Andrew Bolton

ANDREW BOLTON {[email protected]}, PhD, taught world reli￾gions and peace and justice issues at high school and college level in the UK and in the USA. He has written a number of books on peace and justice and papers on Latter Day Saint history that have been published in the MHA Journal, Dialogue, JWHA Journal, Restoration Studies, and Sunstone. Recently retired, he worked for the last eighteen years for Com￾munity of Christ. He first coordinated peace and justice ministries, and then helped coordinate the church in Asia for nine years as an apostle. He helped coordinate a symposium on resistance and conscientious objectors in WWI at the National World War I Museum in Kansas City in October 2017 at which 260 scholars from different traditions attended

British Latter Day Saint Conscientious Objectors in World War I

Articles/Essays – Volume 51, No. 4

Dialogue 51.4 (Winter 2018): 49–76
What of the Latter Day Saint movement that claimed to prophetically discern the times and seasons of these latter days and also boldly proclaimed that they were the restoration church?

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Anabaptism, the Book of Mormon, and the Peace Church Option

Articles/Essays – Volume 37, No. 1

Dialogue 37.1 (Spring 2004): 75–94
However, Mennonites and Latter Day Saints may be spiritual cousins. A sympathetic comparison of the origins of both movements may illuminate their past and also assist in contemporary living of the gospel of shalom.

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