Scriptural scholars at Brigham Young University will teach classes for adults on the New Testament and Book of Mormon during winter semester in the auditorium of the Conference Center on campus.
Milton Sharp, director of Adult Religion Classes for the LDS Church Educational System, said those who want registration information may call 378-2528."More than 300 people registered for the adult religion classes during fall semester, and we receive many positive comments about them," Sharp said.
Daniel H. Ludlow and Robert J. Matthews, both former deans of religious education at BYU, will teach "The New Testament, a Strong Witness of Jesus Christ" Tuesdays from 7 to 9 p.m. beginning Jan. 29.
Robert L. Millet, chairman of the ancient scripture department and an instructor at BYU Campus Education Week, will teach "Doctrinal Themes of the Book of Mormon" Wednesdays from 7 to 9 p.m. beginning Jan. 30.