Mormon studies, criticism, Mormon metaphysics, Truman G. Madsen
Professor McMurrin responds to Truman G. Madsen's critique of his essay on Mormon metaphysics (found in BYU Studies 2:1 (1960):101-105). This is a continuation of the debate between Sterling M. McMurrin and Truman G. Madsen regarding Mormon theology. Here McMurrin defends his statements: that Mormonism contains both realistic and nominalistic tendencies on priesthood, that Mormon value philosophy exhibits platonic character, that Mormonism is tritheistic, and that foreknowledge and free will are not contradictory.
McMurrin, Sterling M.
"Reply to Professor Madsen's Critique,"
BYU Studies Quarterly: Vol. 2
, Article 10.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/byusq/vol2/iss2/10