Brick, K. J., Nielsen, C., Jao, G., Rogers, E. P., Monson, J. A. (2019). Understanding Christian Students on Campus. In Goodman, K. M., Giess, M. E., Patel, E. (Eds.), Educating about Religious Diversity and Interfaith Engagement: A Handbook for Student Affairs. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.
Rogers, E. P. & Roueche, K. (2015). Rulon C. Allred and the Search for Refuge. In Bringhurst, N. G. & Foster, C. L. (Eds.), The Persistence of Polygamy: A Mormon Anthology, Volume III. Independence, MO: John Whitmer Books.
Rogers, E. P. (2012). Conscience. In Largey, D. L. (Ed.), Doctrine and Covenants Reference Companion. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book.
Rogers, E. P. (2012). Covet. In Largey, D. L. (Ed.), Doctrine and Covenants Reference Companion. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book.
Wilder, L. K., Shepherd, T. L., McKee, F. M., Rogers, E. P., Heaton, E., Sonntag, A. W. (2007). Teacher ratings of social skills across ethnic groups for learners with mild disabilities: Implications for teacher education. Curriculum and Teaching, 22, 47-66.
Rogers, E. P. (2005) Scale Construction and Halo Effect in Secondary Student Ratings of Teacher Performance (Doctoral dissertation). Provo, UT: Brigham Young University ScholarsArchive.
Rogers, E. P. & Glauser, R. S. (2004). The Kirtland Temple Suit and the Utah Church. Journal of Mormon History 30, 81-97.
Rogers, E. P. (2003). “I Have Chalk in My Blood!” An Interview with Thomas L. Tyler. Religious Educator 4, 95-113.
Rogers, E. P. (2002). “What a Wonderful Journey!” An Interview with Stanley A. Peterson.” Religious Educator 3, 1-30.
Rogers, E. P. (2002). Book Review of America’s Religions: From Their Origins to the Twenty-First Century. John Whitmer Historical Association Journal 22, 128-129.
Rogers, E. P. (2001). Mark Hill Forscutt: Mormon Missionary, Morrisite Apostle, RLDS Minister. John Whitmer Historical Association Journal 21, 61-90.
“Mark Hill Forscutt: Mormon Missionary, Morrisite Apostle, and RLDS Minister” Community of Christ Historic Sites Foundation, 2022 Spring Lecture Series, April 14, 2022
“Troubling Times: Origins and Development of Factions Forming within the Allred Polygamist Group” John Whitmer Historical Association, Independence, Missouri, September 2015
“The Morrisite War” 60th Annual Utah State History Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, September 2012
“Prelude to Polygamy: The Early Life of Rulon Clark Allred” Mormon History Association, St. George, Utah, May 2011
“The Approval Process for Conducting Research Studies in Seminaries & Institutes of Religion” Seminaries & Institutes of Religion Research Forum, Salt Lake City, Utah, December 2010
“Research and Revelation” Seminaries & Institutes of Religion Research Forum, Salt Lake City, Utah, June 2010
“The Foundation of Mormon Fundamentalist Enclaves in Montana” John Whitmer Historical Association, Burlington, Wisconsin, September 2008
“Understanding the Mindset of Modern Polygamists” John Whitmer Historical Association, Burlington, Wisconsin, September 2008
“The FLDS Church and Mormon Fundamentalism” John Whitmer Historical Association, Kirtland, Ohio, September 2007
“The Morrisites and the Sociology of Religious Schism” John Whitmer Historical Association, Independence, Missouri, September 2006
“Why was The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Absent from the Kirtland Temple Litigation?” Mormon History Association, Kirtland, Ohio, May 2003
“The Community of Christ” 10th Annual Utah Pioneer Symposium, Salt Lake City, Utah, October 2003
“Using Rasch Scaling Methods to Describe and Report Student Achievement of Intended Outcomes” American Association of Higher Education and Accreditation (AAHEA) Assessment Conference, Denver, Colorado, June 2001
“Aligning Alumni Survey Content with Institutional Goals” American Association of Higher Education and Accreditation (AAHEA) Assessment Conference, Charlotte, North Carolina, June 2000
“The Early English Missionary Labors of Mark Hill Forscutt: 1855-1860” Mormon History Association, Aalborg, Denmark, July 2000
“Mark Hill Forscutt: Mormon Missionary, Morrisite Apostle, RLDS Minister” John Whitmer Historical Association, Excelsior Springs, Missouri, September 1999
University Courses Taught
Religion 431 (Online)—LDS History 1805-1844 (BYU-Hawaii)
Religion 392—World Religions (BYU)
Religion 324-325—Doctrine and Covenants (BYU)
Religion 225 (Online)—Foundations of the Restoration (BYU-Hawaii)
Religion 200 (Online)—The Eternal Family (BYU-Hawaii)
German 101, 102, 201, 202—Beginning and Intermediate German Language (BYU, The University of Texas at Austin)
Institute of Religion Courses Taught
Religion 121-122—The Book of Mormon
Religion 150—The Gospel and the Productive Life
Religion 180—Principles of Leadership
Religion 211-212—New Testament
Religion 234—Preparing for a Celestial Marriage
Religion 235—Building an Eternal Marriage
Religion 324-325—Doctrine and Covenants
Religion 327—The Pearl of Great Price
Religion 333—Teachings of the Living Prophets
Religion 341-343—Latter-day Saint History
Religion 392—World Religions
Religion 430-431—Doctrines of the Gospel
John Whitmer Historical Association (Nominating and Best Book Award Committees)