Example of work found on page 115 of the Summer 2008 issue of Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought.
LDS (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)
Samuel Brown is an academic critical care physician interested in religious and cultural history, particularly as it relates to life, death, and the body. His first encounter with true terror came as he cradled his infant daughter and realized how perfectly fragile she was. The image of a parent's heart breaking captured for him the wrenching paradox of Christ's atonement and the mortal phase of the plan of salvation. Conversations with a humanitarian demining expert, coupled with Samuel's own work on health reform in the Caucasus and Central Asia, provided the stage for "Domlick," his gospel story about fathers and daughters.