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Let Us Reason Together: Essays In Honor of the Life’s Work of Robert L. Millet

Guest blog by J. Spencer Fluhman, associate professor of history at Brigham Young University. Latter-day Saint scholar Robert L. Millet’s 2014 retirement provided an opportunity for those who consider him a mentor, colleague, and friend to pay tribute to his prodigious career of nearly four decades. Both in terms of his staggering literary production and in his

Unprofitable Servants

For many years I wrestled with how to take a compliment. I don’t know how many hundreds of talks or lessons I’ve given over the last thirty years, but it’s been a lot. And more than once people have come to the front of the room to thank me afterward. Those compliments have been as

Wow! Ten Years!

We are now in our tenth year of publishing the Religious Educator (TRE). When Robert L. Millet (then dean of Religious Education at BYU) asked me to take the lead in this new venture, it forced me to think about the niche TRE might fill. Over the years, I found that it was important to