BYU, presentations, theology, doctrine, Christianity
Each semester the Institute sponsors an average of six brown bag presentations (so named because they are informal lectures delivered during the noon hour). Held on the BYU campus, these events are conducted largely for the benefit of scholars and other specialists who are invited to report on research projects they are pursuing and papers they are writing. At the conclusion of their presentations, the speakers respond to questions and constructive comments from the audience. These events enable researchers to test and explore the ideas and insights they are developing on a host of topics related to the work of the Institute. In order to ensure a maximum amount of give-and-take between the presenters and the audience, attendance is limited to invited BYU faculty and staff as well as Institute personnel. Insights later reports on most of these presentations. Three such reports follow.
"Researchers Share, Test Ideas with Peers,"
Insights: The Newsletter of the Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship: Vol. 22:
1, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/insights/vol22/iss1/2