Ronald E. Bartholomew
Brother Bartholomew currently serves as an instructor at the Orem University Institute of Religion, where he teaches Christian history, LDS Church history, and courses on the standard works of the LDS Church. He received a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree from Brigham Young University and a doctorate in the sociology of education from the University of Buckingham in London, England.
He has published scholarly articles in academic journals in the United States and Europe and has written several chapters in various published volumes. His research interests include nineteenth-century missionary work in Victorian England as well as assorted topics in ancient scripture and Church history. He and his wife, Kristen, have seven children and four grandchildren.
2018 - Everything is Alike Unto the Lord
The right and wrong alters on which to sacrifice your children.
Get the perspective of an institute teacher on how the youth of today are doing. Find out what are the right and wrong kinds of alters to sacrifice our children on. See what important part of the Lord’s prayer we are missing in our prayers. The three types of stories and what to avoid in storytelling. You will be inspired and uplifted and given hope as you listen to Dr. Ron Bartholomew, a “conduit for God.”