Gospel Doctrine Podcast 26- 1 Kings 3-11 (updated)

Lesson 26: 1 Kings 3-11 Having technical issues with the plugin at the moment, but if you click on the download link below, it will open and play without downloading. Download link is now visible again, and here's the direct link to the audio file. http://media.patheos.com.s3.amazonaws.com/Media/MormonPodcastLesson26.mp3 Right-click here to download. Transcript link [opening clip by Loreena McKennit, "Marco Polo"] Notes and References … [Read more...]

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Gospel Doctrine Podcast 24- 2 Samuel 11-12, Psalm 51 (u)

Lesson 24- 2 Samuel 11-12, Psalm 51 Right-click here to download. (Opening clip- Allegri, Miserere Mei, King's College Choir.) Transcript (trying something new with the transcript. Let me know what you think.) Notes and references … [Read more...]

Gospel Doctrine Podcast Lesson 22, 1 Samuel 9-17

Right click here to download. Below are the podcast notes on Lesson 22, 1 Samuel 9-17. … [Read more...]

Podcast on Gospel Doctrine lesson 21- 1 Samuel 1-3, 8

Another one! We just keep coming. As always, if you like it, share it. Tell your Gospel Doctrine teacher, your family, those poor people stuck in Primary and Nursery who crave mental stimulation, etc..... Right-click to download here. Here are the notes and references which turn out to be relatively short today. They may not make much sense without the podcast itself. … [Read more...]

Gospel Doctrine Podcast, Lessons 16-17

(If you're coming from LDS.org or the RSS feed, please click here for the proper post. Edit: I see that breaks the Podcast plugin. Stay here, then.) Handy dandy player! Just click play! To download the mp3, right-click here and choose "save link as" I'm still working on issues of settings and audio quality, as well as production times. The next podcast will cover Ruth (Lesson 20), and is already written and being recorded. Look for it later today or Monday. Podcast notes and references … [Read more...]

Why Utah Isn’t Deseret—or Pop History, Ahoy!

Mormonism is built on claims of historical events which make claims on us. A real resurrection of Jesus Christ, a real encounter between Joseph Smith, God the Father, and that same Jesus, a God who participates in real history. One result is that history has been the focus of many Mormons and students of Mormonism. History is a crucial part of Mormon identity; the shared narrative situates each person into God's grand "plan of salvation." Mormons are usually more sensitive to the ways the Mormon … [Read more...]


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