- First Name
- Middle Name/M.I.
- Last Name
- Media Availability
- Categories of Difference
- First-generation college graduate
- Independent Scholar
- Institutional Affiliation
- Highest Degree Relevant to Mormon Studies
- Discipline of Degree
- American Religious History
- Biographical Sketch
Bridget Jack Jeffries holds a BA in classics from Brigham Young University and an MA in American religious history from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Her research passions include deification, religious feminism (both Christian and Mormon), interfaith marriage, and interfaith dialogue. A member of the Evangelical Covenant Church, Bridget is a long-time non-Mormon commentator on the LDS faith.
Mormon Studies Expertise
- Methods/ Approaches
- Gender Studies, History, Religious Studies, Theology
- Chronological Focus
- I am not bound by time
- Geographic Focus
- United States and/or Canada
- Research Topics
- Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Gender/Femininity/Masculinity/Sexuality, Interfaith/Interreligious Relations/Dialogue, Scripture, Theology, Women's History
- Key Words
- Deification Interfaith Marriage
So I Married a Mormon: An Interfaith Memoir (forthcoming)
“Called and Ordained: A Priesthood of All Believers in Alma 13.” In A Preparatory Redemption: Reading Alma 12-13, edited by Matthew Bowman and Rosemary Demos. Provo, Ut.: Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Studies, August 2018.
“As God Is, Woman May Become?: Women and the Mormon Doctrine of Exaltation” master’s thesis., Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, 2016, ProQuest (1797426855).
“How Wide the Divide, and Can Biblical Equality Bridge It?” Mutuality, Fall 2010, 15-17.