Jennifer C. Lane is an associate professor of religious education at Brigham Young University–Hawaii. She received her PhD in religion from Claremont Graduate University, with an emphasis in the history of Christianity, in 2003. She received her MA and BA degrees from Brigham Young University in ancient Near Eastern studies and history respectively. She serves on the Board of the Society for Mormon Philosophy and Theology. Her presentations and publications include work on adoptive redemption in the Old Testament, the writings of Paul, and the Book of Mormon; Franciscan piety in late medieval Jerusalem pilgrimage and interactions with eastern Christians; New Testament historical context; and Latter-day Saint theology and doctrine.
- Lane, Jennifer C.
Lane, Jennifer C.
Articles/Chapters by: Jennifer C. Lane
- The Lord Will Redeem His People: Adoptive Covenant and Redemption in the Old Testament from Sperry Symposium Classics: The Old Testament
- 10. The Kingdom of God: God's Vision for Society in the Sermon on the Mount from The Sermon on the Mount in Latter-day Scripture
- No More Strangers: LDS Scholars in Women's Studies from RE 12, no. 3 (2011)
- 7. "The Presence of the Lord" from The Things Which My Father Saw: Approaches to Lehi's Dream and Nephi's Vision
- 5. The Whole Meaning of the Law: Christ's Vicarious Sacrifice from The Gospel of Jesus Christ in the Old Testament
- Jews and Greeks: The Broader Context for Writing the New Testament from How the New Testament Came to Be
- Hostility toward Jesus: Prelude to the Passion from Celebrating Easter
- Redemption's Grand Design for Both the Living and the Dead from The Doctrine and Covenants
- Choosing Redemption from Living the Book of Mormon
- "Come, Follow Me": The Imitation of Christ in the Later Middle Ages from Prelude to the Restoration: Apostasy to the Restored Church
- Worship: Bowing Down and Serving the Lord from Ascending the Mountain of the Lord: Temple, Praise, and Worship in the Old Testament
- 8. Healing, Wholeness, and Repentance in Acts 3 from The Ministry of Peter, the Chief Apostle