Dialogue Podcasts

Dialogue Gospel Study #46 with Kimberly Applewhite Teitter

Kimberly Applewhite Teitter, PsyD, is a licensed clinical psychologist practicing in the Salt Lake City area. She is featured in the latest volume of “Why I Stay: Contemporary challenges of discipleship,” edited by Bob Rees. Kimberly serves as a bishop’s wife and Assistant Director of Debra Bonner Unity Gospel Choir. She is also a proud mother of two daughters.

Dialogue Gospel Study #45 with Matthew Bowman

Dialogue Gospel Study June 27th with Matthew Bowman Matthew Bowman is the Howard W. Hunter Chair of Mormon Studies at Claremont Graduate University. He is the author of The Mormon People: The Making of An American Faith (Random House, 2012), and the co-editor (with Kate Holbrook) of Women and Mormonism: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. (University of Utah, 2016). He has also written books about the meaningRead More »

Dialogue Out Loud #11: Finding Rebecca a Eulogy by Marie Blanchard

Rebecca, your tragic death was not a complete loss,  for it has defined the arc of my life. And through my work you have touched the lives of scores of people, though they of course, can never know. Marie Blanchard tells the story of her great-grandmother in this beautiful personal essay.

Dialogue Topic Pages #6: LGBT Issues

Listen on Spotify Listen on Apple Dialogue is proud to launch a new monthly podcast series on the dialoguejournal.com/topicpages, exploring key issues in the history of LDS scholarship. Join host Taylor Petrey, editor of Dialogue and associate professor of religion at Kalamazoo College as he studies LGBT Issues as viewed through the scholarship found within Dialogue’s pages. Liner Notes ActRead More »

Dialogue Gospel Study #44 with Rachel Mumford

Rachel Mumford is a chaplain and religion teacher at the National Cathedral School in Washington, D.C. She teaches courses on ethics, sacred space and iconography, and world religions, and she gives tours of the Washington National Cathedral. Before teaching at NCS, she conducted research on religion and public life at the Pew Research Center. She graduated from Yale Divinity SchoolRead More »

Dialogue Out Loud #10: Assuming Power by Linda Hoffman Kimball

I remember walking past an institute class in Cambridge. I heard Judy Dushku saying that when her colleagues at the college where she taught asked her, “How can you be a Mormon and a feminist?” she replied, “Of course I’m a feminist! It’s because I’m Mormon!” To me that sounded just right. Shouldn’t everyone—male and female—be a feminist if it means allowing each individual to achieveRead More »

Dialogue Gospel Study #43 with Ben Abbott

Ben is an ecosystem ecologist at Brigham Young University who studies how natural and human disturbances affect carbon, nutrient, and water cycles. Specifically, he works on the permafrost climate feedback, eutrophication, wildfire, river biogeochemistry, and air quality. He is particularly interested in social and environmental sustainability, science communication, and exploring the religious and cultural basis for ecological stewardship. He andRead More »

Dialogue Topic Pages #5: The Book of Abraham

Listen on Spotify Listen on Apple Dialogue is proud to launch a new monthly podcast series on the dialoguejournal.com/topicpages, exploring key issues in the history of LDS scholarship. Join host Taylor Petrey, editor of Dialogue and associate professor of religion at Kalamazoo College as he studies Book of Abraham as viewed through the scholarship found within Dialogue’s pages. Act 1:Read More »

Dialogue Fireside #8 w/Marlena Wilding

Marlena Wilding is a Mix Media Artist who currently lives and works in Seattle Washington with her Husband and 2 kids. Born and raised in Utah County in the Latter Day Saints Faith, in one of the few black families in the state, Marlena brings a unique perspective to her work. Wilding received her B.A. at Brigham Young University inRead More »

Dialogue Out Loud #9: Called Not to Serve by Neal David Silvester

“For so long I’ve been so puffed up by thoughts of my own great potential, that perhaps this is the ultimate lifelong mission God has set for me: a literal call not to serve. Indeed, perhaps it is no longer my stake president, but God himself asking, ‘Neal, how would you feel about not serving that mission and moving onRead More »