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. Bridget is a member of the Evangelical Covenant Church and a human resources professional who works for the state of Illinois. She blogs on evangelical culture at Weighted Glory.
- 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).
- “Decision has been made for you, LDS feminists.” The Salt Lake Tribune, 25 June 2014.
- “Book Review: The 2011 NIV Bible.” Priscilla Papers 25.1 (Winter 2011): 26-28.
- “How Wide the Divide, and Can Biblical Equality Bridge It?” Mutuality, Fall 2010, 15-17.
- Interview with Betty Rollins. “Interfaith Divorce.” Religion & Ethics Newsweekly. PBS, 27 August 2010.
- Interview with Naomi Schaefer Riley. “Interfaith marriages are rising fast, but they’re failing fast, too.” The Washington Post, 6 June 2010.
- Interview with Jillian Ogawa. “Other faiths find niche on campus.” The Daily Universe, 1 May 2003.
- Interview with Jillian Ogawa. “BYU was right fit for evangelical student.” The Daily Universe, 1 May 2003.
Symposia & Seminars
- Participant: Third Annual Mormon Theology Seminar, Berkeley (June 2016).
- Panel: “All Apologies: The Role of Apologetics in Mormonism & Mormon Studies,” Sunstone Symposium, Salt Lake City (July 2012).
- Paper: “More Precious Things: Evidence for Women’s Priesthood in the Earliest Christianity,” Sunstone Symposium, Salt Lake City (August 2010).
- Paper: “The Johannine Comma and Its Place in LDS Thought,” BYU Humanities Symposium, Provo (March 2004).