Ancient Scripture professor gives education week speech about extending mercy to others and yourself in order to find peace.
Emily Taylor, assistant director of BYU's Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution at BYU Law School, spoke virtually about conflict at Education Week. She shared insights on how to recognize and resolve conflict.
As BYU Education Week moved to an online format this year, speakers and administrators rose to the challenge of providing an equally spiritual experience over the internet.
Elizabeth A. Clark and Matthew K. Richards spoke during an Education Week session about the current challenges religious freedom faces.
An Education Week session on Friday was filled with laughter and jokes about funeral potatoes and funny sayings on gravestones as BYU religion professor Lawrence R. Flake spoke about the place of humor in the Church.
BYU professor of ancient scripture Kerry Muhlestein spoke at an Education Week session on Thursday about the Abrahamic Covenant as taught in the Book of Mormon and its relation to the present-day Gathering of Israel.