Women At Church

Author: Neylan McBaine
Publisher: Greg Kofford Books Incorporated
ISBN: 9781589586888
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A practical and faithful guide to improving the way men and women work together in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Mormon Feminism

Author: Rachel Hunt Steenblik
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0190248033
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“To Do the Business of the Church: A Cooperative Paradigm for Examining
Gendered Participation Within Church Organizational Structure.” Foundation for
Apologetics Information and Research Convention (August 2, 2012). http://www.
fairmormon.org/perspectives/fair-conferences/2012-fair-conference/ 2012-to-do-
the-business-of-the-church-a-cooperative-paradigm. References and Further
Reading McBaine, Neylan. Women at Church: Magnifying LDS Women's Local

Mormon Women S History

Author: Rachel Cope
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1611479657
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Sheri L Dew, Women and the Priesthood: What One Mormon Woman Believes (
Salt Lake City, UT: Deseret Book, 2013); Neylan McBaine, Women at Church:
Magnifying LDS Women's Local Impact (Salt Lake City, UT: Greg Kofford Books,
2014). 44. Kathryn M. Daynes, More Wives Than One: Transformation of the
Mormon Marriage System, 1840–1910 (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2001)
, 2, 14. 45. Leonard J. Arrington, Susan Arrington Madsen, and Emily Madsen
Jones, ...

What Is Mormonism

Author: Howard W Hunter Chair of Mormon Studies and Associate Professor of Religion Religion Department Patrick Q Mason
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1317638263
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Ironically, though read in the general Relief Society meeting, the Relief Society
leadership had not been consulted in the drafting of the statement nor given
advance notice that their meeting would be used for its presentation. “The Family:
A Proclamation to the World,” available online at https://www.lds. org/topics/family
-proclamation?lang=eng. For an articulation of this moderate position, see
Neylan McBaine, Women at Church: Magnifying LDS Women's Local Impact (Salt
Lake City: ...

White Roses On The Floor Of Heaven

Author: Susanna Morrill
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 0415977355
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Mormon Women's Popular Theology, 1880-1920 Susanna Morrill. LDS women's
literature: to justify and magnify the importance of women's roles within the home
and the community. The community at large might not give women their proper ...
aspects and life, the nature symbolism and “text” that explained and supported
that influence was, appropriately, the most fundamental and physically
omnipresent fact of human life in the frontier West. It held complete sway over the
Mormon ...

Mormon Women Speak

Author: Mary Lythgoe Bradford
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women's role, I could help effect change that would magnify that role rather than
curtail it. In Hawaii our ... I saw Mormon women chosen as leaders^ who over the
pulpit and in the name of Jesus Christ told their sisters to watch their lead and
vote "no" as a bloc on every issue. ... The Church knows more about the way a
woman should chart her life than the world does, and so it seems to me that if we
are to have an impact on that world, we must share this knowledge at many

Journal Of Mormon History

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Taking only those marriages where the husband could reasonably expect to
have gotten permission to enter polygamy, the data are even more remarkable. In
marriages where the husband "magnified his calling," almost three-quarters of
wives' experience was spent in polygamy, and well over half the children's time
was spent with a shared father. This indicates the profound familial impact of
what was, for men, a minority practice. Not quite two in five of men in good church
standing ...

The Seventies In America

Author: John C. Super
Publisher: Salem Pr Inc
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In 1976, the Mormon Church was actively opposing the amendment, having
issued a statement that described the ERA as "a moral issue with many
disturbing ramifications for women and for the family as individual members and
as a whole. ... Others asked to speak included a black Presbyterian minister from
New York representing the National Council of Churches and the Religious
Committee for the ERA, a Catholic priest, and a woman representing the National
Federation of ...