Element is the official publication of the Society for Mormon Philosophy and Theology. The Society brings together scholars and others who share an interest in studying the teachings and texts of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It facilitates the sharing and discussio... n of work by sponsoring an annual conference, and publishing this journal. Its statement of purpose reads as follows:
The purpose of the Society is to promote disciplined reflection on Latter-day Saint beliefs. Its aims include constructive engagement with the broader tradition of philosophy and theology. All its publications, conferences, and other forums for discussion will take seriously both the commitments of faith and the standards of scholarship.
Volume 6 Issue 2 (Fall 2015) contains:
"The Mormon Jesus and the Nicene Christ," by Richard J. Mouw
"The Fundamental Law of Opposition: Lehi and Schelling," by Jad Hatem
"Dwelling in Hope," by James E. Faulconer
"A Goldilocks God: Open Theism as a Feuerbachian Alternative?" by J. Aaron Simmons and John Sanders
"A Critique of the Openness Case for Creation ex Nihilo," by David Paulsen and Spencer Noorlander
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