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"1830s Latter Day Saint Missiology" with Seth Bryant
The ordination prayers over the first apostles and seventies (ordained in 1835 in Kirtland) reveal the orientation of our early missiology. Repeatedly, they were called to go, as apostolic representatives, to the edges of the globe. In their conception of the world, islands served as a rarefied space beyond the domestic, and were the ultimate realm of their apostolic calling. In this presentation, Seth will explore early Latter Day Saint missiology, and how it shaped the identity of the church.

Nov 12, 2020 07:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Seth L. Bryant
Site Director @Kirtland Temple
Seth L. Bryant--a post-Mormon, and convert to Community of Christ--is the director of the Kirtland Temple Historic Site. Seth is a former US Navy chaplain who served with a Marine infantry unit in Afghanistan. He has graduate degrees in religion from the University of Florida and Vanderbilt University.