Mormon Land: Could a return to ancient Christian practices improve women’s status in LDS Church?

Ariel Bybee Laughton, an independent Latter-day Saint researcher and author of a chapter in the new book Ancient Christians: An Introduction for Latter-day Saints, visits the Salt Lake Tribune’s Mormon Land podcast to discuss the role of women in ancient Christianity. Listen here.

Katie Ludlow Rich
Katie Ludlow Rich
Katie Ludlow Rich is a writer and independent scholar focused on 19th and 20th-century Mormon women's history. Email at katierich87 at gmail .com

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