Tag Archives: Religion

Teaching Faith and Science to Children

Sometimes people throw away science or religion. What do you think happens? The wise answer of a child.  Teaching Faith and Science to Children

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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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Podcast Interview of My Article “In the Gospel, Faith Must Come First”

Recently Nick Galieti recorded an interview with me and posted it to the FairMormon blog. We discussed topics of scripture study, learning, the atonement, and faith. Hope you enjoy the interview (about 29 minutes long). Many thanks to Nick for the … Continue reading

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BYU Scholars Discover New Testament Papyrus

BYU professors Thom Wayment and Lincoln Blumell discovered a New Testament papyrus recently.  More here.

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Publishing Scripture Studies with Mormon Intepreter

I’ve been publishing a number of scripture studies with the Mormon Interpreter over the last year.  I will be blogging in the upcoming year on prior published articles as well as new articles.

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“Values are as Real as Grain Prices”

“Values are as Real as Grain Prices.” An excellent one page article/interview by Carlos Eire, Yale Professor of History and Religious Studies.  In Yale University Divinity School publication Reflections. Great quotes: “Beliefs and values actually do define societies, cultures, and … Continue reading

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Why Truth Matters. What Stories Do You Tell?

Why the truth matters.  What stories do you tell?  Why?  When?  Are the stories true?  Have the facts been substantiated?  What are the consequences and implications of these stories and the worldviews that they promote? Just consider that the the … Continue reading

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