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A Filmmaker's Faith in God, if Not in Men

LDS Filmmaker and playwright Neil LaBute has carved out a clear niche in his work. Details magazine captures the niche well, "The meanest movies in Hollywood," it calls his work. Now LaBute's "Bash, Latterday Plays," has opened at the Douglas Fairbanks Theater in New York City for a month-long run, bringing more of his style to the stage.

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Visiting author's new book 'clearing fog' about LDS church

Legal scholar Chris Gellenick has been a visiting professor at BYU for the past ten months, and in addition to teaching, Gellenick has written a book while at BYU covering the history of the LDS Church. Gellenick, who is German, published the book "Christ in Amerika?" mainly to answer his own questions about the Church. He is not a member of the LDS Church.

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