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VIDEO—Carolyn Osiek, RSCJ, “Women’s Lives in Early Christianity”

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Carolyn Osiek’s recent keynote address is now available to watch online: “Between the Holy and the Ordinary: Women’s Lives in Early Christianity.” Watch Carolyn Osiek, RSCJ delivered the keynote address at the Maxwell Institute’s symposium, “Material Culture and Women’s Religious Experience in Antiquity.” The symposium focused on material and visual evidence casting light on women’s religious […]

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Adam Miller to visit the Institute this summer as affiliate faculty

15 Mar Read
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The Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship is excited to announce a new addition to our roster of visiting scholars for 2019. Adam S. Miller will join us as an affiliate faculty member from June until August. Miller is a professor of philosophy at Collin College in McKinney, Texas, and author of a number of […]

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Miranda Wilcox named next co-editor of best-selling Living Faith book series

14 Mar Read
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Miranda Wilcox has been named co-editor of the Maxwell Institute’s Living Faith series—books which present the voice of scholars who have cultivated believing hearts while engaged in the disciplines of the academy. The titles have been the Institute’s best selling publications since the series began in 2014 with Adam Miller’s Letters to a Young Mormon. Spencer Fluhman, […]

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