Element, the journal of the Society for Mormon Philosophy and
Theology, provides a forum for philosophical and theological
reflection related to the beliefs and practices of the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-day Saints. In keeping with the purpose of the
Society, the journal takes seriously both the commitments of faith and
the standards of scholarship, encouraging academically productive
dialogue between various theoretical perspectives both within and
beyond the Latter-day Saint community.
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Element 1:2 (Fall 2005) Contents
"Fragments for a Process Theology of Mormonism"
"The Gospel as and Earthen Vessel"
Adam S. Miller
"The Silence that is not Silence"
Blake T. Ostler
"Restored Epistemology: A Communicative Pluralist Answer to Religious Diversity"