The author is a senior at Brigham Young University majoring in Classics with emphases in both Latin and Greek who will attend Yale Divinity School this fall (2009) to study the Bible, focusing on the New Testament and early Christianity. The Sunday Page welcomes all interested in early Christianity, religion and the human experience generally, and offers a critical-thinking but faithful Latter-day Saint perspective.

One of the positions of The Sunday Page is that the unique theology and ecclesiology of Joseph Smith and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints offers a fresh perspective on:

  • the development of the early Christian church
  • New Testament exegesis, and
  • modern religious thought.

Naturally, readers are always welcome to disagree and need not fear comment censorship as long as they disagree respectfully and refrain from personal attack, profanity, and inclusion of external links.

Disclaimer: the blog’s title does not advocate being religious only on sundays. 🙂

7 Responses

  1. Hey – I for one could use some background info on what faith is to someone from the LDS tradition.


  2. Jon,

    Could you please email me concerning guest blogging at FPR.

  3. Ah, a fellow classics major!

    Say hi to Dr. Hall and Dr. Macfarlane and Dr. Huntsman, if you know them.

  4. Will do Jack! I remember you from your upperclassman days when I was just a Freshman.

  5. Really? I’m sorry, I totally don’t remember you, I wish I did. 😦 Don’t tell people what I was really like at BYU though…. I want them to believe the hype about how awesome and brave I was.

  6. Hey jondh!

    Long time! I heard you are off to grad school. Where are you off to and what are you studying? Send me an e-mail!

    Best wishes,


  7. Jon,

    If you want to add Facebook or email sharing buttons to your blog posts, there’s a plugin that does it for you:


    Hope you find it helpful!


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