- Four Fundamentals for Those Who Teach and Inspire Youth
- The Name and Titles of God in the Old Testament
- The War in Heaven and Satan’s Continuing Battle for Power
- The Gathering of Israel
- The Story of Judah and Tamar
- A Latter-day Saint Perspective on Biblical Inerrancy
- Egyptian Papyri and the Book of Abraham: Some Questions and Answers
- Lincoln and the Brethren
- Paradox and Discipleship
- Hope through a Windshield
- Helping Students Understand Divine Truth
- Multiple Intelligences in the Gospel Classroom
- The Church in Brazil: An Interview with CES Director Paulo Grahl
"He that receiveth the word by the Spirit of truth receiveth it as it is preached by the Spirit of truth....wherefore, he that preacheth and he that receiveth understand one another, and both are edified and rejoice together."
"I question whether the intelligence of man can be compelled. Certainly men cannot be saved in sin, because the laws of salvation and exaltation are founded in righteousness, and not in sin."
President J. Reuben Clark Jr.
"Part of human nature is the desire for variety and change. When students complain about classes being boring, part of what they often mean is sameness. Even a persuasive teaching technique may become boring if overused."
Teaching the Gospel