Dr. Robert L. Millet lectured on the topic of constancy and change in Mormonism in the 21st century. The lecture coincided with the inauguration of the Robert L. Millet Fellowship in Mormon Studies at Claremont. Roy and Carol Christensen, longtime supporters of Claremont Mormon Studies, provided a generous donation to initiate this fellowship. It is designed to assist students who intend to pursue careers in the Seminaries and Institutes program of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Dr. Millet was introduced by Dr. Richard J. Mouw, the past president of the Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. Both Dr. Millet and Dr. Mouw have been important voices in the contemporary interfaith dialogue among Mormons and evangelicals.
The video is here.
Professor Bob Millet delivered his lecture on the theme of foreseeable constancy and change in Mormonism during the 21st century.
The event was well attended and was followed by spirited informal conversations.
Here are some of the CGU students affiliated with Claremont Mormon Studies.
Photographs by Robert Briggs. All rights reserved.