Tag Archive for ‘Ensign Magazine’

Review of Teachings of Lorenzo Snow chapter 20: The Kingdom of God Moves Forward

For this review I am going to focus on the part of the chapter entitled Teachings of Lorenzo Snow and not look at the beginning of the chapter entitled From the Life of Lorenzo Snow.  I have chosen to do this for two reasons: firstly, I feel that my role in writing this post is… Read More ›


Ensign Review – October 2013, by Gary Carter

  When I come to review an edition to Ensign magazine, I am always struck by how to review a magazine that covers a great many topics and areas for analysis. In this particular edition, two particular themes struck me. The first occurs in the article ‘The Divine Mission of Jesus Christ: Creator’ where the… Read More ›

August 2013 Ensign Review by Stephen Livings

  For this month’s Ensign review, I have chosen to focus on an article entitled: “Worlds without Number” by R. Val Johnson. The tagline to this article is: “The heavens declare the glory of God.” which is a quotation from the first verse of Psalm 19. Sounds very Christian and something we should all be… Read More ›

Ensign Review, June 2013 by Stephen Livings.

When deciding how to go about reviewing this month’s Ensign magazine, I wasn’t sure whether to try to summarise the whole publication or to focus on one particular article. As I scanned the article titles, one stood out to me: “Dear are the sheep that have wandered” by James Faust, who was a member of… Read More ›

Ensign March Review, by Gary Carter.

Reviewing the Ensign magazine is a difficult task. There are so many different topics and articles that a comprehensive review would take an eternity if it were to be done with any justice. In this review, I wish to investigate one phrase. On page 21, we see a very interesting passage: ‘When we understand the… Read More ›


How to Read the Mormon Ensign Magazine

A review of the February 2013 Ensign magazine I thought for this Ensign review I might teach readers how to read the Mormon flagship magazine, the Ensign. Mormons will insist, of course, this is hardly necessary since what you see is what you get. Non-Mormons, without an explanation, will think this makes sense and never… Read More ›


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