Nathan P. Devir has just published New Children of Israel: Emerging Jewish Communities in an Era of Globalization (Salt Lake City: The University of Utah Press, 2017).
Nathan P. Devir Publishes “African Judaizing Movements and the Question of Polygamy: Perspectives from Cameroon.”
The article examines the theological, cultural, and sociohistorical underpinnings of the custom of polygamy as it is practiced among so-called “Judaizing” or “neo-Jewish” movements in rural Cameroon.
Brandon R. Peterson Has Published "Being Salvation: Atonement and Soteriology in the Theology of Karl Rahner"
Being Salvation unfolds the place of Jesus within the thought of Karl Rahner, one of the most influential Catholic theologians of the last hundred years.
Marla Brettschneider's lecture will explore Intersectionality as a framework and the role of Jews in this work.
2017 Sterling M. McMurrin Lecture on Religion & Culture, “Science versus Dogma: Biology challenges the LDS Paradigm” by Gregory A. Prince.
A lecture by Harish Trived, University of Delhi.
This discussion will be led by Seyed Hadi Yassin, a nationally recognized Islamic scholar having attended the Islamic seminary for 12 years.
Marc Zvi is the Bernice and Morton Lerner Professor of Judaic Studies at Duke University.
Marriage Iranian Style in Western Societies
With Ambassador David Saperstein
The Office for Equity and Diversity commemorates the lives of the victims during the Holocaust with “U Remembers”
10/07/16. Images and Realities of Service in the Early Medieval Church
10/06/2016. Prothero will discuss themes from his new book titled “Why Liberals Win The Culture Wars: (Even When They Lose Elections)”
FALL 2016. This panel discussion series will touch on such themes as Mormonism's intellectual legacy, women's history, race and gender, and LDS institutional dynamics
09/27/2016 A lecture by Tudor Parfitt
04/12/2016 Holy Envy: Poetry, Modernism and the Judeo-Christian Border Zone