In this special episode, Kajsa Berlin-Kaufusi joins the podcast to talk about her time working at BYU. As faculty at BYU, she worked in the ancient scripture department teaching religion courses. We discuss the documentary hypothesis and how others in her department dealt with the uncomfortable concepts of scriptural historicity. Our conversation ran long. I’m confident you’ll enjoy it, but we had to cut the discussion up into two parts.
Kajsa has a blog. It is full of thoughtful posts on spirituality and a wide variety of subjects. We’ll also keep track of her in the future because she’s writing a book. When it comes out, I’ll invite her back to discuss it.
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Great discussion, I’m hoping that these are the type of conversations that we can openly have with active members of the church. It shouldn’t only be restricted to those who are unorthodox.