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Interpreter offers an Annual Print Subscription, and Temple Studies

Those of you who like to read materials in hard print, or even if you just like to keep a print copy in your home library, The Interpreter Foundation has announced that they are now offering an annual print subscription to its journal, Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture. I serve on the Executive Board of […]

BYU Studies Articles on the Temple

John W. Welch, Editor in Chief of BYU Studies, has informed me of a comprehensive list of articles dealing with the temple that have been published in the journal BYU Studies over the years. This is a fantastic collection of LDS scholarship on the temple, dealing with a wide variety of temple-related topics, including book reviews, […]

Hugh Nibley’s Biography Now Available as E-Book

For those of you who haven’t read the biography Hugh Nibley: A Consecrated Life, written by Boyd Jay Petersen, I highly recommend it.  It is a fascinating read into the life of one the greatest scholars of the LDS Church.  And it is now available as an e-book for reading on your iPad, Kindle, Nook, […]

MP3 podcasts and Transcriptions of Fireside Discussions on the Temple

If you are interested in hearing the fireside discussions on the temple we have been having recently as MP3′s, or audio podcasts, instead of watching the videos, the Foundation for Apologetic Information and Research (FAIR) has asked and received our permission to turn them into sound files for the FAIR podcast.  Each FAIR podcast can […]

Google Hangout Temple Discussions Update

After talking with a few people, I have decided that the Temple Prep manual that the Church has published is probably not a good choice to serve as a springboard for our Google Hangout temple discussions, for a number of reasons.  One of those reasons is that we do not want to appear to be […]

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