Tuesday, October 25, 2011

REVIEWING THE REVIEW: VOL. 23, ISS. 1 (2011)



Overview
            Alas! Here it is, my first real “Reviewing the Review.” Now, you may be confused. After all, there are already 10 “Reviewing the Review” posts up, how is this the first? Allow me to explain. You see, when I announced this back in March, I intended this to be a semi-annual series, just as the Review itself is semi-annual. It was meant to be done on the most recently released issue of the Review shortly after I received my copy. I did also mention that I would do ones on back issues as I obtained them, but these were intended to be occasional. But, as it turns out, I managed to get my hands on quite a few back issues in the last six or seven months since then (much more than the number I have “reviewed”) and so postings on the back issues have been quite frequent. This will continue to be the case for at least a few more months, as I have a number of others already prepared to post.

Thursday, October 13, 2011

REVIEWING THE REVIEW: VOL. 17, ISS. 1 (2005)


Overview

            Another issue of the Review which touches on a large variety of subjects, one of which is bound to be of interest to even some casual readers. This issue touches on Masonry, early Mormon history, the angel vs. treasure guardian debate, DNA, the Book of Mormon, Joseph Smith, science, and both LDS and evangelical theology, with a tribute to Hugh Nibley to boot!

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