Rich Offerings from BYU’s Religious Studies Center



The Joseph Smith Building
on the campus of Brigham Young University
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I received a note this morning from Devan Jensen, executive editor at BYU’s Religious Studies Center.  In part, it reads as follows:


Could you alert readers to the following excellent resources for lifelong gospel learners that are available at the Religious Studies Center site?


Readers can enjoy browsing academic and devotional books on topics related to ancient scripture and modern Church history and doctrine. An extensive and searchable library of archived books is available—most for free.


Readers will enjoy valuable  content from the Religious Educator (an academic journal for teachers and students of the restored gospel) and the BYU Religious Education Review magazine.


To get automatic updates, readers can also like the BYU Religious Studies Center and Religious Educator Facebook pages.


I”m happy to call attention to these worthwhile things.



We're doomed.
Jenkins, Hamblin, and "Great Expectations"
"How Islamist Extremists Warp the Fatwa"
New Testament 196
  • Chris Baker

    Sounds good to me.