Volume 18, No. 2
An RLDS Reformation? Construing the Task of RLDS TheologyPaul Shupe and Larry W. Conrad
1985: Larry W. Conrad and Paul Shupe, “An RLDS Reformation? Construing the Task of RLDS Theology,” Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, Vol 18 No. 2 (1985): 92-113. During the last twenty-five years, Reorganized Latter Day Saints have struggled to discover what it means to be the body of Christ in the modern...
Crying Change in a Permanent World: Contemporary Mormon Women on MotherhoodLinda P. Wilcox
1985: Linda Wilcox, “Crying Change in a Permanent World,” Dialogue 18.2 (Summer 1985): 116 – 127. Women in the Mormon Church are encouraged toward traditional roles and attitudes that discourage personal, familial, and societal change. The ideal female role is that of a non-wage-earning wife and mother in a nuclear family where...