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Increasing understanding of scripture one article at a time

Increasing understanding of scripture one article at a time

Increasing understanding of scripture one article at a time

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Come, Follow Me Resource Index

Come, Follow Me Recommended Study Aids

See our new page with recommendations of books that can be helpful while studying the New Testament using the Come, Follow Me curriculum during 2019 or at any other time. Several of our authors and experts have provided the reference books they use or would recommend to aid in personal or family study. And we have included links to Amazon (actually AmazonSmile) and other online sources for printed copies of each book, as well as eBook/ePub/Kindle versions when available.

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Interpreter Radio Show — December 9, 2018

Interpreter Radio Show — December 9, 2018

The December 9 broadcast of the Interpreter Radio Show was hosted by Terry Hutchinson, Dan Peterson, John Gee and Kevin Christensen. Topics discussed include Julie M. Smith’s new commentary on Mark and an interview with Julie herself.

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Let There Be a Famine in the Land

Let There Be a Famine in the Land

Abstract: The drought recorded in Helaman 11 is probably the only dated, climate-related event in the entire Book of Mormon that could have left a "signature" detectable over 2,000 years after it occurred. Typical methods to detect this kind of event using...

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Translating the New Testament for Latter-day Saints

Translating the New Testament for Latter-day Saints

Review of Thomas A. Wayment, trans., The New Testament: A Translation for Latter-day Saints: A Study Bible (Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center; Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2018). $29.99 print. $17.00 digital. 491 pp. In a sermon delivered in Salt Lake City, Utah on...

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Interpreter Radio Show — December 2, 2018

Interpreter Radio Show — December 2, 2018

The December 2 broadcast of the Interpreter Radio Show was hosted by Neal Rappleye, Jasmin Rappleye, Stephen Smoot and Hales Swift. Topics discussed include recent Interpreter articles and a revisit of the Hill Cumorah debate.

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Interpreter Radio Show — November 25, 2018

Interpreter Radio Show — November 25, 2018

The November 25 broadcast of the Interpreter Radio Show was hosted by Steve Densley and Matt Bowen. Topics discussed include recent Interpreter articles and a discussion of the movie A Case for Christ.

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Interpreter Radio Show — November 18, 2018

Interpreter Radio Show — November 18, 2018

The November 18 broadcast of the Interpreter Radio Show was hosted by Bruce Webster and Mike Parker. Topics discussed include Thomas Wayment’s New Testament study bible and the FIRM Foundation’s annotated edition of the Book of Mormon.

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