DC Institute Class

August 11, 2014 | one comment
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Thomas B. Griffith (D.C. Circuit Court judge and former BYU General Counsel, Senate Legal Counsel, Bishop and Stake President) is teaching an institute class at the Chevy Chase building this fall on early Church history, with a focus on “Joseph Smith as Everyman.”  

The class starts Tuesday, September 2nd at 7pm and will run every Tuesday night throughout the fall. You can register either upon arrival or in advance at the Church’s Institute site

Please spread the word. Brother Griffith is a fantastic teacher and having a class from him on this topic is a rare opportunity — it is sure to be stellar.

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One Response to DC Institute Class

  1. Tim on August 11, 2014 at 8:59 pm

    He was my stake president and institute teacher several years ago at BYU, and was a guest of honor for several days at my Midwest law school. He is really a fantastic teacher–his BYU institute class was one of the highlights of my time at BYU. He was also a hit with the (almost entirely non-LDS, mostly liberal) law school crowd. Bright and engaging. Wish I lived somewhere near DC…

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