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BYU philosophy professor David Paulsen presented a paper titled “‘I’ve a Mother There’: A Historiographical Study of Portrayals of Heavenly Mother in Mormon Discourse” at the recent BYU Studies Symposium.
You can listen to it here.
If I remember correctly, that paper was actually authored by Martin Pulido, and simply presented by Paulsen. But I could be wrong.
Aaron, David Paulsen describes him as a co-author.
Ah, thanks, my bad.
You do. Her name is Mary.
Is there a way to get a PDF of the handout they’re talking about? That is a wish of mine.
Thanks for this. I would love to see the PDF of that handout as well!
I listened to this last night and found it to be very interesting. I too would love a copy of the handout. Thanks for posting this.