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Maxwell Institute Podcast

Blair Hodges

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Maxwell Institute Podcast
Maxwell Institute Podcast

Maxwell Institute Podcast

Blair Hodges

7
Followers
9
Plays
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Scholars of religion discuss faith and scholarship

Latest Episodes

MIPodcast #96—The untold story of Lin Zhao, a martyr in Mao’s China, with Xi Lian

The post MIPodcast #96—The untold story of Lin Zhao, a martyr in Mao’s China, with Xi Lian appeared first on Neal A. Maxwell Institute | BYU.

67 MIN1 weeks ago
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MIPodcast #96—The untold story of Lin Zhao, a martyr in Mao’s China, with Xi Lian

#95—“Answering sincere gospel questions,” with Spencer Fluhman

The post #95—“Answering sincere gospel questions,” with Spencer Fluhman appeared first on Neal A. Maxwell Institute | BYU.

28 MINAUG 20
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#95—“Answering sincere gospel questions,” with Spencer Fluhman

#94—People with disabilities in religious communities

71 MINAUG 6
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#94—People with disabilities in religious communities

#93—Women in the New Testament and beyond, with Carolyn Osiek

The post #93—Women in the New Testament and beyond, with Carolyn Osiek appeared first on Neal A. Maxwell Institute | BYU.

57 MINJUL 23
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#93—Women in the New Testament and beyond, with Carolyn Osiek

MIConversations—Terryl Givens with Samuel Brown, “Confessions of an ‘Odd Intellectual’”

The post MIConversations—Terryl Givens with Samuel Brown, “Confessions of an ‘Odd Intellectual’” appeared first on Neal A. Maxwell Institute | BYU.

55 MINJUL 12
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MIConversations—Terryl Givens with Samuel Brown, “Confessions of an ‘Odd Intellectual’”

#92—Joseph Smith’s Egyptian papers, with Robin Jensen & Brian Hauglid

Joseph Smith left a lot of documents behind when he died in 1844, from the mundane to the intriguing. Some of the more puzzling documents deal with a book of scripture in the Latter-day Saint canon called the Book of Abraham. Said to be translated from ancient papyrus, the scripture broadens the story of the […]

75 MINJUN 27
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#92—Joseph Smith’s Egyptian papers, with Robin Jensen & Brian Hauglid

#91—The contested history of religious freedom, with Tisa Wenger

The post #91—The contested history of religious freedom, with Tisa Wenger appeared first on Neal A. Maxwell Institute | BYU.

59 MINAPR 16
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#91—The contested history of religious freedom, with Tisa Wenger

MIConversations #8—Thomas Wirthlin McConkie, “The spiritual journey”

Maxwell Institute Conversations are special episodes of the Maxwell Institute Podcast, hosted by Terryl Givens and created in collaboration with Faith Matters Foundation. Audio and video available. Thomas Wirthlin McConkie was born into a prominent American Latter-day Saint family, but the faith didn’t resonate with him as a teenager. He disconnected from the Church and […]

53 MINMAR 26
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MIConversations #8—Thomas Wirthlin McConkie, “The spiritual journey”

#90—Editing and illuminating the Book of Mormon, with Grant Hardy and Brian Kershisnik

The post #90—Editing and illuminating the Book of Mormon, with Grant Hardy and Brian Kershisnik appeared first on Neal A. Maxwell Institute | BYU.

68 MINMAR 12
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#90—Editing and illuminating the Book of Mormon, with Grant Hardy and Brian Kershisnik

#89—‘Sister Saints,’ with Colleen McDannell

The post #89—‘Sister Saints,’ with Colleen McDannell appeared first on Neal A. Maxwell Institute | BYU.

52 MINFEB 5
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#89—‘Sister Saints,’ with Colleen McDannell

Latest Episodes

MIPodcast #96—The untold story of Lin Zhao, a martyr in Mao’s China, with Xi Lian

The post MIPodcast #96—The untold story of Lin Zhao, a martyr in Mao’s China, with Xi Lian appeared first on Neal A. Maxwell Institute | BYU.

67 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
MIPodcast #96—The untold story of Lin Zhao, a martyr in Mao’s China, with Xi Lian

#95—“Answering sincere gospel questions,” with Spencer Fluhman

The post #95—“Answering sincere gospel questions,” with Spencer Fluhman appeared first on Neal A. Maxwell Institute | BYU.

28 MINAUG 20
Comments
#95—“Answering sincere gospel questions,” with Spencer Fluhman

#94—People with disabilities in religious communities

71 MINAUG 6
Comments
#94—People with disabilities in religious communities

#93—Women in the New Testament and beyond, with Carolyn Osiek

The post #93—Women in the New Testament and beyond, with Carolyn Osiek appeared first on Neal A. Maxwell Institute | BYU.

57 MINJUL 23
Comments
#93—Women in the New Testament and beyond, with Carolyn Osiek

MIConversations—Terryl Givens with Samuel Brown, “Confessions of an ‘Odd Intellectual’”

The post MIConversations—Terryl Givens with Samuel Brown, “Confessions of an ‘Odd Intellectual’” appeared first on Neal A. Maxwell Institute | BYU.

55 MINJUL 12
Comments
MIConversations—Terryl Givens with Samuel Brown, “Confessions of an ‘Odd Intellectual’”

#92—Joseph Smith’s Egyptian papers, with Robin Jensen & Brian Hauglid

Joseph Smith left a lot of documents behind when he died in 1844, from the mundane to the intriguing. Some of the more puzzling documents deal with a book of scripture in the Latter-day Saint canon called the Book of Abraham. Said to be translated from ancient papyrus, the scripture broadens the story of the […]

75 MINJUN 27
Comments
#92—Joseph Smith’s Egyptian papers, with Robin Jensen & Brian Hauglid

#91—The contested history of religious freedom, with Tisa Wenger

The post #91—The contested history of religious freedom, with Tisa Wenger appeared first on Neal A. Maxwell Institute | BYU.

59 MINAPR 16
Comments
#91—The contested history of religious freedom, with Tisa Wenger

MIConversations #8—Thomas Wirthlin McConkie, “The spiritual journey”

Maxwell Institute Conversations are special episodes of the Maxwell Institute Podcast, hosted by Terryl Givens and created in collaboration with Faith Matters Foundation. Audio and video available. Thomas Wirthlin McConkie was born into a prominent American Latter-day Saint family, but the faith didn’t resonate with him as a teenager. He disconnected from the Church and […]

53 MINMAR 26
Comments
MIConversations #8—Thomas Wirthlin McConkie, “The spiritual journey”

#90—Editing and illuminating the Book of Mormon, with Grant Hardy and Brian Kershisnik

The post #90—Editing and illuminating the Book of Mormon, with Grant Hardy and Brian Kershisnik appeared first on Neal A. Maxwell Institute | BYU.

68 MINMAR 12
Comments
#90—Editing and illuminating the Book of Mormon, with Grant Hardy and Brian Kershisnik

#89—‘Sister Saints,’ with Colleen McDannell

The post #89—‘Sister Saints,’ with Colleen McDannell appeared first on Neal A. Maxwell Institute | BYU.

52 MINFEB 5
Comments
#89—‘Sister Saints,’ with Colleen McDannell