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Ryan T. Cragun is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Tampa. His research interests include Mormonism and the nonreligious. He is the author of more than a dozen peer-reviewed articles and half a dozen book chapters. His research has been published in such journals as: Sociology of Religion, Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, Journal of Contemporary Religion, Journal of Religion and Health, Mental Health, Religion and Culture, and Nova Religio. His research has been featured in numerous local and national newspapers, including: Tampa Bay Times, The Salt Lake Tribune, The Washington Post, the Huffington Post, and Bloomberg Business Week. Dr. Cragun is also a past President of the Mormon Social Science Association.
Rick Phillips is an Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of North Florida. He is the author of one book and more than a dozen articles on Mormonism. His research has been published in such journals as: Sociology of Religion, Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, and Nova Religio. Dr. Phillips is a former President of the Mormon Social Science Association, a scholarly association of social scientists interested in the study of Mormonism.
This book gives an excellent overview of Mormon beliefs, experiences, and cultural foundations. Although presented in the guise of an election year primer on Romney's religion, the... Read morePublished 13 months ago by E. E. Saulsberry
Although the Presidential election of 2012 is behind us, I was still intrigued enough by this book to give it a try. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Ms. Parrothead
Quick review of mormanism- easy read if you want to know some basic information on the subject- useful even after the electionPublished 23 months ago by Amazon Customer
Could I Vote for a Mormon for President? is a well-written, thoughtful, fair, and balanced appraisal of the Mormon religion and the role it may, and more importantly should, play... Read morePublished on July 21, 2012 by Robert R.