Join us this Sunday for ‘Explorations in the Book of Mormon’

Together with the Faith Matters Foundation the Maxwell Institute is hosting an evening with the authors of our upcoming series on the Book of Mormon. BYU scholars Sharon J. Harris, Kylie Nielson Turley, and James E. Faulconer will preview their "brief theological introductions" to books in the Book of Mormon and ask for your feedback. 

Free registration is required. Go here to secure your place. 

If you're unable to attend in person, we're streaming the event live on our YouTube channel. The stream will be available here.

This event promises to be an evening of insights, fresh perspectives, and uplifting messages. Please join us!

Free parking is available in the Y lot on the corner of 800 N and 150 E (across from Brick Oven Pizza).
1 Nephi—Joseph M. Spencer, Brigham Young University
2 Nephi—Terryl L. Givens, Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship
Jacob—Deidre Nicole Green, Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship
Enos/Jarom/Omni—Sharon J. Harris, Brigham Young University
Mosiah—James E. Faulconer, Brigham Young University
Alma (1-29)—Kylie Turley, Brigham Young University
Alma (30-63)—Mark Wrathall, University of Oxford
Helaman—Kimberly Berkey, Loyola University Chicago
3 Nephi/4 Nephi—Daniel Becerra, Brigham Young University
Words of Mormon/Mormon—Adam S. Miller, Collin College
Ether—Rosalynde Welch, Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship
Moroni—David F. Holland, Harvard Divinity School

We anticipate the first few volumes to be in your hands by December 2019 to January 2020. More information about the series at

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