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  1. I enjoyed your podcast very much. It was intriguing to listen to my colleague’s perspective on the genesis of his short stories as prompted by the sensitive questions of Heather and Brent Beal. I agree that Jack’s stories are redemption or invoke one’s quest for redemption. It’s what makes them “sweet,” as Brent observed–moral and edifying.

  2. I haven’t listened to the podcast just yet, but I wanted to tell Jack that I love the book. I read it when it came out in 2010. I had read “Calling and Election” in Dispensation and was so impressed that I bought A Sense of Order on the spot. It is my favorite book of short stories in the Mormon fiction universe.

  3. I had Brother Harrell for a teacher when I returned to BYU-Idaho online to earn my bachelors degree. I have a minor in English. He’s a great teacher and even though we never met face to face, I enjoyed the class and what I learned from him.

  4. Loved this. Faith in the absence of the authoritarian ‘Natural Man’ is what we all need to be striving for and this really captures that feeling.

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