Volume 36, No. 1
Short Creek: A Refuge for the SaintsMarianne T. Watson
2003: Marianne T. Watson, “Short Creek: A Refuge for the Saints” Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, Vol 36 No.1 (2003): 71–87. Watson shares why early fundamentalists broke off from the main church and decided to leave Utah and settle Short Creek.
Science and Religion: A Dialogue: Search for an Epistemology: Three Views of Science and ReligionDavid O. Tolman
2003: David O. Tolman, “Search for an Epistemology: Three Views of Science and Religion David O. Tolman,” Dialogue 36.1 (Spring 2003): 89–108. 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 Lone and Dreary WorldJack Harrell
But Adam and Eve wept for having come out of the garden, their first abode. . . And Adam said to Eve, “Look at thine eyes, and at mine, which afore beheld angels in heaven. . . . But now we do not see as we did: our eyes have...