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Interpreter Radio: The New Testament in Context Lesson 42

New Testament Study and Teaching Helps — Lesson 42

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Interpreter Radio Show — September 17, 2023

Interpreter Radio Show — September 17, 2023

  In this episode of The Interpreter Radio Show, our hosts are Bruce Webster, Kris Frederickson, and Robert Boylan. They discuss Come, Follow Me New Testament lesson 42 during the first hour and are joined during the second hour by Janiece Johnson to discuss her...

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Interpreting Interpreter: A Chiastic Enos

Interpreting Interpreter: A Chiastic Enos

This post is a summary of the article “Centered on Christ: The Book of Enos Possibly Structured Chiastically” by Stephen Kent Ehat in Volume 58 of Interpreter: A Journal of Latter-day Saint Faith and Scholarship. All of the articles may be seen at...

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This post is a summary of the article ““Behold, He Was a Man Like unto Ammon”: Mormon’s Use of ʾmn-related Terminology in Praise of Moroni in Alma 48” by Matthew L. Bowen in Volume 58 of Interpreter: A Journal of Latter-day Saint Faith and Scholarship. All of the...

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Interpreter Radio: The New Testament in Context Lesson 42

New Testament Study and Teaching Helps — Lesson 41

Ephesians 1-2 Chosen Before the Foundation of the World Ephesus is on the west coast of Turkey, and its ruins are considered one of the largest and most treasured archaeological sites in the world. Paul wrote this epistle to church members there—being mostly gentile...

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Interpreting Interpreter: Gideon’s Justice

This post is a summary of the article “Mormon’s Narrative Strategies to Provide Literary Justice for Gideon” by Nathan J. Arp in Volume 58 of Interpreter: A Journal of Latter-day Saint Faith and Scholarship. All of the articles may be seen at...

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