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Anthony Sweat

Assistant Professor, Associate Chair
Church History and Doctrine

Office: 365B JSB

Anthony R. Sweat grew up in West Valley City, Utah and served a mission to Bolivia, La Paz. He received a BFA in painting and drawing from the University of Utah (1999) and his M.Ed (2005) and his Ph.D in Curriculum and Instruction (2011) from Utah State University. Prior to joining the religion faculty at BYU he worked for thirteen years with Seminaries and Institutes of Religion. Dr. Sweat is the author of several books and articles related to the teachings of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He centers his research on factors that influence effective pedagogical practices, particularly in religious education. As a practicing artist, his paintings center on previously undepicted, important aspects of LDS history to promote visual learning. His outside interests include basketball, triathlon, and painting. Anthony and his wife, Cindy, are the parents of seven children and reside in Springville, Utah.

Courses Taught: Foundations of the Restoration (REL C-225); Doctrine and Covenants (REL C-324 and 325)

Areas of Expertise: Religious Education Pedagogy; Curriculum and Instruction; LDS Art; LDS Teachings.

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