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Religious Education

The mission of Religious Education at Brigham Young University is to assist individuals in their efforts to come unto Christ by teaching the scriptures, doctrine, and history of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ through classroom instruction, gospel scholarship, and outreach to the larger community.
Did You Know?
Students who graduate from BYU report that their religion classes were one of the best things about their college education. Responses to the annual BYU senior and alumni surveys give religion classes the highest possible ratings.
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President Gordon B. Hinckley, in his dedicatory prayer on the Joseph Smith Building on December 10, 1991, said:

“We pray for those who [take religion classes], that their minds may be enlightened, that their understanding may be quickened, that they may learn those things which will bless their lives in the world of which they will become a part, and, in a more particular way, that they may become familiar with the truth which is eternal in its nature and everlasting in its consequences.