Monthly Archives: July 2015

What do scholarly people really do?

If you’ve ever wondered what academic & scholarly people do, the surprising secret is revealed in this short video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kF_TVm1XP5E&feature=youtu.be

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How the Donner Party Affected the Pioneers’ Arrival in the Salt Lake Valley

In my most recent Deseret News article, I explore How the Donner Party Affected the Pioneers’ Arrival in the Salt Lake Valley. “Had there been no Donner Party in 1846, there likely would not have been a Mormon entry into the … Continue reading

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Resources for Reading the Scriptures Geographically

I wrote an article “Reading the Scriptures Geographically: Some Tools and Insights” that provides many examples and ideas. Below is a summary of ideas and resources to support reading the scriptures geographically (use all of these resources with discretion since … Continue reading

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Trust God, Not Your Possessions

“If we expect to get into the kingdom of God by means of any worldly or humanly thing, it will be impossible. Instead, with God, and only with God, is it possible to enter into his kingdom.” http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865632369/Trust-God-not-your-possessions.html

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Everyword: The Interfaith Study Bible

Check out this Kickstarter project by a Josh and Sara Sabey, BYU students who are building an interfaith study Bible.  This is a visionary project.

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