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Featured Article: What Drew Me to Dialogue

An Evangelical Student's Experience at BYU
When I matriculated to Brigham Young University in the fall of 2006, it was mainly because I wanted to learn about Mormonism from Mormons. I had long felt that to understand any culture, I needed to be fully immersed in it—and nowhere did that seem more possible with Mormonism than at BYU...
Protestant hostility toward Mormonism is no modern phenomenon, though it has changed in form. This 1847 illustration titled “A Mormon and his wives dancing to the devil’s tune” is an example of early anti-Mormon literature.

1Boyd K. Packer, Conference Report (Salt Lake City: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, October 1985), 107. See also Boyd K. Packer, “Be Not Afraid,” address at Ogden, Utah, LDS Institute of Religion, 16 November 2008, 5.

2Doctrine and Covenants 88:118.