Volume 48, No. 1
The Spring 2015 Issue begins with Samuel Brunson and "The Present, Past, and Future of LDS Financial Transparency," followed by David Mason, who takes a deep dive in his article "On The Existential Impossibility of a Religious Identity: I'm a Mormon." These are followed by an inspiring script titled "For and In Behalf Of" by Allan Davis. Also contained in this issue are works of poetry, several works of fiction and short stories, book reviews and more. To finish off this issue is a thought provoking sermon from Jared Hickman titled "Learning to Read with the Book of Mormon."
From the Pulpit: Learning to Read with the Book of MormonJared Hickman
2015: Jared Hickman, “Learning to Read with the Book of Mormon” Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, Vol 48 No. 1 (2015): 169–177. In this “From the Pulpit,” Jared Hickman discussed the self-confessed weaknesses of multiple authors in the Book of Mormon, indicating that the text is not the literal word of God....