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After receiving his BS degree in 1981 from Utah State University, he was hired by the LDS Church Education System, where he served from 1981–1987 as an instructor at Bountiful Viewmont Seminary. My notes on this website are geared towards Common Entrance and scholarship R. Evolution and variations in attitudes toward law in Judaeo-Christian traditions from biblical to contemporary times. Raymond Manker; Unitarian Universalist Association, Emeritus UU Congregation of Phoenix; Paradise Valley, AZ Reverend Frances H.

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