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Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

My Question Here. I heard that you cannot teach at BYU or teach seminary or institute if you have ever been divorced. Is that true???

-My Name Here Diane

A:

Dear Diane,

One of my favorite professors at BYU is divorced, so no, it's not true.

-Genuine Article

A:

Dear Diane,

That's definitely not true for callings as seminary teacher (that is, unpaid and not full-time). For instance, there was a woman who taught early-morning seminary in one of the branches I served in on my mission (in the US) who was divorced, and hadn't remarried either.

—Laser Jock

A:

Dear Basil,

If you wanted to teach as a full-time seminary or institute teacher, then, no, you cannot be divorced. Furthermore, if you're a man you have to be married and if you're a woman you can't have young children in the home. Also you have to go through a very long process to get hired. I'm pretty sure part of that training is how to be cheesy and make bad jokes, but I am unable to verify that.

-Marguerite St. Just