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Victor Leifson Ludlow (born 1943) is an emeritus religion professor at Brigham Young University (BYU) in Provo, Utah and the author of several books on the Book of Isaiah, most notably Isaiah, Prophet Seer and Poet.
Ludlow did his undergraduate studies at BYU. He also served as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) in the Central German Mission of the church (later the Germany Düsseldorf Mission) from 1962 to 1964.
Ludlow was the awarded the distinction of BYU Honors professor of the year in 2002. He is also the translator of the selections from the Book of Mormon into Hebrew. This edition was published in 1982 but banned due to an agreement of no-proselytism between the LDS and the Israeli government.
Ludlow is a scholar on Isaiah. Besides his Isaiah: Prophet Seer and Poet he also wrote Unlocking Isaiah in the Book of Mormon. He also wrote Unlocking the Old Testament. and Principles and Practices of the Restored Gospel.
While a BYU professor Ludlow was also the main organizing force behind the annual Passover Seder held at BYU.
Ludlow and his wife Virginia Ann have four sons and two daughters.
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- "About Victor". Retrieved 2021-04-17.
- http://oldtestament.byu.edu/fac/V%20Ludlow%20CV.pdf, page 4 of document
- BYU bio of Ludlow
- Jewish Daily Forward article on BYU Seder
- profile on his own page
- Mary Lynn Johnson, "Religion Professor Promotes Passover Traditions", BYU Magazine, Spring 2000
- Dust jacket "about the author" for Unlocking Isaiah in the Book of Mormon.
- Victor L. Ludlow, “I Have a Question,” Ensign, April 1985, p. 37
- Deseret Book bio