Volume 41, No. 2
The Summer 2008 issue begins with Chiung Hwang Chen as he takes a look at the church in Taiwan, elaborating on the stagnating growth rate as well as the marginalization faced by the Taiwanese members both from within and outside the church. This is followed by a look at the church in Finland by Kim B. Ostman, this time examining the advances in Mormon Studies as well as barriers faced by Finnish scholars attempting to study church doctrine and teachings both in our day and in the time of the restoration. These are followed by "My Madness" by Steven L. Peck and "A New Future Requires a New Past" by Ken Driggs, several works of poetry, and "Polygamy, Mormonism, and Me" by B. Cameron Hardy in Avenues to Faith.
Polygamy, Mormonism, and MeB. Carmon Hardy
2008: Carmon Hardy, “Polygamy, Mormonism, and Me‘” Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, Vol 41 No.2 (2009): 85–101. Hardy describes the long, difficult process of researching polygamy during a time that the church wasn’t open about polygamy.