There are 2 thoughts on “Mormonism at Oxford and What It Signifies”.

  1. I for one will be very interested in reading this volume. As an Australian, I have lived and worked in both Europe and the United States. I am particularly intrigued in “The International Church” chapter.
    I am not at all convinced that a ‘highly romantic culture’ can ever really divorce itself and genuinely engage a ‘truly international church’.
    I base this on my living in Utah (I also lived in Princeton NJ) and my service with my wife in Eastern Europe on our Mission. I found dealing with ‘The West’ extremely problematic culturally.
    The Church seemed to still be an American Church with a growing international membership.

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