Eric Rogers



About Brother Rogers

Eric Paul Rogers holds bachelor's and master's degrees in Germanic Studies and Foreign Language Education and a PhD in Instructional Psychology and Technology. He taught German at the Missionary Training Center, Brigham Young University, and The University of Texas at Austin. He has also taught in daily and released-time seminary programs in Montana, Texas, and Utah. In BYU's Department of Church History and Doctrine, he taught courses on the Doctrine & Covenants and world religions. Brother Rogers also directed the Institute of Religion at the University of Montana. He currently works as an institutional researcher for Seminaries & Institutes of Religion at Church headquarters in Salt Lake City. His academic research has focused on evaluation and measurement in education as well as on schismatic groups within Mormonism, particularly The Church of the Firstborn (Morrisite), The Community of Christ (formerly the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints), and the Apostolic United Brethren (Allred Group). He has published his research in a number of books and journals including Doctrine and Covenants Reference Companion, Curriculum and Teaching, Journal of Mormon History, Religious Educator, and the John Whitmer Historical Association Journal. For additional details go to