Volume 51, No. 4
Fiona Givens beautifully begins the issue with musings "On Solace," which is companionly followed by Terryl Givens' article "Heretics in Truth: Love, Faith and Hope as the Foundation for Theology, Community, and Destiny." Blair Ostler's Personal Voices takes a personal, philosophical view on "Heavenly Mother: The Mother of All Women." And Mette Harrison takes seriously a LDS view of the "Resurrection" in a fiction piece about a young person who wants to be perfected in the body that is truly theirs. And so much, much more.
Letters to the Editor
Pedagogy of Perfection: Joseph Smith’s Perfectionism, How It was Taught in the Early LDS Church, and Its Contemporary ApplicabilityRichard Sleegers
Dialogue 51.4 (Winter 2018): 105–143
Richard Sleegers contrasts 19th century Protestant teachings about salvations to what Joseph Smith taught about life after death.
Dialogue 51.4 (Winter 2018): 171-174
Heavenly Mother is a cherished doctrine among many Latter-day Saints.
Her unique esthetic of feminine deity offers Latter-day Saint women a
trajectory for godhood—the ultimate goal of Mormon theology.