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  • Dialogue and the Dangerous, Beautiful Possibilities of Mormon Literature

    Dialogue and the Dangerous, Beautiful Possibilities of Mormon Literature by Michael Austin Cross-posted at the Association of Mormon Letters blog. Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought turns 50 this year….

  • Thoughts on the Interface between Mormonism, the Environment, and Evolution: Connection and Dilemma

    by Clayton White “…most men, it seems to me, do not care for nature and would sell their share in all her beauty, so long as they may live, for…

  • Getting Everything Wrong (Even What He Gets Right)

    By Russell Arben Fox at By Common Consent The October 2011 issue of Harper’s Magazine features as its cover article a lengthy, provocative, at times insightful, but mostly wholly tendentious…

  • Dialogue, and Me, at 50

    Cross posted at By Common Consent Dialogue: a Journal of Mormon Thought turns 50 this year. So do I, and the similarities don’t end there. Both of us were both…

  • Book Review: Re-reading Job, by Michael Austin

    Crossposted at By Common Consent By Jason K. Re-reading Job: Understanding the Ancient World’s Greatest Poem Michael Austin Greg Kofford Books, 2014 $20.95 Academic approaches to scripture sometimes arouse…

  • Sustaining Dialogue

      Ways to Give Print Subscription Donation Donate the amount of a print subscription Cancel any time   Give an amount online Mail a check Matching Gift Donor-Advised Fund (DAF)…

  • Review: Marjorie Newton, "Tiki and Temple: The Mormon Mission in New Zealand, 1854–1958"

    Title: Tiki and Temple: The Mormon Mission in New Zealand, 1854–1958 Author: Marjorie Newton Publisher: Greg Kofford Books Genre: History Year: 2012 Pages: 343 Binding: Paperback ISBN: 978-1-58958-1210 Price: $29.95…

  • Review: JSPP, Histories, Volume 1: Joseph Smith Histories, 1832-1844

    Review by J. Stapley for Bycommonconsent.com Behold, there shall be a record kept among you. These are words of revelation to which all those interested in the human past muster…

  • Book Review: Scott Abbott. Immortal for Quite Some Time.

    Attempts to Be Whole Scott Abbott. Immortal for Quite Some Time. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 2016. 257 pp. Paperback: $24.95. Reviewed by Scott Russell Morris, Dialogue,…

  • Racism at BYU

    Web Only Fall 2019 Feature Kirstie Stanger Weyland was born in Ethiopia then later adopted and raised in the Provo-Orem Utah area. She served a Spanish-speaking mission to Panama from…