Wednesday, July 11, 2007
Major Conference on Mormons and Evangelicals Announced
Standing Together has just announced a major conference on Mormonism and Evangelicals to take place this fall: The National Student Dialogue Conference. It will occur on October 19-20 at the Salt Lake Christian Center. Check out the Event Poster and the Plenary Sessions (PDF).

I am not sure what to make of this event. Given those involved, I honestly do not know what to think. While I would love to attend myself, I already have the prior commitment of going on the Alpha and Omega Ministries cruise. I hope they'll record it all and make MP3s and/or DVDs available. If anyone plans on going, please let me know!

(HT: John Morehead)


posted at 3:00 PM  
Comments (4)

At 5:54 PM, Anonymous Todd Wood said...

I will try to go. Thanks for the announcement.

At 9:18 PM, Blogger kingofbleh said...

John I am kinda surprised Dr. White isn't going there

But I know the cruise is a pretty big deal for AOmin.

Enjoy the cruise, brother! The rest of us working-class apologists will be slaving away while you live it up!


Lucas Defalco

At 12:19 PM, Blogger John Divito said...


Let me know your thoughts after attending!


Thanks! But the only reason that I am able to go is the low price of this cruise. The most expensive part will probably be the plane ticket!

At 11:59 AM, Blogger John W. Morehead said...

Your readers might be interested in recent posts on my blog that touch on interreligious dialogue and Mormon-evangelical dialogue in particular. These include posts on Leonard Swidler's "Dialogue Decalogue," and an interview with John Saliba on how this might need to be adapted for the unique circumstances in the relationship between new religions (including Mormonism) and Christianity.


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