Variety of thinkers will present at Society for Mormon Philosophy and Theology's annual meeting

by | Sep. 14, 2012

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From Sept. 20-22, the Society for Mormon Philosophy and Theology (SMPT) will hold its 2012 annual meeting in Logan.

Founded at the close of a path-breaking conference on Mormonism held at Yale University's Divinity School in March 2003, SMPT has sponsored a series of annual meetings since that time that have featured many extraordinarily interesting thinkers — both Latter-day Saints and non-Latter-day Saints — on matters relating to Mormon doctrine and scripture.

This year's annual meeting will again offer a rich and varied menu of presentations, commencing at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 20, when Terryl Givens, of the University of Richmond (Virginia), delivers the 18th annual Leonard J. Arrington Mormon History Lecture on "The Prophecy of Enoch as Restoration Blueprint" at the Logan LDS Tabernacle.

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