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Acts 10-15: Continuing Revelation. New article on Interpreter

Acts 10-15: Continuing Revelation. “Early in this last dispensation a resounding call went forth through the Prophet Joseph Smith that the message of the gospel should be preached to all people. Our missionaries are going forth to different nations, and … Continue reading

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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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Between the Testaments: An Invitation to Explore the Intertestamental Time Period

My scripture studies article “Between the Testaments: An Invitation to Explore the Intertestamental Time Period.”  Quote from the opening paragraph: “Have you ever turned the page from the last words of Malachi to the first utterances of Matthew? Go ahead. … Continue reading

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Book on Blended Learning in Biblical Studies

Back in 2009 I published a book entitled  “Distance Education Innovations and New Learning Environments: Combining Traditional Teaching Methods and Emerging Technologies.”  I explored strategies and best practices for designing Biblical Studies courses using blended learning methodologies.  Though I predicted … Continue reading

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Ancient Israelite Zion Theology, Judeo-Christian Apocalypticism, and Biblical (Mis)interpretation

There is a long history of apocalyptic fervor in the Judeo-Christian tradition. These notions often gain intensity during moments of social or political strife. However, the peace and security some theological notions offer, if misinterpreted or misapplied, may potentially help precipitate crises … Continue reading

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I Saw the Heavens Open: Joseph Smith’s Inspired Translation of the Bible

My scripture studies article “I Saw the Heavens Open: Joseph Smith’s Inspired Translation of the Bible.”  Quote from the opening paragraph: “Who among us has not longed to have the heavens open and the blessings of revelation flow unto us … Continue reading

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How December 25 Became Christmas

An insightful article on Biblical Archaeology about the dating of Christmas and other Christian holidays.  Some argue that Jesus was conceived on April 6, born on January 6, and crucified on April 6.  Cyclical views of time where significant events … Continue reading

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