Brigham Young University devotional and fireside speeches frequently address the relationship between the gospel and education. Speeches given throughout the year are published annually in a single volume. They are available at the Harold B. Lee Library and LDS bookstores, and through the mail at this address: Publications & Graphics, 218 University Press Building, Provo, UT 84602-1919.
WWW site: http://speeches.byu.edu
Purpose: BYU Studies strives to serve all parts of Brigham Young University. It is dedicated to the correlation of revealed and discovered truth and to the conviction that the spiritual and the intellectual may be complementary and fundamentally harmonious avenues of knowledge. In exploring scholarly perspectives on LDS topics, BYU Studies seeks wisdom "by study and also by faith" (D&C 88:118) and at the same time recognizes that knowledge without charity is nothing (1 Cor. 13:2).
Scope: Contribution from all fields of learning are invited. BYU Studies strives to publish articles that openly reflect a Latter-day Saint point of view and are obviously relevant to subjects of general interest to Latter-day Saints, while conforming to high scholarly standards. This multidisciplinary journal has been published continuously by BYU since 1959. Its objective is to publish the best possible LDS scholarly journal, along with one or two major books a year, and occasional smaller monographs or special issues.
Formats: BYU Studies is offered in hard copy as well as on CD-ROM and in other electronic formats. Available back issues and reprints are also available.
Address: BYU Studies, 403 CB, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah 84602
Phone: (801) 378-6691
Fax: (801) 378-4649
WWW site: http://humanities.byu.edu/BYUStudies/homepage.htm
WWW site: http://www.byu.edu/bym
FARMS encourages and supports research about the Book of Mormon, Another Testament of Jesus Christ, and other ancient scriptures.
FARMS is a nonprofit educational foundation, independent of all other organizations. Its main research interests include ancient history, language, literature, culture, geography, politics, and law relevant to the scriptures. Although such subjects are of secondary importance when compared with the spiritual and eternal messages of the scriptures, solid research and academic perspectives alone can supply certain kinds of useful information, even if only tentatively, concerning many significant and interesting questions about the scriptures.
FARMS makes interim and final reports about this research available widely, promptly, and economically. As a service to teachers and students of the scriptures, research results are distributed both in scholarly and popular formats. FARMS hopes that this information will help interested people to "come unto Christ" (Jacob 1:7) and to understand and take more seriously these ancient witnesses of the atonement of Jesus Christ, the Son of God.
Address: FARMS, P. O. Box 7113, University Station, Provo, Utah 84602.
Local Phone: (801) 378-3295
Long Distance: 1-800-327-6715
Distribution Center: 551 E. 870 N., Provo (just west of the BYU Health Center, turn onto 500 E. from 800 N.)
WWW site: http://farmsresearch.com
Collegium Aesculapium is a professional association for LDS physicians, health professionals, and students who approach medical service with high ethical and moral values and with open hearts. It welcomes members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, alumni of BYU, and other interested persons who desire to grow in mind and spirit as they partake of opportunities to improve human health. The association publishes The Journal of Collegium Aesculapium which focuses on articles dealing with moral, ethical, and religious issues.
Address: The Collegium Aesculapium Foundation, Inc. P.O. Box 7424, University Station, Provo, UT 84602.
Information: Bruce Woolley, Exec. Vice Pres. Phone: (801) 378-6650 or 377-7729; Address: 485 WIDB, BYU, Provo, UT 84602; E-mail: <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
WWW site: http://collegiumaesculapium.org