Harvard Divinity School
February 24-25, 2017
The Faith and Knowledge Conference was established in 2007 to bring together LDS graduate students in religious studies and related disciplines in order to explore the interactions between religious faith and scholarship. During the past five conferences, students have shared their experiences in the church and the academy and the new ideas that have emerged as a result. Papers and conversations provided thought-provoking historical, exegetical, and theoretical insights and compelling models of how to reconcile one’s discipleship with scholarly discipline.
The program for the 2017 conference is available here.
Richard Lyman Bushman, Columbia University
Kim Berkey, Harvard Divinity School
Zachary Davis, Harvard Divinity School
Daniel Gullotta, Yale Divinity School
Rachael Givens Johnson, University of Virginia
Christopher Jones, Brigham Young University
Joseph Stuart, University of Utah