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Mormon America - Rev. Ed.
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Renowned Time magazine and Associated Press religion reporter Richard Ostling, with co-author Joan Ostling, gives a highly-praised, detailed, and even-handed account of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In Mormon America, the authors investigate every aspect of this little-understood community of faith, whose family values, business success, and evangelistic missions have helped it become one of the world’s fastest growing religions.In this thorough exploration of Mormonism, the Ostlings reveal fascinating information about the Mormon Church’s vast economic wealth and power, secret ceremonies, its dissenters and defectors, and much more. Richard Ostling, religion writer for the Associated Press, was formerly senior correspondent for Time magazine, where he wrote 23 cover stories and was the principal religion reporter for many years. He has also covered religion for the CBS Radio Network and “NewsHour with Jim Lehrer” on PBS-TV. Joan Ostling, a freelance writer and editor, was formerly a writer-editor for the U.S. Information Agency in Washington, DC, a reporter for the Press Publications newspaper chain in Chicago, and a college English and journalism teacher. “A long overdue primer on one of the world’s fastest growing religions ... eminently fair, well researched, and exhaustive.” — New York Times
|Author||Richard Ostling, Joan K. Ostling|
|Publication Date||Oct 12, 2009|