Latest issue – Volume 56, No. 4

Winter Issue

The Winter 2023 is bookended by art articles, beginning with “Correlating Orthodoxy and Style: Institutionally ‘Approved’ Christ-Centered Art in LDS Visual Resources and Meetinghouses, 1990–2021” by Noel Carmack and “Racial Innocence and the Christus-Based Latter-day Saints Symbol” by M. David Huston and ending with “The Book of Mormon Art Catalog: An Interview with Director Jennifer Champoux” by Dialogue art editor Margaret Olsen Hemming. And find a lovely personal essay, gorgeous poetry, some insightful reviews and new fiction.

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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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Gospel Study

Dialogue Gospel Study March 10 with Maxine Hanks

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Gospel Study

Dialogue Gospel Study with Christian Kimball on February 25

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New Editors In 2025

Margaret Olsen Hemming and Caroline Kline

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Out Loud

By The Numbers – Winter 2023 Fiction

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