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Psalm 137 is one of those wonderful and paradoxical passages of scripture that contains within itself a universe.
I’m reading a commentary on Psalms and in the section on the authorship of the Psalms, the writer has this to say:
For those hoping to find more economics in their scripture study…
â€¦ grow tomatoes in their home garden, and lots of them. Men who know grow them, too.
Most are acquainted with the passage in D&C 130 where God gives a fascinating response to Joseph’s query about the Second Coming:
We’ve finally read the entire Book of Mormon as a family, all of us (those that can read, anyway) taking turns verse by verse. It only took us four and a half years, and we’re ready to do it again.
To me, the most interesting thing about the seer stone that Joseph used when translating the BoM is not that he used it but that it is really just a rock. From what I understand, if you or I were…
Suppose that you splurged for the $6 version of the Church’s scriptures on CDROM. It has various ancient language toys that I am in no position to evaluate but am happy to play with. It also has a fun little…
I’ve been teaching the second half of the Old Testament in Institute this semester. The KJV is a terrible obstacle to understanding the scriptures.
Today’s headlines contain news of a new gospel: The Gospel of Judas.
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Here’s a systematic approach to preparing a lesson on a passage of scripture.
So what do we do with the JST?
So here is the case for thinking that when the crowd outside of Lot’s house asks to know Lot’s guests (Genesis 19:5) that what it means is just, like, know and not, you know, like, know.
This [very, very, very long] post is, basically, my masters thesis. I’ve had a few requests for it, so I thought I’d post it.
That’s a 25 cent word if there ever was one, something for college kids to show Mom and Dad to prove they got something for their money, something a grad student to lord it over others with in the commons.
When Paul says that women should cover their heads, is he subjugating them or liberating them?
Perhaps we’ve put white hats on some people in the scriptures who don’t deserve them.
Let me present a sketch–though only a sketch and a very broad one at that–of how one might think about theology, both about a problem with it and one of the possible responses to that problem.