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Mormon Studies Podcast

Brent Metcalfe

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Mormon Studies Podcast

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Brent Metcalfe

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Mormon Studies Podcast: Mormon Studies for Everyone

Latest Episodes

005: Brian & Laura Hales—Single-volume Distillation of Three-volume History; Polygamy and Polyandry

My friends Laura and Brian Hales join me for an informed, candid interview about the practice of early Mormon polygamy. A catalyst for our discussion is their recently published Joseph Smith’s Polygamy: Toward a Better Understanding—a distillation of Brian’s three-volume…Read more →

65 MIN2015 DEC 4
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005: Brian & Laura Hales—Single-volume Distillation of Three-volume History; Polygamy and Polyandry

004: Dan Vogel—Annotated Edition of the First Anti-Mormon Book (1834); Restoration Origins

A prolific interpreter of Mormonism, Dan Vogel is an engaging guest and a decades’ long friend. In this interview we discuss his most recent publication, an annotated edition of Eber Dudley Howe’s 1834Mormonism Unvailed: Or, a Faithful Account of That…Read more →

69 MIN2015 AUG 15
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004: Dan Vogel—Annotated Edition of the First Anti-Mormon Book (1834); Restoration Origins

003: David Bokovoy—Three-volume Series on the Hebrew Bible; Historicity and the Nature of Scripture

Authoring the Old Testament: Genesis–Deuteronomy is the first in a three-volume series by David Bokovoy on the composition of the Tanakh, which he suggests can inform and clarify our understanding of Joseph Smith’s translations. A gracious podcast guest, David shares…Read more →

64 MIN2015 MAR 24
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003: David Bokovoy—Three-volume Series on the Hebrew Bible; Historicity and the Nature of Scripture

002: Julie M. Smith—Revised Book on the Gospels; Harmonizing Hermeneutics vs. Critical Scholarship

In her newly published revision of Search, Ponder, and Pray: A Guide to the Gospels, Julie M. Smith invites readers to engage the gospels devotionally by asking questions critically. In our podcast, Julie elaborates on the benefits she sees inthis…Read more →

48 MIN2015 JAN 17
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002: Julie M. Smith—Revised Book on the Gospels; Harmonizing Hermeneutics vs. Critical Scholarship

001: Jan Shipps—New History of the Prairie and Mountain Saints; Race and Gender

Jan Shipps is the perfect inaugural interview for theMormon Studies podcast. She has become the matron saint of Mormon studies (that’s a promotion from her previous role as the den mother of Mormon studies). Sheis professor emeritus of history at…Read more →

66 MIN2014 NOV 25
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001: Jan Shipps—New History of the Prairie and Mountain Saints; Race and Gender
the END

Latest Episodes

005: Brian & Laura Hales—Single-volume Distillation of Three-volume History; Polygamy and Polyandry

My friends Laura and Brian Hales join me for an informed, candid interview about the practice of early Mormon polygamy. A catalyst for our discussion is their recently published Joseph Smith’s Polygamy: Toward a Better Understanding—a distillation of Brian’s three-volume…Read more →

65 MIN2015 DEC 4
Comments
005: Brian & Laura Hales—Single-volume Distillation of Three-volume History; Polygamy and Polyandry

004: Dan Vogel—Annotated Edition of the First Anti-Mormon Book (1834); Restoration Origins

A prolific interpreter of Mormonism, Dan Vogel is an engaging guest and a decades’ long friend. In this interview we discuss his most recent publication, an annotated edition of Eber Dudley Howe’s 1834Mormonism Unvailed: Or, a Faithful Account of That…Read more →

69 MIN2015 AUG 15
Comments
004: Dan Vogel—Annotated Edition of the First Anti-Mormon Book (1834); Restoration Origins

003: David Bokovoy—Three-volume Series on the Hebrew Bible; Historicity and the Nature of Scripture

Authoring the Old Testament: Genesis–Deuteronomy is the first in a three-volume series by David Bokovoy on the composition of the Tanakh, which he suggests can inform and clarify our understanding of Joseph Smith’s translations. A gracious podcast guest, David shares…Read more →

64 MIN2015 MAR 24
Comments
003: David Bokovoy—Three-volume Series on the Hebrew Bible; Historicity and the Nature of Scripture

002: Julie M. Smith—Revised Book on the Gospels; Harmonizing Hermeneutics vs. Critical Scholarship

In her newly published revision of Search, Ponder, and Pray: A Guide to the Gospels, Julie M. Smith invites readers to engage the gospels devotionally by asking questions critically. In our podcast, Julie elaborates on the benefits she sees inthis…Read more →

48 MIN2015 JAN 17
Comments
002: Julie M. Smith—Revised Book on the Gospels; Harmonizing Hermeneutics vs. Critical Scholarship

001: Jan Shipps—New History of the Prairie and Mountain Saints; Race and Gender

Jan Shipps is the perfect inaugural interview for theMormon Studies podcast. She has become the matron saint of Mormon studies (that’s a promotion from her previous role as the den mother of Mormon studies). Sheis professor emeritus of history at…Read more →

66 MIN2014 NOV 25
Comments
001: Jan Shipps—New History of the Prairie and Mountain Saints; Race and Gender
the END
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