Revising eternity : 27 Latter-day Saint men reflect on modern relationships /

"Marriage's central role in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints distinguishes the faith while simultaneously reflecting widespread American beliefs. But what does Latter-day Saint marriage mean for men? Holly Welker presents a collection of essays exploring this question. The e...

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Other Authors / Creators:Mason, Patrick Q., writer of foreword.
Welker, Holly, editor.
Format: eBook Electronic
Language:English
Imprint: Urbana : University of Illinois Press, [2022]
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Online Access:Click here for full text at Project MUSE
Table of Contents:
  • Foreword : Mormon American masculinities, ideal and actual / Patrick Q. Mason
  • Introduction : personal, contingent, and incomplete views on eternal marriage / Holly Welker
  • Transgressors / Stephen Carter
  • By the drinking fountain / Eric Robeck
  • My one and only / Clyde Kunz
  • There's something about Mary / Kim Siever
  • For Jess, after eighteen years of marriage : seven fragments on love; or, some things I carry / Tyler Chadwick
  • An apology I've been working on for a while / Joey Franklin
  • Never good enough / Michael Carpenter
  • Mormon AF / Nicholas Don Smith
  • Liken the scriptures / Andrew Spriggs
  • The care package / Kevin Barnwell
  • Fertility / Theric Jepson
  • Opposites / Robert Raleigh
  • Eternity in an hour / Boyd Jay Petersen
  • Pie month / Scott Russell Morris
  • The highest / T. Kay Browning
  • Being Jane / John Doe
  • Soul mates / Scott Blanding
  • Hiding in plain sight / David Nicolay
  • 7:06 A.M. / Kelland Coleman
  • Unsealed / Dan Smith
  • Fear and trepanation / Ted Smith
  • I'm not who I thought you married / John B. Dahl
  • Holding on and letting go / Joseph Broom
  • Disability check / Caleb Scoville
  • The house of infinite regret / Scot Denhalter
  • From patriarchy to matriarchy : a marital and spiritual journey / Thomas W Murphy
  • The marriage bed : an essay and three poems / Robert A. Rees.