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MIPodcast #62—Laurel Thatcher Ulrich and “A House Full of Females”

25 Apr Read
From Blair Hodges

In the late nineteenth century, a newspaper written and published by women and for women sprung up in what most Americans thought was the unlikeliest of locations: Utah, the home of the Mormons. Along the top of the newspaper the masthead proudly declared its concern: “The Rights of the Women of Zion, and the Rights […]

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Pausing at the cross of Jesus

14 Apr Read
From Guest

Catherine Gines Taylor is a Maxwell Institute visiting scholar. She specializes in late antique Christian art history and iconography. She composed this post in honor of today, Good Friday.  We are the body of Christ. We become part of that body as we are joined or initiated into covenants with Christ, taking upon ourselves his name in […]

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