Richard L. Bushman

Book of Mormon

Richard Bushman is Gouverneur Morris Professor of History, Emeritus, at Columbia University.  Before Columbia he taught at Brigham Young University, Boston University, and the University of Delaware. His recent books include The Refinement of America: Persons, Houses, Cities, and the award winning and critically acclaimed Joseph Smith: Rough Stone Rolling. He lives in New York City with his wife Claudia, who is also an historian.

Robert Rees

Book of Mormon

Robert A. Rees is Director of Education and Humanities at the Institute of HeartMath. Previously, he taught and worked in administration at UCLA for twenty five years. More recently, he has taught literature and ethics at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Rees has been active in Mormon Studies over the course of his academic career. He served as editor of Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought and currently serves as a member of the Council on Mormon Studies at Claremont Graduate University (where he has also been a Visiting Scholar at the Graduate Centers for Arts and Humanities).  His work has appeared in such publications as the Ensign, BYU Studies, The Journal of Book of Mormon Studies, Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, and Sunstone. His edited volume, A Readers’ Book of Mormon, will be published this year by Signature Press. Currently he is completing a collection of scholarly articles on the Book of Mormon.

Jennifer Rose

Gathas of Zarathushtra

Prof. Jenny Rose has a doctorate in Iranian Studies from Columbia University, New York. She has been working with the Zoroastrian community since the mid-1980s, when she wrote a course outline for “The Zoroastrian Tradition” as part of the Inner London Education Authority’s Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education. Jenny teaches two classes on the Zoroastrian religion through the CGU School of Religion.
 

Althea Spencer Miller

New Testament

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