BYU Studies Quarterly
Mormon studies, Roman Catholicism, Christianity
For many Latter-day Saints, their first awareness of the Roman Catholic scholar Stephen H. Webb came through his 2012 First Things article, titled “Mormonism Obsessed with Christ.” In that piece—which surprised Latter-day Saints and non-Latter-day Saints alike—Webb pointed out that “what gives Christianity its identity is its commitment to the divinity of Jesus Christ. And on that ground Mormons are more Christian than many mainstream Christians. . . . Mormonism is obsessed with Christ, and everything that it teaches is meant to awaken, encourage, and expand faith in him.” Within a week of that article’s publication, my inbox was flooded with emails from friends and acquaintances asking me things like “Have you seen this?!” or “What do you know about Steve Webb?” and “Wow! I love this guy! He gets us!”
Gaskill, Alonzo L.
"Stephen H. Webb (1961-2016): Universal Scholar and Personal Friend,"
BYU Studies Quarterly: Vol. 55:
4, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/byusq/vol55/iss4/6