Ryan D. Ward

RYAN D. WARD {[email protected]} received a BS, MS, and PhD from Utah State University, specializing in experimental psychology. Following postdoctoral work at Columbia University, he accepted a position at the University of Otago, where he is currently a senior lecturer in the Department of Psychology. He studies the neural basis of learning and models of psychiatric disease. He teaches courses on drugs, addiction, policy, and research methods. He lives with his wife and five children in New Zealand.

Justice, Solidarity, and the Spirit of Elijah

Articles/Essays – Volume 56, No. 4

During Moroni’s 1823 visit to Joseph Smith, he repeats the prophecy written in the fourth chapter of Malachi, although with a slight change in wording.[1] Later Joseph interpreted Malachi’s prophecy as referring to a “welding…

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A Reflection on Joseph Smith’s Restorationist Vision of Truth

Articles/Essays – Volume 55, No. 2

Dialogue 55.2 (Spring 2022): 93–102
The way of viewing truth in the Church differs from the common philosophical concept of truth as something that corresponds to the historical or present facts of a given situation.

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