Jeffrey, Duane E.
Seers, Savants, and Evolution : The Uncomfortable Interface
Dialogue : A Journal of Mormon Thought
3 & 4
Jeffrey examines many statements on evolution in trying to find a consistent church opinion. He feels that church doctrine is at times closer to a scientific point of view than to a strict 'creation from nothing' viewpoint.
'To Maintain Harmony' : Adjusting to External and Internal Stress, 1890-1930
A History of Dialogue, Part Two : Struggle Toward Maturity, 1971-1982
A Turbulent Spectrum : Mormon Reactions to the Darwinist Legacy
Between Revivalism and the Social Gospel : The Latter-day Saint Social Advisory Committee, 1916-1922
Discussion Continued : The Sequel to the Roberts/Smith/Talmage Affair
Early Mormon Perceptions of Contemporary America : 1830-1846
Mormonism and the New Creationism
Mormons and the Bible : The Place of the Latter-day Saints in American Religion
People of Paradox : A History of Mormon Culture
Premortal Spirits : Implications for Cloning, Abortion, Evolution, and Extinction
Science : A Part of or Apart from Mormonism?
Science : Forever Tentative?
Science, Religion, and Mormon Cosmology
Scientific Foundations of Mormon Theology
The Adam-God Doctrine
The Mormon Experience : A History of the Latter-day Saints
The Mormon Myth of Evil Evolution
The Reconciliation of Faith and Science : Henry Eyring's Achievement
A Compendium of the Faith and Doctrines of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
A Comprehensive History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Anti-Intellectualism in Mormon History
Joseph Smith as Scientist : A Contribution to Mormon Philosophy
Life and Philosophy of W. H. Chamberlin
Mormonism : A Nineteenth Century Heresy
The Position of Adam in Latter-day Saint Scripture and Theology
The Social Psychological Basis of Mormon New-orthodoxy
The Theological Foundations of the Mormon Religion
The Transformation of Mormon Theology