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December 01st, 2015 | by Blair Hodges

#35—Part 1: Early Christian interpreters of the Bible and the scholars who interpret them, with Peter Martens [MIPodcast]

For centuries Christians have gathered to worship God and study the Bible. But this same text that has unified the faithful has also been the source […]

November 10th, 2015 | by Blair Hodges

#34—An ‘Evolving Faith’ panel discussion [MIPodcast]

On October 27, the third book in the Maxwell Institute’s Living Faith series was released—Steven L. Peck’s Evolving Faith: Wanderings of a Mormon Biologist. We […]

October 20th, 2015 | by Blair Hodges

#33—The Study Quran, with Maria Dakake and Joseph Lumbard [MIPodcast]

The Study Quran from HarperOne is a historic and ground-breaking work produced by a distinguished team of Islamic Studies scholars. Maria Dakake and Joseph Lumbard […]

September 08th, 2015 | by Blair Hodges

#31—Religious tolerance in American history, with Chris Beneke and Christopher Grenda [MIPodcast]

Everyone knows the classic story of how America was founded by pilgrims and puritans fleeing oppressive lands in search of religious freedom. The problem is […]

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