Life’s thesis: the perspective of Adam Miller, a Latter-day Saint theologian
The story of Adam Miller’s life can be captured in what he considers “the thesis” — bringing God to the center of everything.
Relief Society celebrates 181st anniversary, looks at local and worldwide impact
The women’s organization, known as The Relief Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, was formally created 181 years ago on March 17, 1842.
Returned Nauvoo performing missionaries create musical theater group
After serving as missionaries in the Nauvoo Pageant Mission, members of Heart and Voice, a musical theater group, now inspire Utah residents as they praise the Lord through song and dance.
Eva Witesman speaks on being a powerful creator at BYU Honors Program lecture
BYU business professor Eva Witesman spoke about what it means to be a powerful creator at the annual Disciple Scholarship lecture held by the BYU Honors Program on Tuesday, March 14.
New BYU class encourages interfaith leadership, service opportunities
The Interfaith Leadership and Ethics course taught at BYU prioritizes experiential learning through service with other faith-based organizations such as Catholic Community Services.
Religion professors host Y-Religion podcast about recent research
Professors in the religious education department host a podcast about research done by faculty in the department to help members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints learn more about the gospel.