SPECIAL COLLECTIONS ITEMS
Correspondence between Eugene England and LDS Apostle Bruce R. McConkie.
The following items relate primarily to exchanges between England and McConkie on the theological question about whether or not God can be “perfect” while at the same time be said to be “progressing.”
Document titled “Finding Answers to Gospel Questions” enclosed in the above letter
Eugene England to Elder Bruce R. McConkie, 25 May 1981. This is a transcription made due to the very poor quality of the only remaining known copy of this letter, which is available to view here.
Eugene England to Elder Bruce R. McConkie, October 1981 (undated but content suggests it was written a few days before 26 October 1981)
Interview with G. Eugene England about his experiences founding Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Historical Department Oral History program interview conducted by Davis Bitton on 16 and 19 September 1975.
Part 1 (21 pages)
Part 2 (10 pages)
“Knowledge without Zeal.” A statement on “Honors” education at BYU given to the Humanities College faculty, 7 December 1978.
This page is still under construction but will soon host more selections from Eugene England’s journal, interesting correspondence, church talks, lesson outlines, and other unpublished materials from the Eugene England Papers, which will be available for viewing and research through the University of Utah Marriott Library Special Collections in 2011.
Please check back again soon!