Fall issue features articles by Evangelical and Latter-day Saint scholars and pastors
Cory Willson, editor of the journal
The fall issue of Fuller’s Evangelical Interfaith Dialogue Journal focuses on the conversation
between Evangelical and Latter-day Saint scholars and pastors.
In this issue, each article targets a specific topic of
dialogue between Mormons and Evangelicals and a scholar from each faith is
asked to weigh in.
Fuller’s President Richard J. Mouw, who has written and
spoken extensively about open dialogue between Evangelicals and Mormons, wrote
an introduction for the issue.
In reading through the essays that appear in these pages, it
struck me that this issue is the most “personal” in tone of all the fine
discussions that have been featured thus far in this journal. There are stories
here of first impressions about very real people, and reports about what happened
when folks shared meals and spent some time visiting historic places together.
Most important, there are testimonies here of trusting personal relationships
that have been formed…
These essays signal an important development in
American—yes, even global—religion. Mormons and Evangelicals are talking
together. And we have been doing so in conversations that have been lasting for
days and spreading over more than a decade. All of us who have been involved in
this ongoing dialogue are convinced that God is pleased with what we are doing
together. I believe that the testimonies in these pages clearly support that
To read the full issue, go here.