Periodicals; Mormons; Religious thought; Philosophy and religion
Independent national quarterly established to express Mormon culture and examine the relevance of religion to secular life. It is edited by Mormons who wish to bring their faith into dialogue with human experience as a whole and to foster artistic and scholarly achievement based on their cultural heritage. The journal encourages a variety of viewpoints; although every effort is made to insure accurate scholarship and responsible judgment, the views expressed are those of the individual authors and are not necessarily those of the Mormon Church or of the editors.
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186 I Dialogue And clean, and sweet. For Vicky, difficulties and disappointments It's very dear to me. in prison have been as numerous as her I'm sure they would but understand: achievements. She has been sustained not only If they could but see: by her Church family but also by relatives, The love my heart feels for thee. some understanding matrons and inmates, Vicky case workers and her own remarkable inner May God Always Bless You strength and faith in the Lord. NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS Since the last issue, the following changes have occurred in the Dialogue staff: Davis Bitton has relinquished his position as Book Review Editor, a position which he filled with distinction for over three years. He will stay on as a member of the Board of Editors. Edward Geary, who has served on the Dialogue staff variously as Copy Editor, Manuscript Editor, Book Review Editor and most recently Associate Editor, replaces Davis Bitton as Book Review Editor. Maureen Derrick Keeler joins the staff as Associate Editor. A graduate of the University of Utah, Maureen has taught English at BYU and the University of Washington and served for four years on the staff of former Congressman David S. King. Currently, Maureen is doing research and writing on single people in the Church, taking care of her two daughters and, with her husband, Robert, trying to enjoy living in Los Angeles. Gary P. Gillum joins the staff as Assistant Editor. A reference librarian at BYU, Gary is responsible for the index in this volume and is working on a cumulative index of Dialogue. Gary's autobiographical sketch appears in No More Strangers, Vol. 2, edited by Hartman Rector, Jr. JAMES B. ALLEN is Assistant Church Historian and Professor of History at BYU. He was co-editor of the special issue of Dialogue on Mormonism in the Twentieth Century and is currently working on a history of the modern and contemporary Mormon Church. KENNETH E. BOULDING is a distinguished economist at the Institute of Behavioral Science of the University of Colorado at Boulder. He is recognized as an authority on the economic and social implications of population growth and has published extensively in those areas. JOHN CAUGHEY, past president of the Organization of American Historians and the Western History Association, was long-time editor of the Pacific Review. He is the author of California, the standard history of the state, and many other books and articles. JULIE G. CHRISTENSEN teaches French in Salt Lake City schools and has written reviews for Utah Holiday. ROBERT CHRISTMAS is an itinerant song writer and salesman living in Los Angeles. His poems have appeared in a number of issues of Dialogue as well as in other publications.