**Panel Discussion – The Razor’s Edge: Balancing Between Religion & Politics in a Time of Turmoil
PARTICIPANTS (from left to right):
Professor Kristine Frederickson, PhD
JD, Radio Celebrity of Religion Today Show , Speaker, Researcher
Greg is fair and well-versed in many subjects, and defends the Gospel of Jesus Christ with his entire soul. For 30 years, since 1990, Martin Tanner has hosted the Religion Today Show on KSL Radio, broadcast every Sunday at 6:30 AM, and 9:30 PM, available in podcast on KSL.com, iTunes, Google Podcasts, Spotify and many other podcast sites. The Religion Today Show was again in 2020 rated number eight on the list of the 100 best religious podcasts.
Martin’s Religion Today Show topics include science and religion, Biblical archaeology, LDS doctrine and history, the Dead Sea Scrolls, Nag Hammadi Library, early Christian manuscripts, extra-Biblical Christian and Jewish literature, translation and transmission of the Bible and Book of Mormon, the Book of Abraham and many others. He works with an LDS organization which provides scholarly information on LDS topics and responds to critics.
Martin is co-founder and Chair of IANDS of Utah, a 501(c)(3) organization, that has been studying Near-death experiences since 1989.
Martin has published articles on a variety of religious topics and debated critics of the Church on TV, radio and university campuses. He served in the Japan, Nagoya Mission. He received a BA in Finance from the University of Utah and a JD from J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young
Kristine Frederickson, PhD
In her own words: I teach at both Brigham Young University and Utah Valley University. I have taught or now teach courses in the History, Religion, Women’s Studies, Honors, and Continuing Education Departments. I taught for BYU in their semester abroad program in London and also re-entered journalism about a year and a half ago as a weekly online columnist for Mormon Times in the Deseret News.
Greg Jarrard was a Republican candidate for District 50 in the Utah House of Representatives in the November 2, 2010, state legislative elections.
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