Ludlow to speak on cultural ties between religions, Nov. 13
Posted November 7, 2003; 03:49 p.m.
Theological scholar Victor Ludlow will deliver a lecture on the traditions that unite Mormons, Muslims and Jews at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 13, in Murray-Dodge West. His address is titled "Bread Without Scarceness: Mormonism in the Holy Land."
Ludlow, professor of ancient scripture and coordinator of Near Eastern studies at Brigham Young University, specializes in the areas of Bible studies, the Middle East, Jewish history and theology, and comparative Latter-day Saint theology.
He will speak on the ties that bring together Mormons, Muslims and Jews in their cultural, religious and scriptural traditions. He will also answer questions about Latter-day Saint doctrine and history. Refreshments will follow the lecture.
The event is sponsored by the Latter-day Saint Student Association, Undergraduate Student Government Projects Board, Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students and Venture Fund.
For more information, contact Francisco Nava .
Contact: Ruth Stevens (609) 258-3601