Latest issue – Volume 55, No. 3

Fall 2022

Our Fall 2022 Issue is filled with important issues. It begins with Matthew Harris’s “Joseph Fielding Smith’s Evolving Views on Race: The Odyssey of a Mormon Apostle-Prophet” and continues with “Drum Rhythms and Golden Scriptures: Reasons for Mormon Conversion within Haiti’s Culture of Vodou” by Catherine S. Freeman and “‘The Robe of Righteousness’: Exilic and Post-Exilic Isaiah in The Book of Mormon” by Colby Townsend. Then many, many fascinating reviews, poetry, personal essays, including “Trans in the Chapel: Attending Church as a Newly Out Transgender Woman” by Emily English and more. And you are going to want this physical issue just because of the incredible cover art.

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Dialogue is a Journal of Mormon Thought

Founded in 1966, Dialogue is the oldest independent journal of Mormonism, publishing scholarship, poetry, art and fiction on the Latter-day Saint experience. Published quarterly in print and online, the journal encourages a variety of viewpoints to foster artistic and scholarly achievement.

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Sustaining Faith in the 21st Century

In Person

Out Loud

Dialogue Out Loud #32: Matthew L. Harris Interview

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Call for Papers

Should The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Apologize for its History of Racism?

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Dialogue Gospel Study Jan 22 w/Matthew Wickman


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