Religion, Feminism, and Freedom of Conscience: A Mormon/Humanist Dialogue

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Mormonism is rooted in religious humanism, a belief in the innate goodness of individuals and a respect for personal conscience. But as institutions grow, they emphasize programs and conformity over individuality and creativity. In recent years this trend has been evident within the LDS church as intellectuals have been excommunicated and feminists have been purged from faculties. This anthology includes essays by Cecilia Konchar Farr just prior to her dismissal from Brigham Young University, Lavina Fielding Anderson ...

Religion, Feminism, and Freedom of Conscience: A Mormon/Humanist Dialogue 1994, Signature Books

ISBN-13: 9781560850489

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