Volume 41, No. 3
The Fall 2008 issue begins with a look at Dialogue in the late 1980s and early 1990s as it underwent a change of ownership, as is customary at Dialogue every few years. This article highlights some of the challenges faced by Dialogue during this time period, as well as several notable works and advancements. This is followed by Jacob T. Baker reflecting on the theological contributions of Joseph Smith, specifically that of "eternal progression" and the influence this had on the broader Christian community. Finally, we have a look at Ezra Taft Benson's time as the United States Secretary of Agriculture detailing his appointment and early achievements in his time as Secretary of Agriculture. Also included in this issue are several reviews, works of fiction, and a plethora of poetry to choose from.