A detailed study of earthly elements can help deepen our understanding of heavenly objects, and refine our religious practice, explained Dr. Marcus Martins. He was this year’s McKay Lecturer on Feb. 11 in the Cannon Activities Center, and his address was titled “The Third Century of an Intelligent Religion.”
Tevita O. Ka’ili, BYU–Hawaii dean of the Faculty of Culture, Language and Performing arts, was selected as the 2019 Ko’olauloa Person of the Year on Jan. 5 by the local Facebook page La’ie Voice. Ka’ili shared since he is an anthropologist, it is his duty to advocate for his ancestors’ land.
The Winter Semester 2020 David O. McKay Lecture will be given by Marcus Martins, a professor of religion and leadership, on Feb. 11 in the Cannon Activities Center. He said he will invite students and faculty to enhance their comprehension of who God is and what He has available for His children if they seek Him intelligently.