigorous, faithful Mormon scholarship. Volumes such as this, which celebrate the life and career of an esteemed colleague, are typically described with the German term “festschrift,” a word that denotes not only festive celebration but esteem, respect, and gratitude for contributions that deserve to be honored. We deliberately use the word “honor” in the subtitle of this book, intending to express precisely those sentiments. Those who have watched and worked with Jack over many years of extraordinarily rich productivity have sometimes wondered whether he ever sleeps. All have benefited enormously from his work and remarkable insights.”
  • Jergensen, Sandra Clark and Shelah Mastny Miner (eds.). Seasons of Change: Stories of Transition from the Writers of Segullah. Peculiar Pages, 2017. 252pp. Paperback. $19.99 From the foreword: “Words are new again. For over a decade, Segullah has been sharing women’s stories in our journal, blog and publications. Our first two anthologies, The Mother in Me and Dance with Them, focused on narratives of motherhood. While those stories are profound, we wish to recognize a broader scope of experience in our third offering. There are so many ways we learn, share and are reshaped through a spectrum of transitions. We crave the catharsis of writing through the change. We write trying to understand the cycles of life and embrace our reshaped selves. Joining the Church or re-examining our faith; falling in love or sharing a marriage bed for many years; sending children out on their own or taking estranged parents back into our lives; illness, divorce and new careers—all of these changes (and more) force us to examine, regroup and adapt.”

Miller, Adam S., ed. Fleeing the Garden: Reading Genesis 2-3. Neal A. Maxwell Institute, 2017. 120pp. Paperback. $15.95. The papers collected in this book are the product of a Mormon Theology Seminar dedicated to generating close, theologically informed readings of the second and third chapters of Genesis. Though participants in the seminar employed a wide variety of methodological approaches, the results clearly show a common core of understanding won through months of close collaborative effort. Essays explore the nature of appetite, the role of community, the necessity of ecology, and the persistence of paradox in one of the Bible s most human stories.

Miller, Adam S. (ed.). A Dream, a Rock, and a Pillar of Fire: Reading 1 Nephi 1. Neal A. Maxwell Institute, 2017. 140pp. Paperback. $15.95.  The first chapter of 1 Nephi may be the most read in all of Mormon scripture. But beyond its veneer of familiarity, its substance remains shadowed by a host of contextual and theological questions. The papers collected in this volume offer theological readings that draw on careful examinations of 1 Nephi 1’s structure and literary details to explore questions about Lehi’s world, the nature of revelation, the problem of suffering, and the promised Messiah.

Gospel Tangents—podcast transcripts

Bennett, Rick. Bombs in Salt Lake: The Complete Interview with Curt Bench on the Hofmann Bombings. Gospel Tangents, 2017. Paperback. 63pp. $19.99

Bennett, Rick. Brian Hales Discusses Mormon Polygamy. Gospel Tangents, 2017. Paperback. 76pp. $19.99

Bennett, Rick. Dr. Reeve: The Entire Interview Ninety Minute Discussion of the LDS Temple Priesthood Ban on Black Members. Gospel Tangents, 2017. Paperback. $19.99

Bennett, Rick. The Evolution of LDS Temple Worship: Dr. Richard Bennett–The Complete Interview. Gospel Tangents, 2017. Paperback. 54pp. $19.99

Bennett, Rick. Jim Vun Cannon: The Complete Interview First Presidency Discusses the Remnant Church. Gospel Tangents, 2017. Paperback. 68pp.  $19.99

SALE BOOKS

  • McCullough, David. The American Spirit: Who We Are and What We Stand For. Simon & Schuster, 2017. Hardcover. Reg $25.00, SALE $9.99. Over the course of his distinguished career, David McCullough has spoken before Congress, the White House, colleges and universities, historical societies, and other esteemed institutions. Now, at a time of self-reflection in America following a bitter election campaign that has left the country divided, McCullough has collected some of his most important speeches in a brief volume designed to identify important principles and characteristics that are particularly American. The American Spirit reminds us of core American values to which we all subscribe, regardless of which region we live in, which political party we identify with, or our ethnic background. This is a book about America for all Americans that reminds us who we are and helps to guide us as we find our way forward.
  • Koehler, Lora. The Little Snowplow. Candlewick Press, 2015. Hardcover. Reg. $15.99, SALE $6.99. Autographed by author. On the Mighty Mountain Road Crew, the trucks come in one size: BIG. That is, until the little snowplow joins the crew. None of the other trucks think that the little snowplow can handle the big storms, but he knows that he can do it—and just to be sure, he trains hard, pushing loads of gravel, pulling blocks of concrete, and doing plow lifts to get ready. But when a blizzard arrives, will the little snowplow’s training be enough to clear the streets and handle unexpected trouble? Taking its place beside classics such as The Little Engine That Could and Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel, this tale of a plucky little plow will find a clear path to readers’ hearts. Author is children’s librarian in Salt Lake County Library system; illustrator lives in Provo.
  • Fowler, James W. Stages of Faith: The Psychology of Human Development and the Quest for Meaning. HarperOne, 1995. Paperback. Reg $16.99, SALE $7.99. Building on the contributions of such key thinkers as Piaget, Erikson, and Kohlberg, Fowler draws on a wide range of scholarship, literature, and firsthand research to present expertly and engagingly the six stages that emerge in working out the meaning of our lives–from the intuitive, imitative faith of childhood through conventional and then more independent faith to the universalizing, self-transcending faith of full maturity. Stages of Faith helps us to understand our own pilgrimage of faith, the passages of our own quest for meaning and value.
  • Steers, Edward, Jr. Hoax: Hitler’s Diaries, Lincoln’s Assassins and Other Famous Forgeries. University Press of Kentucky, 2013. Hardcover. Reg $24.95, SALE $9.99. Napoleon famously observed that “history is a set of lies agreed upon,” and Edward Steers Jr. investigates six of the most amazing frauds ever to gain wide acceptance in this engrossing book. Hoax examines the legitimacy of the Shroud of Turin, perhaps the most hotly debated relic in all of Christianity, and the fossils purported to confirm humanity’s “missing link,” the Piltdown Man. Steers also discusses two remarkable forgeries, the Hitler diaries and the “Oath of a Freeman” (forged by Mark Hofmann) as well as famous conspiracy theories alleging that Franklin D. Roosevelt had prior knowledge of the planned attack on Pearl Harbor and that the details of Lincoln’s assassination are recorded in missing pages from John Wilkes Booth’s journal.
  • Painters of the Wasatch Mountains by Robert S. Olpin, et al. Gibbs Smith, 2005. Hardback. Reg. $75.00, SALE $19.99. A distinct painting development with regard to the American West’s Wasatch Range emerged in the nineteenth century and persists even today. These “painters of the Wasatch” have set many precedents through their artistic interpretations of this mountain subject matter. Painters of the Wasatch Mountains presents for the first time a survey of the gamut of painters who formed and have carried forward an expression of nature’s mighty gift to both visitors and residents of Utah.
  • Painters of Utah’s Canyons and Deserts by Vern Swanson and Donna Poulton. Gibbs Smith, 2009. Hardback. Reg. $75.00, SALE $19.99. Vividly illustrated and exhaustively researched and documented, Painters of Utah’s Canyons and Deserts weaves a sweeping tapestry of artists’ attempts to capture the majesty, rare beauty, and raw danger of Utah’s frontier West. A comprehensive history of artists who painted Southern Utah.

 

Recent Markdowns (USED, generally in good condition)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pratt, Orson. Orson Pratt’s Works. Parker Pratt Robison. Paperback. Reg. $15, SALE $6.99

Schindler, Harold. Orrin Porter Rockwell: Man of God, Son of Thunder. Hardcover. University of Utah Press. Reg. $35, SALE $14.99

Flake, Lawrence R. George Q. Cannon: His Missionary Years. Deseret Book Company. Hardcover. Reg. $15, SALE $4.99

Newquist, Jerreld L., comp. Gospel Truth, Volume 1. Discourses and Writings of President George Q. Cannon. Zion’s Book Store. Hardcover. Reg. $15, SALE $7.99

Benson, Ezra Taft . A Witness and A Warning: A Modern-day Prophet Testifies of the Book of Mormon. Deseret Book Company. Hardcover. Reg. $10, SALE $2.99

Winn, Kenneth H. Exiles in a Land of Liberty Mormons in America, 1830-1846. University of North Carolina Press. Hardcover. Reg. $40, SALE $12.99/Paperback. Reg. $20, SALE $7.99

Jessee, Dean C. Papers of Joseph Smith, Vols. 1 & 2. Deseret Book. Hardcover. Reg. $25, SALE $9.99/ea

Smith, Joseph Fielding. The Way to Perfection. Deseret Book. Hardcover. Reg. $15, SALE $4.99

Petersen, Mark E. Sons of Mosiah. Deseret Book. Hardcover. Reg. $10, SALE $3.99

Dew, Sheri L. Ezra Taft Benson: A Biography. Deseret Book. Hardcover. Reg. $15, SALE $4.99

McConkie, Bruce R. The Promised Messiah: The First Coming of Christ. Deseret Book. Hardcover. Reg. $25, SALE $5.99

Eborn, Bret A. Comprehensive Bibliography of Mormon Literature, Including Some Review Information and Price History. Eborn Books. Hardcover. Reg. $25.00, $17.99

Brown, Matthew B. All Things Restored: Confirming the Authenticity of LDS Beliefs. Covenant Communications. Hardcover. Reg. $50.00, SALE $9.99/Paperback. Reg. $15, SALE $6.99

Thompson, Beverly . The Faith of Phebe: A Novel-Ography of a Mormon Woman, Phebe Draper Palmer Brown. Granite Publishing and Distribution. Hardcover. Reg. $20, SALE $9.99

McKiernan, F. Mark. The Voice of One Crying in the Wilderness: Sidney Rigdon, Religious Reformer, 1793-1876. Coronado Press. Paperback. Reg. $20, SALE $6.99

Smart, William B. & Donna T. Smart. Over the Rim: The Parley P. Pratt Exploring Expedition to Southern Utah, 1849-50. Utah State University Press. Hardcover.  Reg. $50, SALE $19.99

Nibley, Hugh B. [comp. and ed. by Gary P. Gillum]. Of All Things! A Nibley Quote Book. Deseret Book Company & FARMS.  Reg. $18, SALE $4.99

Holzapfel, Richard Neitzel & William W. Slaughter. Prophets of the Latter Days. Deseret Book. Hardcover. Reg. $22, SALE $9.99

[Cumming, Elizabeth] Ed. with introduction and notes by Ray R. Canning and Beverly Beeton. The Genteel Gentile, Letters of Elizabeth Cumming, 1857-1858. Tanner Trust Fund.  Number eight of the series: Utah, The Mormons, and the West. Hardcover. Reg. $35, SALE $14.99

Allen, Joseph L. Exploring the Lands of the Book of Mormon. S.A. Publishers, 1989. Paperback. Reg. $20, SALE $5.99

Cooper, Rex Eugene. Promises Made to the Fathers: Mormon Covenant Organization. University of Utah Press. Publications in Mormon Studies, vol. 5. Hardcover. Reg. $10, SALE $6.99

Roberts, B. H. The Seventy’s Course in Theology. Vol. 1 Outline History of the Seventy and a Survey of the Books of Holy Scripture. Deseret Book. Hardcover. Reg. $30, SALE $5.99

Anderson, Richard Lloyd. Understanding Paul. Deseret Book. Hardcover. Reg. $20, SALE $4.99/Paperback. Reg. $10, SALE $3.99

Card, Orson Scott. A Storyteller in Zion: Essays and Speeches by Orson Scott Card. Bookcraft. Hardcover. Reg. $30, SALE $5.99

Roberts, B.H. Outlines of Ecclesiastical History. Deseret Book Company. Classics in Mormon Literature Edition.  Hardcover. Reg. $15, SALE $7.99

Black, Susan Easton (ed.). Expressions of Faith: Testimonies of Latter-day Saint Scholars. Deseret Book. Reg. $18, SALE $3.99

Allen, James B. Trials of Discipleship: The Story of William Clayton, A Mormon. University of Illinois Press. Hardcover. Reg. $35, SALE $12.99

Horne, Dennis B. An Apostle’s Record. The Journals of Abraham H. Cannon. Gnolaum Books. Hardcover. Reg. $35.00, SALE $14.99

Dennis, Ronald D. Zion’s Trumpet: 1849 Welsh Mormon Periodical. Deseret Book. Hardcover. Reg. $21, SALE $4.99

Ellsworth, S. George and Kathleen C. Perrin. Seasons of Faith and Courage: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in French Polynesia, A Sesquicentennial History, 1843-1993. Yves R. Perrin. Hardcover. Reg. $30, SALE $12.99

Proctor, Scot Facer. Witness of the Light: A Photographic Journey in the Footsteps of the American Prophet. Deseret Book. Hardcover. Reg $60, SALE $8.99

Kane, Thomas L. Twelve Mormon Homes Visited in Succession on a Journey through Utah to Arizona. L. K. Taylor Publishing. Hardcover. Reg. $20, SALE $5.99

Piercy, Frederick Hawkins.(Fawn M. Brodie, ed.). Route from Liverpool to Great Salt Lake. Harvard University Press. Hardcover. Reg. $45, SALE $12.99

DeLafosse, Peter H. , ed. Trailing the Pioneers: A Guide to Utah’s Emigrant Trails, 1829-1869. Utah State University Press. Paperback. Reg. $15, SALE $3.99

Bryson, Conrey. Winter Quarters. Deseret Book. Hardcover. Reg. $40, SALE $9.99

Burton, Rulon T. We Believe: Doctrines and Principles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Tabernacle Books. Hardcover. Reg. $40, SALE $14.99

Hamilton, Mark. Salt Lake Temple: A Monument to a People. University Services Corporation. Hardcover.  Reg. $40, SALE $14.99

Stott, Clifford L. Search for Sanctuary: Brigham Young and the White Mountain Expedition. University of Utah Press. Hardcover. Reg. $45, SALE $9.99

Monson, Thomas S. A Prophet’s Voice: Messages from Thomas S. Monson. Deseret Book. Hardcover. Reg. $16, SALE $6.99

Swinton, Heidi S. To the Rescue: The Biography of Thomas S. Monson. Deseret Book. Hardcover.  Reg. $21, SALE $7.99

Why I Believe. Bookcraft. Hardcover.  Reg. $18, SALE $3.99

Jackson, Ronald Vern. The Seer, Joseph Smith. His Education from the Most High. Hawkes Publishing. Hardcover. Reg. $30, SALE $6.99

McConkie, Mark L. (comp.). Wit & Wisdom from the Early Brethren. Bookcraft. Hardcover. Reg. $15, SALE $4.99

Toscano, Paul James. The Sanctity of Dissent. Signature Books. Hardcover.  Reg. $15, SALE $5.99

Peterson, H. Donl. Story of the Book of Abraham Mummies, Manuscripts, and Mormonism. Deseret Book. Hardcover. Reg. $15, SALE $4.99

 

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