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Table of Contents – Irreantum Fall/Winter 2005 (Volume 7, Number 3)
Focus Topic: Film and Religion
|From the Editor |
Propaganda LDS Church Filmmaking: Gentle Persuasion or Ham-Fisted Handling? by Randy Astle and Lee Walker
Aaron Orullian – "Judgment Day"
Shawn P. Bailey – "They Wandered in Deserts"
Heidi Hart – "Slowing the Song," "In Ordinary Time"
Joel T. Long – "Bread and Plums," "St. Catherine's Finger Sonnet"
Sharlee Mullins Glenn – "As the Gods"
Jennifer Quist – "The Man Lehi,", "Bubbly, Bubbly"
Lon Young – "Rumble of the Falls," "Sycamores by the Bagel Shop on Center"
Maureen Clark – "Curious Tree," "Between the Gods"
Colin Douglas – "Psalm"
Eric D. Snider – Church Ball
Eric Samuelsen – HBO's Big Love: Negotiating Polygamy
Randy Astle – The Ascension of a Saint: New York Doll
Peter Walters –This Divided State: An Exploration in Civility?
"Film and Religion"
|From the Archives |
"Romance of the Celluloid Strip" by Gordon B. Hinckley: Missionaries and Technology from The Deseret News (Church Section), May 2, 1936.
David Pace – Desperately Seeking Spirit: A Review of Martha Beck's Leaving the Saints
R. John Williams – The Jolting Truth: A Review of Gregory Prince and Robert Wright's David O. McKay and the Rise of Modern Mormonism
Lisa Close – The Importance of Identity: A Review of Lael Littke's Searching for Selene
Mahonri Stewart – Nephi Among the Superheroes: A Review of Mike Allred's The Golden Plates, Volume Two: The Liahona and the Promised Land