Latest issue – Volume 57, No. 1

Spring Issue

The Spring 2024 discusses Should the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Apologize for Historical Racism? in an important Roundtable including Cornel West, James Jones, Carol Brown, Daylin Amesimeku and Fernando Pinheiro. If this wasn’t enough, there are articles on Sacred Groves and Wicked Problems by Jared Farmer and “A Remarkable Vision of Her Father”: The Many Uses of of in The Book of Alma by Kyle Jepson and Utah Naming Practices, 1960–2020 by David Ellingson Eddington. And find some gorgeous personal essays, lovely poetry, some important reviews and two new fiction pieces. So much to uncover!

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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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Next Gospel Study

Dialogue Gospel Study with Jenny Webb on June 23

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Gospel Study

Dialogue Gospel Study with Diana Hardy on June 9

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New Editors In 2025

Margaret Olsen Hemming and Caroline Kline

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