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Kent Brooks

Associate Teaching Professor
Church History and Doctrine

303-C JSB
Provo, UT 84602

Biography

Born in Provo, Utah. Raised in Utah, Texas, and California. Served in the Argentina Rosario Mission. Married in 1978. Five children, thirteen grandchildren. Bachelor's degree in psychology, master's degree in counseling; PhD in family studies. He has practiced for over thirty-five years as a marriage and family counselor. Served in the Church as bishop (twice), member of the high council, counselor in mission presidency, Young Men president, Missionary Training Center branch president, and Gospel Doctrine teacher.

Courses Taught: Latter-day Saint Marriage and Family Relations (234) Doctrine and Covenants 324 and 325, The Eternal Family (200), and Missionary Prep (130)

Areas of Expertise: Marriage and family; Doctrine and Covenants

Areas of Research: Marriage and family; Church history and doctrine

Languages: Spanish

Research Interests

Marriage
Doctrine
Church History

Teaching Interests

Marriage
Missionary Preparation
Doctrine and Covenants

Courses Taught

Kent Brooks