Science and Religion: A Dialogue: Search for an Epistemology: Three Views of Science and Religion
A claim is frequently made that science and religion are not incompatible. The contention is that science and religion can be made to co-exist by compartmentalization, that is, by carefully limiting the scope of each…
Dialogues on Science and Religion
Clyde Parker and Brent Miller, “Dialogues on Science and Religion,” Dialogue 8.3/4 (Autumn/Winter 1973): 109 – 126.
A Dialogue with Henry Eyring
Edward L. Kimball, “A Dialogue with Henry Eyring,” Dialogue 8.3/4 (Autumn/Winter 1973): 99 – 108.
Seers, Savants and Evolution: The Uncomfortable Interface
Duane E. Jeffrey, “Seers, Savants and Evolution: The Uncomfortable Interface,” Dialogue 8.3/4 (Autumn/Winter 1973): 41 – 73.
Science, Religion and Man
Robert Rees, “Science, Religion, Man,” Dialogue 8.3/4 (Autumn/Winter 1973): 4 – 6.
Seers, Savants and Evolution: A Continuing Dialogue
Duane Jeffrey is to be thanked for his article, “Seers, Savants and Evolution: The Uncomfortable Interface.” It is an excellent summary of the history of thought on evolution in the Church. To illustrate its power,…
An Official Position
In postscript let me say that I have been accused of forging this letter and of taking unfair advantage of President Smith. Let the readers judge. I am personally grateful that the Church has not…
Evolution and Creation: Two World Views
The big question for me in this controversy is whether freedom of inquiry, with the agonizing ambiguity that accompanies it, will be sacrificed to the interests of those who demand certainty in the hope of…
Science and Mormonism: Past, Present, Future
Will the church be able to retain the essence of its theology in the faceof challenges from science? Will the church’s discourse on scientific topicsbe marked by fundamentalism, isolationism, or progressivism? Will the church be…
Coming Out of the Evolution Closet
Dynette Reynolds, “Coming Out of the Evolution Closet,” Dialogue 34.4 (Winter 2002): 143–145.