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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, has been around for almost two centuries. It has ebbed and fluctuated in such a predictably adaptive manner throughout it's relatively short life in the religious realm. This Church has a very sordid past, which it does a very good job of teaching for itself, whether the history is slanted or not, is yours to decide. Join me on a journey through the history of the LDS Church through the eyes of the people that were actually there. We will lear ...
 
Hi, my name is Russell Brunson, and I want to welcome you to the Book of Mormon challenge. Recently I spent a small fortune and purchased one of the original 5000 copies of the book of mormon that Joseph Smith originally printed.. I did it because I had been treating this sacred book lightly... and I wanted to make it special again to me and my family... As Ezra Taft Benson said... there is a power in the book which will begin to flow into your lives the moment you begin a serious study it. ...
 
A daily podcast for the youth of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The goal of this podcast is to help children and young adults grow closer to the Savior through a daily study of the Book of Mormon. The podcast contains interviews with youth throughout the world as well as "True Tales from the Book of Mormon" - Stories told in a fun and easy-to-understand way.
 
The Interpreter Foundation is a nonprofit educational organization focused on the scriptures of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the Book of Mormon, the Pearl of Great Price, the Bible, and the Doctrine and Covenants), early LDS history, and related subjects. Publications in Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture are peer-reviewed and all publications are made available as free internet downloads or through at-cost print-on-demand services.
 
A nonprofit educational journal focused on the scriptures of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: the Book of Mormon, the Pearl of Great Price, the Bible, Doctrine and Covenants, early LDS history, and related subjects. All publications are peer-reviewed and are made available as free internet downloads or through at-cost print-on-demand services.
 
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Abstract: The Book of Mormon, being an ancient book, was originally written without typographic punctuation and employs verbal punctuation instead. This article looks at the use of “and now” as verbal punctuation in the Book of Mormon. The phrase is used to mark major breaks in the text, not only for chapters but also within chapters of the text. […
 
You can listen to or download the December 26th broadcast of the Interpreter Radio Show below. It will also be included in our podcast feed (https://interpreterfoundation.org/feeds/podcast). This episode is hosted by Steve Densley, Matthew Bowen and Dan Peterson. In this episode, our hosts talked about Christmas as well as updates on the Interprete…
 
You can listen to or download the December 26th broadcast of the Interpreter Radio Show below. It will also be included in our podcast feed (https://interpreterfoundation.org/feeds/podcast). This episode is hosted by Steve Densley, Matthew Bowen and Dan Peterson. In this episode, our hosts talked about Christmas as well as updates on the Interprete…
 
During the Winter Semester of 1986 at Brigham Young University, Dr. Hugh W. Nibley, professor emeritus of ancient scriptures, presented a series of 26 lectures to an Honors class on The Pearl of Great Price. This class was videotaped in the Maeser Building and made available by FARMS as both video and audio recordings. The […] The post Nibley Lectu…
 
During the Winter Semester of 1986 at Brigham Young University, Dr. Hugh W. Nibley, professor emeritus of ancient scriptures, presented a series of 26 lectures to an Honors class on The Pearl of Great Price. This class was videotaped in the Maeser Building and made available by FARMS as both video and audio recordings. The […] The post Nibley Lectu…
 
This is an Interpreter Radio Roundtable for Come, Follow Me Old Testament Lesson 5, “The Lord Called His People Zion” on Moses 7. The panelists for this roundtable were Bruce Webster and Kris Frederickson. This roundtable was extracted from the December 19th broadcast of Interpreter Radio. The complete show may be heard at https://interpreterfounda…
 
This is an Interpreter Radio Roundtable for Come, Follow Me Old Testament Lesson 5, “The Lord Called His People Zion” on Moses 7. The panelists for this roundtable were Bruce Webster and Kris Frederickson. This roundtable was extracted from the December 19th broadcast of Interpreter Radio. The complete show may be heard at https://interpreterfounda…
 
You can listen to or download the December 19th broadcast of the Interpreter Radio Show below. It will also be included in our podcast feed (https://interpreterfoundation.org/feeds/podcast). This episode is hosted by Bruce Webster and Kris Frederickson. In this episode, our hosts discussed the Church’s official proclamations. The second portion of …
 
You can listen to or download the December 19th broadcast of the Interpreter Radio Show below. It will also be included in our podcast feed (https://interpreterfoundation.org/feeds/podcast). This episode is hosted by Bruce Webster and Kris Frederickson. In this episode, our hosts discussed the Church’s official proclamations. The second portion of …
 
Abstract: The Book of Mormon, being an ancient book, was originally written without typographic punctuation and employs verbal punctuation instead. This article looks at the use of “and now” as verbal punctuation in the Book of Mormon. The phrase is used to mark major breaks in the text, not only for chapters but also within chapters of the text. […
 
Abstract: The Book of Mormon, being an ancient book, was originally written without typographic punctuation and employs verbal punctuation instead. This article looks at the use of “and now” as verbal punctuation in the Book of Mormon. The phrase is used to mark major breaks in the text, not only for chapters but also within chapters of the text. […
 
You can listen to or download the December 12th broadcast of the Interpreter Radio Show below. It will also be included in our podcast feed (https://interpreterfoundation.org/feeds/podcast). This episode is hosted by Martin Tanner, Terry Hutchinson and Jeffrey Bradshaw. In this episode, our hosts discussed Dr. Bradshaw’s new books on the Pearl of G…
 
You can listen to or download the December 12th broadcast of the Interpreter Radio Show below. It will also be included in our podcast feed (https://interpreterfoundation.org/feeds/podcast). This episode is hosted by Martin Tanner, Terry Hutchinson and Jeffrey Bradshaw. In this episode, our hosts discussed Dr. Bradshaw’s new books on the Pearl of G…
 
During the Winter Semester of 1986 at Brigham Young University, Dr. Hugh W. Nibley, professor emeritus of ancient scriptures, presented a series of 26 lectures to an Honors class on The Pearl of Great Price. This class was videotaped in the Maeser Building and made available by FARMS as both video and audio recordings. The […] The post Nibley Lectu…
 
During the Winter Semester of 1986 at Brigham Young University, Dr. Hugh W. Nibley, professor emeritus of ancient scriptures, presented a series of 26 lectures to an Honors class on The Pearl of Great Price. This class was videotaped in the Maeser Building and made available by FARMS as both video and audio recordings. The […] The post Nibley Lectu…
 
This is an Interpreter Radio Roundtable for Come, Follow Me Old Testament Lesson 4, “Teach These Things Freely unto Your Children” on Genesis 5; Moses 6. The panelists for this roundtable were Martin Tanner, Terry Hutchinson and Jeffrey Bradshaw. This roundtable was extracted from the December 12th broadcast of Interpreter Radio. The complete show …
 
This is an Interpreter Radio Roundtable for Come, Follow Me Old Testament Lesson 4, “Teach These Things Freely unto Your Children” on Genesis 5; Moses 6. The panelists for this roundtable were Martin Tanner, Terry Hutchinson and Jeffrey Bradshaw. This roundtable was extracted from the December 12th broadcast of Interpreter Radio. The complete show …
 
Abstract: This paper compares the Book of Mormon’s subordinate that usage with what is found in the King James Bible, pseudo-archaic writings, and the greater textual record. In this linguistic domain, the Book of Mormon manifests as thoroughly archaic, and it surpasses all known pseudo-archaic writings in breadth and depth of archaism. The implica…
 
Abstract: This paper compares the Book of Mormon’s subordinate that usage with what is found in the King James Bible, pseudo-archaic writings, and the greater textual record. In this linguistic domain, the Book of Mormon manifests as thoroughly archaic, and it surpasses all known pseudo-archaic writings in breadth and depth of archaism. The implica…
 
Abstract: This paper compares the Book of Mormon’s subordinate that usage with what is found in the King James Bible, pseudo-archaic writings, and the greater textual record. In this linguistic domain, the Book of Mormon manifests as thoroughly archaic, and it surpasses all known pseudo-archaic writings in breadth and depth of archaism. The implica…
 
You can listen to or download the December 5th broadcast of the Interpreter Radio Show below. It will also be included in our podcast feed (https://interpreterfoundation.org/feeds/podcast). This episode is hosted by Neal Rappleye, Jasmin Rappleye and Hales Swift. In this episode, our hosts discussed the First Presidency’s Christmas Devotional as we…
 
You can listen to or download the December 5th broadcast of the Interpreter Radio Show below. It will also be included in our podcast feed (https://interpreterfoundation.org/feeds/podcast). This episode is hosted by Neal Rappleye, Jasmin Rappleye and Hales Swift. In this episode, our hosts discussed the First Presidency’s Christmas Devotional as we…
 
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