Dialogue Podcasts

Dialogue Sunday Study #27 w/Tom Christofferson

Tom Christofferson is the author of “That We May Be One: A Gay Mormon’s Persoective on Faith and Family”, and the forthcoming “A Better Heart: The Power of Christ’s Pure Love”, both publishes by Deseret Book. Tom’s career in global investment management and asset servicing, based in Europe and the US, included nearly eighteen years with J.P.Morgan. He has alsoRead More »

Dialogue Heritage #10

In the 10th Dialogue Heritage podcast, Editor Taylor Petrey  looks at the Dialogue years of 2010-2014 which covered the Mormon (political) Moment, more of Kristine Haglund’s editorship–which inclued some fantastic works on feminism, important interviews, and marvelous blog summaries–and Editor Taylor Petrey famous article “Toward a Post-Heterosexual Mormon Theology” And within the podcast he announces he’ll be writing a 10-yearRead More »

Dialogue Lectures #50 w/ Taylor Petrey

In this Dialogue podcast Editor Taylor Petrey discusses “Modern LDS Teachings on Gender in Context.” From the Miller Eccles website: This presentation will summarize some key findings from his forthcoming book, Tabernacles of Clay: Gender and Sexuality in Modern Mormonism (University of North Carolina Press). In particular, he will be presenting the history of the idea of gender as an “eternal” category of identityRead More »

Dialogue Sunday School #26 w/ J. Tekulvē Jackson-Vann

October 11: J. Tekulvē Jackson-Vann on 3 Nephi 17-19 J. Tekulvē Jackson-Vann is a native of Milledgeville, Georgia. Born into the Pentecostal Holiness Church, he later joined El Bethel Missionary Baptist Church before being taught by missionaries and joining The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1990. He served a full-time mission to the Michigan Lansing Mission beforeRead More »

Dialogue Book Report #6: Irreversible Things

Listen on Spotify. Listen on Apple Podcast. Lisa Van Orman Hadley joins Andrew Hall in discussing her autobiographical novel, Irreversible Things. Her debut literary work, it was awarded a Special Award for Literature by the Association for Mormon Letters. The Dialogue review of the book, by Sarah Moore, beings, “Judging by its length, Irreversible Things is the kind of book that IRead More »

Dialogue Sunday School #25 w/ David Holland

3 Nephi 12-16, September 27: David F. Holland is the John A. Bartlett Professor of New England Church History at Harvard Divinity School.  He also serves on the faculties of Religion and American Studies at Harvard University. David’s research focuses on the intersecting theological commitments and cultural changes that shaped American life from the early seventeenth century to the late nineteenth.  HisRead More »

Dialogue Heritage #9

In the ninth Dialogue Heritage podcast, Editor Taylor Petrey  and Art Editor Andi Pitcher Davis look at the Dialogue years of 2005-2009 which covered the death of President Gordon B. Hinckley, important work on Heavenly Mother and Book of Mormon and Dialogue’s jump online. Subscribe to the Dialogue Heritage Channel on Apple.

Dialogue Sunday School #24 w/ Margaret Blair Young

3 Nephi 8-11; September 21: Margaret Blair Young Margaret Blair Young is an American writer and the president of the Congo Rising Corporation, a foundation focused on initiatives on the Democratic Republic of Congo, including film. She taught creative writing for thirty-four years at Brigham Young University in the USA. She has published six novels and two short story collections, as wellRead More »

Dialogue Sunday School #23 w/ Michael D. K. Ing

3 Nephi 1-7; September 14: Michael D. K. Ing Michael D.K. Ing is an associate professor in the Department of Religious Studies at Indiana University where he studies ethics in early Chinese thought​, and has more recently moved into studying Native Hawaiian thought. He graduated with a BA from Brigham Young University, a master’s degree from Harvard Divinity School, andRead More »

Dialogue Sunday School #22 w/ Andrea Radke-Moss

Helaman 7 – 12; August 30: Andrea Radke-Moss Andrea G. Radke-Moss is a professor of history at Brigham Young University-Idaho, where she teaches courses in the American West and U.S. Women’s History.  She received her PhD from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2002 and her book, Bright Epoch: Women and Coeducation in the American West, was published by the University ofRead More »