Saturday, November 10, 2018, 9:00 am–5:00 pm
251 TNRB (N. Eldon Tanner Building),
Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah
BYU College of Humanities, Department of Asian and Near Eastern Languages
The Interpreter Foundation
The conference will focus on LDS conceptions of ancient and modern Temple theology as reflected in the Bible and LDS scripture. It is free and open to the public, with no RSVP or entrance fee.
Videos of the presentations will be available in the future.
Program & Schedule
|Stephen Ricks: Session Chair|
|9:00||Welcome and prayer|
|9:15||S. Kent Brown: Jesus’s First Visit to the Temple|
|9:45||Kerry Muhlestein: On Earth When It Was in Heaven: Sacred Time and its Protection in Egyptian Temples|
|10:30||John Gee: “Put Off Thy Shoes from Off Thy Feet”|
|11:00||Matthew Bowen: “They Shall Be Joined unto Thee”: Levi, Levites, and the Importance of Joinings in Temple Architecture and Ritual|
|11:30||Jeffrey M. Bradshaw: Beauty and Truth in Moses 1|
|Jeffrey M. Bradshaw: Session Chair|
|1:30||Ryan Davis: Bearing Testimony in Hebrew: A Comparison of Ancient Israelite Temple Worship with Modern Latter-day Saint Testimony Meetings|
|2:00||John Thompson: The Two Ways in Ancient Egyptian Religion and Israelite Temple Theology|
|2:30||Avram Shannon: Consecration and Sacrilege in Early Rabbinic Judaism|
|3:15||Stephen Smoot: The Symbolism of the Cupped Hand in Ancient Egypt and Israel: Iconography, Text, and Artifact|
|3:45||Thomas Wayment: Recovering the Language of Purity after the First Revolt|
|4:15||Matt Roper: “Fixed and Unmovable”: Joseph Smith and the Eternal Nature of the Priesthood|
The above schedule is subject to change up to the time of (i.e., maybe the day or even hour before) the conference.
I apologize for mislabeling this post in the subscriber email as the “2016 “Conference. The information is correct for next month’s Conference.
I noticed some typos:
“Saturday, November 10, 20184, 9:00 am–5:00 pm”
I assume you mean “Saturday, November 10, 2018”. 😉
Also, could you please correct the spelling on my presentation title to have the singular “text,” so that it reads: “The Symbolism of the Cupped Hand in Ancient Egypt and Israel: Iconography, Text, and Artifact”.
Thanks, Stephen. Corrections made and the correction to your presentation title has been forwarded to the conference chair for correction in his materials.