Robert L. Millet
Department: Ancient Scripture
Title: Professor of Ancient Scripture
Bio: Brother Millet was Born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on 30 December 1947. Served in Eastern States Mission from 1967-69. Married Shauna Sizemore in 1971; six children. Received B.S., M.S. degrees in Psychology from BYU; Ph.D. from Florida State University in Religious Studies. Worked with LDS Social Services, LDS Seminaries and Institutes, and joined BYU Religious Education faculty in 1983. Served as Ancient Scripture Department Chair and as Dean of Religious Education.
Courses Taught: New Testament, Book of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants, Pearl of Great Price, Joseph Smith Translation of the Bible, Christian History
Areas of Expertise: Joseph Smith Translation, Book of Mormon (doctrine), Outreach to other Christian faiths, Christian History and Theology
Areas of Research: Christian history and doctrine; Faith, Hope, and Charity; Joseph Smith's Contributions to the World's Great Questions
Languages: Hebrew (reading Biblical; skills rusty)