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In Tents # 11 More About Jesus the Pharisee, But First an Interlude Thinking to Thank the Jews

Title: The New Covenant, Commonly Called The New Testament: Volume I The Gospels and Apocalypse Translator: Willis Barnstone Publisher: New York: Riverhead Books Genre: Scripture Year Published: 2002 Number of Pages: 577 Binding: Hardbound in signatures ISBN10: 1-57322-182-1 Price: Title: … Continue reading

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In Tents #49 This Jesus Whom Ye Slew and Other Texts That Don’t Behave

In the mid 1970s some theatrical entrepreneurs started thinking about a movie theater statistic: Attendance was lowest onTuesday and Wednesday. Could they fill more seats by offering a subscription film series on those nights, presenting great plays to a nationwide … Continue reading

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In Tents #48 He is Risen and Other Texts That Don’t Behave as Textual Critics Think They Do Part IX

In September, as the Isaiah lessons were approaching in Gospel Doctrine, I decided to read three translations of Isaiah, the Jewish Publication Society translation (which I found discarded somewhere on campus 30+ years ago), Avraham Gileadi’s The Apocalyptic Book of … Continue reading

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In Tents #46 He is Risen and Other Texts That Don’t Behave as Textual Critics Think They Do Part VII

The 32nd chapter of Alma has an intriguing story where Alma is preaching on the hill Onidah and a group of poor people comes up behind him and asks where they can go to worship, since they aren’t permitted in … Continue reading

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In Tents #42 He is Risen and Other Texts That Don’t Behave as Textual Critics Think They Do Part III

Disharmony, Dat Harmony, Utter Harmony, or Harmony Pennsylvania? Cleaning out my parents’ home recently I cane across my father’s copy of Our Lord of the Gospels, the Melchizedek Priesthood manual for 1958, the year I expanded our family. That was … Continue reading

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In Tents #37, Some Additional Views on Figures and Speech

I have had a few additional views in relation to this matter. (D&C 128:2) We have to drop everyone twice, but we try to drop them gently. If they survive they get to go home and we want as many … Continue reading

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