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Diné Doctor: A Latter-day Saint Story of Healing

From the Pulpit: My Mother’s Eclipse

New Voices: Ecology of Absence

Leveling the Earth, Expanding the Circle

The Faith of a Psychologist: A Personal Document

The Structure of Genesis, Chapter 1

Geological Specimen Rejuvenates an Old Controversy

The Book of Abraham and Pythagorean Astronomy

Dialogues on Science and Religion

Clyde Parker and Brent Miller, “Dialogues on Science and Religion,” Dialogue 8.3/4 (Autumn/Winter 1973): 109 – 126.

Dialogues on Science and Religion

A Dialogue with Henry Eyring

Edward L. Kimball, “A Dialogue with Henry Eyring,” Dialogue 8.3/4 (Autumn/Winter 1973): 99 – 108.

Treasures In the Heavens: Some Early Christian Insights into the Organizing of Worlds

Religion and Science: A Symbiosis

Introduction

Science, Religion and Man

Robert Rees, “Science, Religion, Man,” Dialogue 8.3/4 (Autumn/Winter 1973): 4 – 6.

Herbal Remedies: God’s Medicine?

The Imperfect Science: Brigham Young on Medical Doctors

Medicine and the Mormons: A Historical Perspective

His Chastening Rod: Cholera Epidemics and the Mormons

An Official Position

In postscript let me say that I have been accused of forging this letter and of taking unfair advantage of President Smith. Let the readers judge. I am personally grateful that the Church has not…

On Mormonism, Moral Epidemics, Homeopathy and Death from Natural Causes

Quackery and Mormons: A Latter-day Dilemma

The New Biology and Mormon Theology

Science: “Forever Tentative”?

John Willard Young, Brigham Young, and the Development of Presidential Succession in the LDS Church

Spreading Zion Southward, Part I: Improving Efficiency and Equity in the Allocation of Church Welfare Resources

Two Studies of Health and Religion in Utah

Two Studies of Health and Religion in Utah

The Human Genome Project, Modern Biology, and Mormonism: A Viable Marriage?

Devyn M. Smith, “The Human Genome Project, Modern Biology, and Mormonism: A Viable Marriage?”  Dialogue 34.4 (Winter 2002): 61–71.

Mormonism and the New Creationism

David H. Bailey, “Mormonism and the New Creationism,” Dialogue 34.4 (Winter 2002): 39–59.

The Mormon Myth of Evil Evolution

In the years since this event, I’ve found that there are a number of members who believe that evolution is a doctrine of the devil.

Thoughts on Mormonism, Evolution, and Brigham Young University

Well, I was raised i n a rather unscientific environment , a little farming community.

Endowing the Olympic Masses: Light of the World

Spinning Gold: Mormonism and the Olympic Games

Science and Religion: A Dialogue: Response

Science and Religion: A Dialogue: What the Universe Means to People Like Me

Short Creek: A Refuge for the Saints

Watson shares why early fundamentalists broke off from the main church  and decided to leave Utah and settle Short Creek.

Crawling Out of the Primordial Soup: A Step toward the Emergence of an LDS Theology Compatible with Organic Evolution

And in fact, what might it mean that God “used” evolution to create life’s diversity? Was this a choice for God among other al-ternatives? Do Wildman’s pessimistic conclusions hold for Mor-monism? Does evolution imply a…

Creationism and Intelligent Design: Scientific and Theological Difficulties

This Little Light of Ours: Ecologies of Revelation

A Perch, A Foothold, A Float

“The Blood of Every Beast”: Mormonism and the Question of the Animal

Whither Mormon Environmental Theology

Flexibility in the Ecology of Ideas: Revelatory Religion and the Environment

Enoch’s Vision and Gaia: An LDS Perspective on Environmental Stewardship

Faith and the Ethics of Climate Change

Why Nature Matters: A Special Issue of Dialogue on Mormonism and the Environment

Absent Sound

Dialogue Topic Pages #9: Evolution

Diné Doctor: A Latter-day Saint Story of Healing

From the Pulpit: My Mother’s Eclipse

New Voices: Ecology of Absence

Leveling the Earth, Expanding the Circle

The Faith of a Psychologist: A Personal Document

The Structure of Genesis, Chapter 1

Geological Specimen Rejuvenates an Old Controversy

The Book of Abraham and Pythagorean Astronomy

Dialogues on Science and Religion

Clyde Parker and Brent Miller, “Dialogues on Science and Religion,” Dialogue 8.3/4 (Autumn/Winter 1973): 109 – 126.

Dialogues on Science and Religion

A Dialogue with Henry Eyring

Edward L. Kimball, “A Dialogue with Henry Eyring,” Dialogue 8.3/4 (Autumn/Winter 1973): 99 – 108.

Treasures In the Heavens: Some Early Christian Insights into the Organizing of Worlds

Religion and Science: A Symbiosis

Introduction

Science, Religion and Man

Robert Rees, “Science, Religion, Man,” Dialogue 8.3/4 (Autumn/Winter 1973): 4 – 6.

Herbal Remedies: God’s Medicine?

The Imperfect Science: Brigham Young on Medical Doctors

Medicine and the Mormons: A Historical Perspective

His Chastening Rod: Cholera Epidemics and the Mormons

An Official Position

In postscript let me say that I have been accused of forging this letter and of taking unfair advantage of President Smith. Let the readers judge. I am personally grateful that the Church has not…

On Mormonism, Moral Epidemics, Homeopathy and Death from Natural Causes

Quackery and Mormons: A Latter-day Dilemma

The New Biology and Mormon Theology

Science: “Forever Tentative”?

John Willard Young, Brigham Young, and the Development of Presidential Succession in the LDS Church

Spreading Zion Southward, Part I: Improving Efficiency and Equity in the Allocation of Church Welfare Resources

Two Studies of Health and Religion in Utah

Two Studies of Health and Religion in Utah

The Human Genome Project, Modern Biology, and Mormonism: A Viable Marriage?

Devyn M. Smith, “The Human Genome Project, Modern Biology, and Mormonism: A Viable Marriage?”  Dialogue 34.4 (Winter 2002): 61–71.

Mormonism and the New Creationism

David H. Bailey, “Mormonism and the New Creationism,” Dialogue 34.4 (Winter 2002): 39–59.

The Mormon Myth of Evil Evolution

In the years since this event, I’ve found that there are a number of members who believe that evolution is a doctrine of the devil.

Thoughts on Mormonism, Evolution, and Brigham Young University

Well, I was raised i n a rather unscientific environment , a little farming community.

Endowing the Olympic Masses: Light of the World

Spinning Gold: Mormonism and the Olympic Games

Science and Religion: A Dialogue: Response

Science and Religion: A Dialogue: What the Universe Means to People Like Me

Short Creek: A Refuge for the Saints

Watson shares why early fundamentalists broke off from the main church  and decided to leave Utah and settle Short Creek.

Crawling Out of the Primordial Soup: A Step toward the Emergence of an LDS Theology Compatible with Organic Evolution

And in fact, what might it mean that God “used” evolution to create life’s diversity? Was this a choice for God among other al-ternatives? Do Wildman’s pessimistic conclusions hold for Mor-monism? Does evolution imply a…

Creationism and Intelligent Design: Scientific and Theological Difficulties

This Little Light of Ours: Ecologies of Revelation

A Perch, A Foothold, A Float

“The Blood of Every Beast”: Mormonism and the Question of the Animal

Whither Mormon Environmental Theology

Flexibility in the Ecology of Ideas: Revelatory Religion and the Environment

Enoch’s Vision and Gaia: An LDS Perspective on Environmental Stewardship

Faith and the Ethics of Climate Change

Why Nature Matters: A Special Issue of Dialogue on Mormonism and the Environment

Absent Sound