The Human Genome Project, Modern Biology, and Mormonism: A Viable Marriage?
Devyn M. Smith, “The Human Genome Project, Modern Biology, and Mormonism: A Viable Marriage?” Dialogue 34.4 (Winter 2002): 61–71.
Mormonism and the New Creationism
David H. Bailey, “Mormonism and the New Creationism,” Dialogue 34.4 (Winter 2002): 39–59.
The Mormon Myth of Evil Evolution
In the years since this event, I’ve found that there are a number of members who believe that evolution is a doctrine of the devil.
Thoughts on Mormonism, Evolution, and Brigham Young University
Well, I was raised i n a rather unscientific environment , a little farming community.
Premortal Spirits: Implications for Cloning, Abortion, Evolution, and Extinction
Perhaps no other moral issue divides the American public more than abortion. In part, the controversy hinges on the question of when the spirit enters the body. If a spirit were predestined for a given…
Crawling Out of the Primordial Soup: A Step toward the Emergence of an LDS Theology Compatible with Organic Evolution
And in fact, what might it mean that God “used” evolution to create life’s diversity? Was this a choice for God among other al-ternatives? Do Wildman’s pessimistic conclusions hold for Mor-monism? Does evolution imply a…