Topic Pages: Old Testament Resources

February 19, 2016

biblical…biblical Israel served as an exemplary model for those Christian thinkers and groups who took seriously the Old Testament example of life lived in faith, despite all catastrophes and sufferings, of the presence of holiness in the concrete world of nature and history.- Seymour Cain

1968: Louis Midgley, “The Divinity in HumanityDialogue 3.2 (Summer 1968): 134 – 138.

1972: Leslie No’el Swaney, “Modern Biblical ScholarshipDialogue 7.2 (Summer 1972): 73– 74.

1974: Margaret Rampton Munk, “Three portraits of women from the Old Testament,” Dialogue 9.2 (Summer 1974): 53– 61.

1975: John Sorenson, “The ‘Brass Plates’ and Biblical Scholarship,” Dialogue 10.4 (Winter 1975): 31– 39.

1977: Melodie Moench, “Nineteenth-Century Mormons: The New Israel,” Dialogue 12.1 (Spring 1977): 42– 56.

1983: George D. Smith, “Isaiah Updated,” Dialogue 16.2 (Summer 1983): 37– 51.

1984: Roderick Saxey, “A Physician’s Reflections on Old Testament Medicine,” Dialogue 16.2 (Autumn 1984): 37– 51.

1986: Boyd Kirkland, “Elohim and Jehovah in Mormonism and the Bible,” Dialogue 19.1 (Spring 1986): 79– 95.

1992: Seymour Kirkland, “Judaism and Mormonism: Paradigm and Supersession,” Dialogue 25.3 (Fall 1992): 59– 67.

2006: Karl Sandberg, “Jacob and the Angel: Modern Readers and the Old Testament,” Dialogue 39.1 (Spring 2006): 180– 187.

2012: Grant Hardy, “The King James Bible and the Future of Missionary Work,” Dialogue 45.2 (Summer 2012): 1– 44.