Volume 49, No. 1
The Spring 2016 issue begins with an article by Fiona Givens on the collaborative nature of Joseph Smith's theology, Melvin Bashore expands on the Mountain Meadows Massacre in "Yearning for Notoriety: Questionable and False Claimants to America's Worst Emigrant Massacre." Also included are several poems, an insightful catholic-mormon dialogue, and a new voice in Christinah Cross and her take on baptism.
“The Perfect Union of Man and Woman”: Reclamation and Collaboration in Joseph Smith’s Theology MakingFiona Givens
2016: Fiona Givens, “‘The Perfect Union of Man and Woman’: Reclamation and Collaboration in Joseph Smith’s Theology Making” Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, Vol 49 No. 1 (2016): 1–26. Givens argues that one of the things that Joseph Smith was trying to restore was teachings taught to Adam and Eve, in particular...