Dialogue Podcasts

Dialogue Out Loud #18: 2022 Spring Poetry

Listen on Spotify. Listen on Apple. A beautiful oral rendering of the Spring 2022 Issue poetry including   ASCENSION, AFTER JOHN DONNE by Kathryn Knight Sonntag BIG BANG, WITH STERNUTATION AND SEER STONES by Tyler Chadwick CREATION STORY by Maren Loveland MOTHERSONG by Bonnie Shiffler-Olsen GOD THE MOTHER SPEAKS OF HEARTS by Dayna Patterson BOOK OF LIFE, FOR TIMOTHY LIURead More »

Dialogue Gospel Study #64 w/Darren Parry

Darren Parry is the former Chairman of the Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation. Darren serves on the Board of Directors for the American West Heritage Center, in Wellsville, Utah, the Utah State Museum Board, the Community Advisory Board for the Huntsman Cancer Institute, the Utah Humanities Board and the PBS Utah Board of Directors. He attended the University ofRead More »

Dialogue Book Report #16: Beyond the Mapped Stars by Rosalyn Eves

Rosalyn Eves teaches English at Southern Utah University and writes young adult novels in her spare time. She earned a PhD in English from Penn State in 2008, where she wrote about Women’s spatial rhetorics in the nineteenth-century American West, focusing on the rhetorics of four very different women of the West, including Eliza R. Snow. She has written a young adult historical fantasy trilogy,Read More »

Dialogue Gospel Study #63 w/Maxine Hanks

Maxine Hanks lectures and writes on history, women’s studies and theology in Mormon studies and Christian liturgy. She did her bachelor’s in Gender Studies at the University of Utah, and her masters work in History at Arizona State University, with additional graduate work in theology and religious studies at Harvard Divinity and other schools. She was a research fellow with the UtahRead More »

Dialogue Out Loud #17: 2021 Winter Poetry

Listen on Spotify. Listen on Apple. A beautiful oral rendering of the Winter 2021 Issue poetry including COLOR by David K. Isom SALT LAKE CITY, 1957 by Judy Darke Delogu HYMN TO A MAPLE by Gerrit van Dyk ACOUSTIC by Gerrit van Dyk    

Dialogue Gospel Study #62 w/Thomas Wayment

Thomas A. Wayment is a professor of classical studies at Brigham Young University. The author, coauthor, or editor of many articles and several books, he completed a PhD in New Testament Studies at Claremont Graduate University and has published extensively on New Testament topics. He served as the publications director of the BYU Religious Studies Center from 2013 until 2018.Read More »

Dialogue Gospel Study #61 w/Esther Candari

NEW: Download the Dialogue Hallway Chat after the formal lesson with Esther Candari here. Esther Hi’ilani Candari was born to a mixed Asian American family and raised on the beautiful eastern shore of Oahu, Hawai’i. As an artist, her work reflects this rich multicultural upbringing and often draws upon Polynesian symbols and cultural idealogies. Her work is primarily figurative andRead More »

Dialogue Out Loud #16: Fear, Faith, and Other F-Words

Listen on Spotify. Listen on Apple. I’m sitting in the bishop’s office. My dress is slightly damp, but I can’t determine whether the moisture is a result of the snowstorm or sweat beading beneath the cotton. I haven’t eaten since yesterday, so I can’t vomit, but the churning in my stomach wants to prove otherwise. The bishop has the questionsRead More »

Special Fireside with Blair Hodges episode with Editor Taylor Petrey

Taylor Petrey traces the development of doctrine about gender and sexuality within the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Find all Fireside with Blair Hodges episodes from Season 1 here. 

Dialogue Gospel Study #60 w/LaShawn Williams

NEW: Download the Dialogue Hallway Chat after the formal lesson with LaShawn Williams here. Dr. LaShawn Williams is a lifelong member of the church by way of a Southern, African-American part-member, military family. She is a licensed clinical social worker and owner of Relational Spaces, her private practice located in Orem, Utah where she helps clients create change in the relationships that matter most. SheRead More »