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10.28.2022 | The Maxwell Institute

Research Assistant Isaac Richards wins the George H. Brimhall Essay Contest

Isaac Richards, a research assistant at the Maxwell Institute recently won the George H. Brimhall contest with his essay “Parable of the Cane”. Richards currently works for scholar Taunalyn Ford at the Institute.

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11.26.2022 | The Maxwell Institute

Ancient Christians Available Now

Ancient Christians: An Introduction for Latter-day Saints is a historical and theological window on Christianity’s first six centuries and beyond. It invites Latter-day Saints to encounter ancient followers of Jesus Christ, to hear what they heard, see what they saw, understand how they worshipped, and learn what they believed. Readers will come to see early Christian women […]

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11.26.2022 | The Maxwell Institute

Ancient Christians Available Now

Ancient Christians: An Introduction for Latter-day Saints is a historical and theological window on Christianity’s first six centuries and beyond. It invites Latter-day Saints to encounter ancient followers of Jesus Christ, to hear what they heard, see what they saw, understand how they worshipped, and learn what they believed. Readers will come to see early Christian women […]

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10.28.2022 | The Maxwell Institute

Research Assistant Isaac Richards wins the George H. Brimhall Essay Contest

Isaac Richards, a research assistant at the Maxwell Institute recently won the George H. Brimhall contest with his essay “Parable of the Cane”. Richards currently works for scholar Taunalyn Ford at the Institute.

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11.21.2022 | The Maxwell Institute

Abide: Jonah and Micah

One of my favorite sermons in the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is a sermon delivered by President Hugh B. Brown at BYU. It’s entitled God is the Gardner; I’m confident that many of you have heard this before. But I love the part at the end where, when dealing […]

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11.14.2022 | The Maxwell Institute

Abide: Amos and Obadiah

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Spencer Fluhman

Executive Director

Spencer Fluhman is the executive director of the Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship. He is also associate professor of history at Brigham Young University, where he teaches American religious history. He graduated summa cum laude from BYU and received masters and doctoral degrees in history from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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Catherine Gines Taylor

Hugh W. Nibley Postdoctoral Fellow

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