Posts Tagged ‘ genesis book ’

Initial Short Speculation on Three Book of Mormon Passages and Ancient Cosmology

March 22, 2015 | 30 comments
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Initial Short Speculation on Three Book of Mormon Passages and Ancient Cosmology

Part of writing a book about ancient cosmology and Genesis 1 is… reading lots about ancient cosmology and Genesis 1. In doing so, I’ve had some thoughts about three Book of Mormon passages. I’ve generally set these on the shelf, so these are initial thoughts which upon further investigation may turn out to be highly significant or completely baseless. But I float them here for public interest and as a reminder to myself later. Read more »

A Series of Announcements; or, Be Excited, Be Very Excited

October 13, 2013 | 34 comments
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A Series of Announcements; or, Be Excited, Be Very Excited

Forgive the personal indulgence. I realized that I had been participating in the online LDS world for 10 years, and I had some things to say of a personal and public nature. Read more »

Writing about Genesis: Status Update

December 2, 2012 | 9 comments
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Writing about Genesis: Status Update

 Last year in September, I posted some thoughts on a book project dealing with the early chapters of Genesis. A good number of my (too rare) posts since then have dealt with those chapters in certain ways: Problems of language and culture (1, 2),  issues of translation (six parts so far, begin here), the structure of the first creation account, and my posts from teaching a Genesis Institute class (start here). I started researching the book and doing some initial writing. Here’s a very quick update. Read more »

Thinking About Genesis

September 9, 2011 | 40 comments
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Thinking About Genesis

Any thorough LDS discussion of the early Genesis chapters must do several things. Read more »