Tag Archives: New Testament

Why is the Old Testament an Old Testament?

Why is the Old Testament an Old Testament?  And what do covenants have to do with it? https://ldsmag.com/why-is-the-old-testament-an-old-testament/

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Illuminating the Scriptures and Virtually Visiting the Holy Land Presentation

Join me at 7:00 pm on Thursday, March 17 for my presentation: “Illuminating the Scriptures and Virtually Visiting the Holy Land” part of the Learn Our Religion Lecture Series sponsored by the Cruise Lady.  Location: Cruise Lady Event Center, West Jordan, UT. … Continue reading

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Revelation 5-6 and 19-22: Views and Perspectives

“The Book of Revelation has long been the source of much mystery, speculation, fantastic interpretations, and the source of near suffocating fervor that the world will be destroyed in the next five minutes (I just hope that I can finish … Continue reading

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James: Exhort and Encourage. New article on Interpreter

James: Exhort and Encourage was recently published on Interpreter. “James may be the most important book of scripture for the Restoration.  The now famous passage, “If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God,” (James 1:5) set the … Continue reading

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Acts 21-28: Faithfully Witness of Christ. New article on Interpreter

My latest article on Interpreter is available. “Acts 21-28: Faithfully Witness of Christ.” “I create a brief outline of these eight chapters, (1) offering a few insights into the religious and social tensions simmering in the days of Paul and … Continue reading

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John 10 and Hearing Unto Salvation

“In this Feast of Dedication context, Jesus is in the temple teaching that salvation comes to those who hear his voice as the good shepherd. But because of their history, and their future expectations, many Jews could not imagine a … Continue reading

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John 9 and Seeing unto Salvation

If we wish to truly see, particularly with spiritual eyes, we must remove the physical, dirty, messy worldliness from our eyes in order to see. This same symbolism appears in Moses 6 when God called Enoch as a prophet (Moses … Continue reading

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