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Mr. Richard E. Bennett

Professor, Church History and Doctrine

Brigham Young University

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Brigham Young University

945 SWKT

Provo, Utah 84602

United States

Company Description

BYU’s Department of Communications, a part of the College of Fine Arts and Communications, recently celebrated its 75th year. The program offers a bachelor’s degree in Communications with an emphasis in advertising, public relations, print journalism, ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Clinical Psychologist

Barefoot Wellbeing CIC

Accountant

University of Manitoba

Affiliations

USA Team Member
Presbyterian Evangelistic Fellowship Inc

Council Member
The Mormon History Association

Council Member
Web Services International

Education

Angelicum University

Jesuits

Northwestern University

B.A.

Carroll College

J.D. Crowe alumnus

M.A.

Master of Divinity degree

Nashotah House

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Richard E Bennett - Egyptology ...

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Richard E Bennett - Egyptology in the 19th Century

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Richard E Bennett - BYU professor
Following Peterson, I went to hear Richard E. Bennett give two presentations.  The first one discussed Egyptology in the days of Joseph Smith, Martin Harris, and Charles Anthon.  Bennett gave background information on Egyptology before getting into Anthon and Harris.  Napoleon invaded Egypt in 1798.  French soldiers discovered the Rosetta Stone in July 1798.  The dimensions were 3 ft 9 in x 2 ft 4.5 inch wide x 11 in thick.  The stone weighed 1500 pounds and currently resides in the British Museum.  The stone contained writing from a temple around 196 BC.  There appeared to be 3 writings of the same event.  The top of the stone contained ancient hieroglyphs, the bottom  was Greek, and the middle hieratic, a form of cursive Egyptian. Nobody could read either of the Egyptian writings, and the stone defied linguists for decades, though the Greek was translated easily. Following Peterson, I went to hear Richard E. Bennett give two presentations.  The first one discussed Egyptology in the days of Joseph Smith, Martin Harris, and Charles Anthon.  Bennett gave background information on Egyptology before getting into Anthon and Harris.  Napoleon invaded Egypt in 1798.  French soldiers discovered the Rosetta Stone in July 1798.  The dimensions were 3 ft 9 in x 2 ft 4.5 inch wide x 11 in thick.  The stone weighed 1500 pounds and currently resides in the British Museum.  The stone contained writing from a temple around 196 BC.  There appeared to be 3 writings of the same event.  The top of the stone contained ancient hieroglyphs, the bottom  was Greek, and the middle hieratic, a form of cursive Egyptian. Nobody could read either of the Egyptian writings, and the stone defied linguists for decades, though the Greek was translated easily.
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Harris was a wealthy farmer, and Joseph asked him to mortgage his farm to pay for the printing costs of the Book of Mormon. Â Bennett said that $3000 doesn't sound like much money to us, but in 1828, it would have been the equivalent of $175,000. Â Harris would have been concerned about getting his money back, and wondered if the translation was legitimate. Â Bennett says that we assume that it was Moroni that asked Joseph to make copies of the characters to take to scholars.
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Harris was a wealthy farmer, and Joseph asked him to mortgage his farm to pay for the printing costs of the Book of Mormon. Â Bennett said that $3000 doesn't sound like much money to us, but in 1828, it would have been the equivalent of $175,000. Â Harris would have been concerned about getting his money back, and wondered if the translation was legitimate. Â Bennett says that we assume that it was Moroni that asked Joseph to make copies of the characters to take to scholars.


Following a breakfast buffet, we will ...

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Following a breakfast buffet, we will be privileged to hear from our Keynote Speaker, BYU Professor Richard E. Bennett and Guest Speakers BYU Professor Shauna Anderson-Young, PhD and Sister Terry Latey of the Historical Pioneer Research Group.


2012 Mormon History Association Conference - Calgary Canada

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If necessary, hard copies of proposals can be sent to Richard Bennett, 370D Joseph Smith Building, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT 84602. Notification of acceptance or rejection will be made by December 31, 2011. Additional instructions and information are available on the MHA website at http://www.mhahome.org.

MHA Calgary Program Committee
Co-Chair: Richard E. Bennett Associate Dean Religious Education Brigham Young University


'Dr. Richard Bennett, ...

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'Dr. Richard Bennett, Clinical Psychologist and Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist.'


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