August 15, 2013

Book of Mormon Goes to School

Lindsay Whitehurst, Salt Lake Tribune

The University of Utah will offer what it calls the first academic course dedicated to studying the Book of Mormon as a work of literature this fall.

Though there are other programs on Mormon studies and history, instructor David Bokovoy says his class is unique in taking an academic look at the text that’s inspired one of the country’s fastest-growing churches, the Salt Lake City-based Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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