As always, remember that these are questions for studying the reading assigned more than for planning the lesson itself. Even then, you are certainly going to find more questions here than you can deal with in one study session, though…
A reminder about these notes: They are intended to help people study the assigned material for this week’s Sunday School lesson. They are not intended as an outline for how to teach that lesson, though I assume that by studying…
Abraham 3 Verses 1-19: Why did the Lord reveal these things to Abraham? More important: why did he think it important to reveal them to us? Verse 1: Why is it important that Abraham tell us that he received the…
Don’t expect Old Testament writers to have written their histories the way we would have written them.
It is daunting to be posting anything about scripture when Eric Huntsman is posting alongside. It ought to be daunting in any case, but it is easier to ignore the fact that I am a mere dabbler when my posts…
Call for Papers: â€œInterpretation: LDS Perspectivesâ€ Sponsored by Mormon Scholars in the Humanities and Mormon Scholars Foundation
â€œMay These Principles Be Establishedâ€: Mormonism in the Political Arena
Graduate Student Conference at Claremont: Call for Papers â€œMay These Principles Be Establishedâ€: Mormonism in the Political Arena
For those interested in the BYU summer seminar, I’ve revised the post, adding the titles of and abstracts for the papers.
The annual summer symposium, this year “Joseph Smith and His Times,” will be held on Thursday, August 9, 2007. The symposium will feature papers by twelve summer seminar fellows on the theme “Mormon Thinkers, 1890-1930,” covering topics ranging from the…
We moved into our house on the first weekend of January, 1980. One reason we chose it was that it reminded us of Pennsylvania, where we did graduate work. (The other reason? It was the only house we afford because…
What if I didn’t believe in God? Would I still be a Mormon?
Perhaps Thomas Wolfe was right, but I’m skeptical.
It might seem that there are few Hegelians in the world today.
However well we do in school or our jobs or in our church callings or in any endeavor, most of our lives are and will be ordinary.
My youngest daughter has discovered a trove of photos at her grandmother’s house, and she has been going through them
Today is the first for my Winter semester class, and I’m excited.
Nothing exciting here, just an administrative note: I’ve been posting materials for studying the Sunday School lesson materials on Times and Seasons for a while. However,
Lesson 46: Daniel 2
Lesson 45: Daniel 1, 3, and 6; Esther 3-5, 7-8