2015: Saskia (Mees) Tielens, “Review: Guilty as Charged? Mormonism in Nazi Germany David Conley Nelson. Moroni and the Swastika: Mormons in Nazi Germany” Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, Vol 48 No. 3 (2019): 124–129. Response to Moroni and the Swastika: Mormons in Nazi Germany wherein David C. Nelson describes the relationship between the Church Continue Reading »
2019: Steven Shields, “Joseph Smith and Sidney Ridgon: Co-founders of a Movement” Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, Vol 52 No. 3 (2019): 1–18. Shields argues that if you deny or dismiss Sidney Ridgon’s contributions to the early church, then the scripture canon during this time would need to be reinterpreted. 2018: Richard Sleegers, “Pedagogy of Continue Reading »
2019: Blaire Ostler, “Queer Polygamy” Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, Vol 52 No. 1 (2019): 33–43. Ostler addresses the problems with what she terms the “Standard Model of Polygamy.” She discusses how these problems might be resolved if it is put into a new type of model that she terms “Queer Polygamy.” 2019: Helynne Continue Reading »
2019: Cheryl Bruno, “Then and Now” Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, Vol 52 No. 1(2019): 79. In this poem, Bruno describes the differences between ancient temples and modern day temples. 2019: Linda Hoffman Kimball, “Friday Morning Shift” Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, Vol 52 No. 1(2019): 84. Kimball describes her feelings about the temple while Continue Reading »
2020: Elizabeth Fenton; Brian M. Hauglid,; Michael Austin, “Dialogue Book Review Roundtable: Visions in a Seer Stone: Joseph Smith and the Making of the Book of Mormon by William Davis” Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, Web Only (2020). A Roundtable discussion of William L Davis’ Visions in a Seer Stone (published in 2020). The reviewers Continue Reading »
2019: Rebecca de Schweinitz, “There is no Equality”: William E Berrett, BYU, and healing the Wounds of Racism in the Latter- Day Saint Past and Present” Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, Vol 52 No. 3 (2019):62–83. De Schwientiz documents how students at BYU still hear racist reasons for the priesthood/temple ban in classes, missions, Gospel Doctrine, Continue Reading »
2020: Steven C. Harper, “First Vision: Memory and Mormon Origins.” Dialogue Lectures Podcast #48. Harper discusses how the principles of memory may have influenced Joseph Smith as he recorded his multiple First Vision accounts. Harper essentially says that when we want to remember something our recollection is both affected by what actually happened in the past Continue Reading »
In other words, being gay doesn’t change a person’s character, integrity, or worth. If our dialogue about LGBT Mormons doesn’t teach us any more than this, we will have come a long way. — Bob Rees
1977: Val D. MacMurray, “Warning: Labels Can Be Hazardous to Your Health,” Dialogue 10.4 (Winter 1977): 130–132.
1987: R. Jan Stout, “Sin and Sexuality: Psychobiology and the Development of Homosexuality,” Dialogue 20.2 (Summer 1987): 31–43.
1993: T.J. O’Brian, “You Are Not Alone: A Plea for Understanding the Homosexual Condition,” Dialogue 26.3 (Fall 1993): 119–140.
Many–but not all–of the men and especially women entering into Joseph Smith’s order of plural marriage did so primarily as a show of loyalty, obedience and sacrifice to Smith, coupled with Smith’s assurance that blessings unimaginable awaited them. — Gary James Bergera
1974: Lawrence Foster, “A Little-Known Defense of Polygamy from the Mormon Press in 1842,” Dialogue 9.4 (Winter 1974): 21 – 34.
1979: James Clayton, “The Supreme Court, Polygamy and the Enforcement of Morals in Nineteenth Century America,” Dialogue 12.4 (Winter 1979): 46– 61.
1985: D. Michael Quinn, “LDS Church Authority and New Plural Marriages, 1890-1904,” Dialogue 18.1 (Spring 1985): 9– 105.
1985: Richard S. Van Wagoner, “Mormon Polyandry in Nauvoo,” Dialogue 18.3 (Fall 1985): 67– 83.
Dialogue has been *crucial* in terms of documenting Mormon feminist history and experience. — Joanna Brooks
1978: Dixie Snow Huefner, “Church and Politics at the Utah IWY Conference,” Dialogue 11.1 (1978): 58 – 76.