Society for Mormon Philosophy and Theology: Call for Papers

The Society for Mormon Philosophy and Theology (SMPT) will hold its 2012 Annual Meeting at Utah State University in Logan, on 20-22 September.  The conference theme is “Theology of the Book of Mormon.” We invite paper proposals on any aspect of Mormon belief, but particularly encourage submissions giving special attention to the distinctive contributions of the Book of Mormon to LDS theology. Submissions are due July 16th. If you’re interested, or if you know somebody who might be interested, in a full description of the theme and of the details for submitting paper proposals, please contact me at (or, alternatively, Professor Benjamin Huff at Randolph-Macon College in Virginia, at and request the Call for Papers flyer.

"The Scholarship of Hugh Nibley and John Sorenson: The Myth of Non-Respectability"
Cold realism, I'm afraid
"How cemeteries and smartphones play a role in family history"
"Joseph Smith's vision of the 3 degrees of glory was a gift from God"