Call for Applicants: BYU’s Church History and Doctrine Department Seeks Two New Hires

By November 4, 2011

The Church History and Doctrine Department at BYU’s School of Religious Education seeks applicants for two new faculty positions. The first will teach world religions—a booming topic at BYU, I hear—and the second will focus on the more traditional curriculum of the department, preferably with a PhD in history.

Applications for these positions are to be completed online, and are found through this link.

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Comments

  1. These job ads are well-scripted. It seems Ancient Scripture persists in using the same ad discussed at FPR (http://www.faithpromotingrumor.com/2007/10/byu-hiring-ancient-scrip-prof/)

    Comment by RG — November 4, 2011 @ 8:49 am

  2. But they told me I was a lock!

    Comment by Steve Evans — November 4, 2011 @ 11:16 am

  3. #2: a *schlock*, Steve; they told you you were a *schlock*.

    Comment by Ben Park — November 4, 2011 @ 11:33 am

  4. Not a Shylock? Whatevs.

    Comment by Steve Evans — November 4, 2011 @ 4:01 pm


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