My nearly-married and newly-married twenties were some of the most profoundly significant days of my life. Two events and two very different people were most influential to my way of living and thinking about Mormonism. The first event occurred on one of our first dates in 1983, when my then-fiancée, Zina, took me to a… More Eugene England and the Future of Mormonism
I recorded a podcast with Patrick Mason and Dan Wotherspoon of Mormon Matters and Gina Colvin of A Thoughtful Faith. We were talking about Patrick Mason’s book Planted: Belief and Belonging in an Age of Doubt.
Dan Last week, I had the privilege to chat with my dear friends Dan Wotherspoon and Terryl and Fiona Givens on Mormon Matters podcast about the nature of prophecy and scripture. I sort of want to shout hallelujah every time I think about the fact that I have friends like Dan and Fiona and Terryl! Sometimes I am… More Mormon Matters Podcast
I meant to post this back in August. Sorry. In our the Mormon Matters podcast series, Russell Arben Fox, Randall Paul, and I sat down to talk with host Dan Wotherspoon about Hugh Nibley’s social criticism: http://mormonmatters.org/2013/08/29/188-189-hugh-nibley-part-3-prophet-of-zion/
Maxwell Institute editor, Brian Hauglid and Kevin Barney and I sit down with Dan Wotherspoon to discuss Hugh nibley’s scholarship. http://mormonmatters.org/2013/08/26/186-187-hugh-nibley-part-2-scholar-and-defender-of-the-faith/
In the first of a three part series, my brother-in-law, Alex Nibey, and I discuss with Mormon matters moderator, Dan Wotherspoon the life of Hugh Nibley http://mormonmatters.org/2013/08/21/184-185-hugh-nibley-part-1-a-fascinating-life/
My friend, Dan Wotherspoon, interviewed me on this podcast about the story of my faith: 054: Boyd Jay Petersen