“’In the Mount of the Lord It Shall Be Seen’ and ‘Provided’: Theophany and Sacrifice as the Etiological Foundation of the Temple in Israelite and Latter-day Saint Tradition”

 

 

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Here’s the latest article from Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Thought:

 

http://www.mormoninterpreter.com/in-the-mount-of-the-lord-it-shall-be-seen-and-provided-theophany-and-sacrifice-as-the-etiological-foundation-of-the-temple-in-israelite-and-latter-day-saint-tradit/

 

In certain circles, there’s a nakedly obvious ideological determination to turn noses up at anything published by Interpreter.  One of the latest themes in such dismissals is that Interpreter is merely a “blog.”

 

Tell me:  Does Matthew Bowen’s peer-reviewed, typeset, paginated, and source-checked article look like a blog entry to you?

 

Such naysayers evidently believe that scholarship isn’t real unless trees die.

 

They’re dinosaurs.

 

 

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  • David Olsen

    And so are you.


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