Reformation Day

I haven’t forgotten my idea to write my 95 theses for the First Presidency and Twelve Apostles of the I-15 Corridor.  It will be posted when I am finished. Happy Reformation Day to all on this fine Friday morning, October 31, 2008. For one particular reformer, his 500th birthday will be in 2009.  It is […]

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Aquinas taps me into Blomberg

By the encouragement of Aquinas on his blog, I just listened to Craig Blomberg’s lengthy presentation – all of it except the Q&A time at the end. With his wife receiving a doctorate in missiology, I would ask her if this is the only way to do missions in America in 2008. Confrontation is not […]

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Quotes from Andrew Jackson’s latest book

My selected quotes from Andrew Jackson in his latest book, Mormonism Explained (2008)   Here is a small sampling.  Jackson likes the use of “Although” and “In fact”.   1.  “As a result, within Mormonism the Bible is functionally subordinate and subject to clarification and revision by the Book of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants, and Pearl of […]

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Sarah Palin – she is a liar & a witch in her fancy wardrobe

This is the Gospel according to Mudflats, a WordPress political rockstar dramatist.  Read her personal literary revelation.

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My First Embedded Youtube Video on HI4LDS

HT: Desiring God Ministries

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Book of Mormon Historicity?

Notified of this link in an email from a friend, here is Rob Bowman’s latest take on John-Charles Duffy’s research.  Where do you fall out on this?

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Sounding out the Word (5)

Today’s beautiful weather in Ammon, Idaho.  Isn’t it nice?  No better place to live.  Really. And today, we began our study on the final evening of Jesus with his disciples before his crucifixion, the “lifting up” before all. Again, this is one of the greatest privileges of my life: to work my way through chapters 13-17 with […]

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Reynolds on Orthodox theosis at the NSDC II

Reynolds per Aaron this afternoon, live from Utah: The Orthodox notion of theosis is not what some Mormons say it is. It historically refers to imitating God’s energies or becoming like the incarnate Christ, but explicitly reject the idea that we can become like God’s essence

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The Mormon Trinity

With an analogy, KC Stern takes a stab at explaining the Mormon Trinity.

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Ockholm in the National Student Dialogue Conference II

Ockholm hints on something, today, that Greg said earlier on this blog about Hellenization. . .

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