Episode 154: Leonard Arrington and Fundamentalism

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  • Rachel D

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    I loved this podcast. I could have listened to Cristina for several more hours. Thank you!

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  • Kathleen Dilliner

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    i too am a catholic girl who has long studied Mormon history!!!!! heading to utah next week for the 1st time!

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  • Thomas Murphy

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    I really loved this podcast. In the early through mid-1990s I was also quite fascinated with the varieties of Mormonism, especially Indigenous versions. I remember that whenever I presented any of this research on Peyotism/Mormon connections, Mayan and Nahua varieties of the faith, etc. at MHA, JWHA, or Sunstone that Leonard Arrington always seemed to be in the audience, which was usually quite small in those days. I always wondered why he chose my presentations over so many more established scholars but never had the courage to ask him directly. While developments in my career and personal life have taken me in a different direction, I remain fascinated with the varieties of Mormonism and greatly appreciate the efforts of both Lindsey and Cristina to engage broadly with the many ways to Mormon.

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