Volume 40, No. 4
The Winter 2007 issue begins with Nathan Oman defending the authority of church doctrine, and sets out to clarify the hurdle members of the church face in differentiating what is and is not doctrine. This is followed by Ethan Yorgason who explores communication as it pertains to religion, specifically the evolution of our communication and examining of our eternal yearning for deep connection with each other. These are followed by a look at the dynamic of church in Bolivia and Finland by David Clark Knowlton and Kim B. Ostman, respectively. Finally, we have a large collection of poetry, several works of fiction, and a few reviews.
“The Other” in the Limelight: One Perspective on the Publicity Surrounding the New LDS Temple in FinlandKim B. Ostman
2007: Kim B. Ostman “The Other” in the Limelight: One Perspective on the Publicity Surrounding the New LDS Temple in Finland” Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, Vol 40 No. 4 (2007): 70–105. The purpose of this article is to begin filling that gap by discussing some of the publicity accompanying the recently...