Podcast

#6- Adam Miller discusses Letters to a Young Mormon [MIPodcast]

In this episode of the Maxwell Institute Podcast, Adam S. Miller discusses his latest book Letters to a Young Mormon. Miller spends his days…

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#5- Samuel Brown on In Heaven as It Is on Earth and “Believing Adoption” [MIPodcast]

In this episode of the Maxwell Institute Podcast, physician and historian Samuel M. Brown discusses his book, In Heaven as it is On Earth: Joseph Smith and the Early Mormon Conquest of Death and his recent BYU Studies article, “Believing Adoption.”

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#4- Myron Penner on The End of Apologetics [MIPodcast]

This episode of the Maxwell Institute Podcast focuses on the topic of apologetics, or defending the faith. Myron Bradley Penner, an Anglican priest from Canada, discusses his new book, The End of Apologetics: Christian Witness in a Postmodern Context. In the book, Penner addresses problems he sees with certain modern apologetic methods, but they might not be what you expect.

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#3- James Goldberg on The Five Books of Jesus [MIPodcast]

In this episode of the MI Podcast, Blair Hodges talks to author James Goldberg about The Five Books of Jesus. James Goldberg is a Mormon author with Jewish and Sikh roots and these background elements permeate his recent novel. The story of Jesus has been told and retold, of course, for centuries. Over the past 200 years or so a “quest for the historical Jesus” has been launched, with archaeologists, theologians, and historians combing records and ruins for evidence of the life and teachings of Jesus. At the same time, another quest was launched—“the quest for the fictional Jesus.”

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