10 questions with John Gee

*Updated: Feb. 2, 2018

In January 2018, I had the privilege to interview John Gee, author of “An Introduction to the Book of Abraham.

Gee is perhaps today’s most well-known Mormon Egyptologist and has been gracious enough to sit down for an interview to share his thoughts and experiences about the intersections of faith and scholarship.

John Gee, courtesy of BYU Religious Studies Center

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Book Review – The Council of Fifty: What the records reveal about Mormon history

“The Council of Fifty: What the Records Reveal About Mormon History,” is a timely book published by BYU’s Religious Studies Center. While the minutes of the council were published in their totality via the Joseph Smith Papers in 2016, they still remain somewhat inaccessible to general readers. “The Council of Fifty” contains 15 essays by leading scholars about relevant topics of interest.

 

A companion article to this review will appear shortly in the Deseret News under the title, “Five fascinating facts about the Council of Fifty.”

I am pleased to announce the editors of this compilation, Matthew J. Grow and R. Eric Smith, will be participating in the “10 questions” interview series on Continue reading “Book Review – The Council of Fifty: What the records reveal about Mormon history”