Latest issue – Volume 57, No. 2

Summer Issue

The Summer 2024 Issue begins with “They Have Received Many Wounds”: Applying a Trauma-Informed Lens to the Book of Mormon” by Margaret Olsen Hemming and HB Franchino-Olsen and continues with Nicholas Shrum’s “Materializing Faith and Politics: The Unseen Power of the NCCS Pocket Constitution in American Religion.” And if that isn’t enough to whet your appetite, find two marvelous fiction pieces, lovely poetry, fascinating reviews of fascinating books and a gorgeous sermon called “Cowboy Charity” by Justin Goodson to finish out the issue.

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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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What’s New

Newest Gospel Study

Creating safe, sacred spaces through the lessons of Alma: Gospel Study with Candice and Dennis Wendt

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New Artwork Gallery

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Summer 2024 Issue Overview

Learn about the new issue with the editors

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New Editors In 2025

Margaret Olsen Hemming and Caroline Kline

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