Loving enemies: The supreme test of Christian discipleship

The 39th annual Sidney B. Sperry Symposium was held on the Brigham Young University campus Oct. 29-30. This is one report from the symposium. More reports from other lectures will be published in the Church News in coming weeks.

"For many years I have been impressed with the profound understanding Church members have as we face the challenges of life," Brother Judd said. "Especially our knowledge of the teachings of Jesus Christ pertaining to the relationship of the gospel and good and evil in the redemption of our Father in Heaven's children."

Drawing from the conference's theme, "The Sermon on the Mount in Latter-day Scripture," Brother Judd, who was recently released from the Sunday School general presidency, spoke of the supreme test of Christian discipleship, drawing from scriptural, prophetic and scholarly sources that show how the Savior's example is the proper way to respond to evil.

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