Articles/Essays – Volume 1, No. 2
Every Soul Has Its South
1966: Karl Keller, “Every Soul Has Its South.” Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, Vol. 1 No. 2 (1966): 72–79.
In this important artcile in one of the earliest Dialogue issues, Keller says “I went because I was frankly worried: worried that my wife and children should find me slipping after talking intense brotherhood, worried that the church members I led and taught should know where the doctrine but not the action in life is, worried that the students I counseled and read and philosophized with where I taught should reach for meaning for their lives and find no guts, worried in fact that I should somehow while propagating and preaching the Kingdom of God miss it, miss it altogether. The rest was nonsense.”