Deseret Book 2007 Winter Catalog Goal

“THIS is the YEAR . . . I will fully grasp the New Testament”   That is quite a New Year’s resolution listed in the catalog.  I don’t think I can do that in a lifetime of study. But I will try to engage with you over two Biblical books in 2007. The Gospel of […]

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JST on John 2

Upon the completion of each chapter study (see JST on John 1) of John’s Gospel in Idaho Falls, I will be typing out an inquiry in regards to significant changes made by the Joseph Smith Translation (JST) on the King James Version of the Bible. Let me share two noteworthy changes in John 2.

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Christmas Letter 2006

I am back in I.F.  Look here, to see my family.  I am thankful for my wife’s beauty.  Without her, my kids would be hopeless . . . considering my ugly mug.

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Like the new look?

Chris Leavell does a fantastic job for providing the color to this blog. If I didn’t already live in Idaho, seeing the pictures that he puts on here would make me want to hightail it to this beautiful area of America. Thanks Chris for reminding me how blessed I am.

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Before I forget . . .

I had lunch, yesterday, with a young man in the bishopric.  Actually, he bought my lunch.   In our conversation I forgot to tell this new friend one thing.  Merry Christmas!  And before I forget, let me wish you all a MERRY CHRISTMAS!

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An Encouraging Email – Please Eavesdrop!

I received this email yesterday in discussion on the Gospel. It smashes the curse of legalism that would seek to wrap its ugly claws around my heart and others in Idaho Falls. Permission has been granted by the sender to print this publicly. Believing the Gospel for both nonbeliever and believer transforms the Scream of […]

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Ink & Blood: The Dead Sea Scrolls to the King James Bible

Yesterday, I met The Backyard Professor at the Media Conference introducing the new exhibit coming to the Museum of Idaho during the dates, February 16-May 28, 2007. We listened to the frontline scoop of program director, Nick Gailey, and executive director, David Pennock. David showed us slides of proto cuneiform clay tablets, cuneiform clay tablets, […]

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Heart Questions in Bloggernacle

I have enjoyed Jacob, Geoff, and Blake’s questions in a current thread over at the New Cool Thang.  I am always thankful for discussion beyond the superficial.  I am also thankful they take the time to interact with me.  As some would say in the world of blogging.  Cheers! Jeff has asked about some good stuff […]

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Neighborhood Survey 5 on John’s Gospel

Do you think Jesus was married?    I was seeking to get 100 hundred responses this week to my question, but ended up with just 25 . . . too much bad weather and not enough time.  I did appreciate those who took a moment in the midst of the busy Christmas season to share […]

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The Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter-Day Saints

The administration of the website, SharperIron, posted today my article, “The Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter-Day Saints.”  Please sense my heart hunger.   Thinking of heart issues . . .

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