In this episode of The Interpreter Radio Show, our hosts are Terry Hutchinson and Kevin Christensen. During the final hour they are joined by Jared Marcum, the author of a recent article in Interpreter: A Journal of Latter-day Saint Faith and Scholarship, “Withstanding Satan’s Siege through Christ’s Iron Rod: The Vision of the Tree of Life in Context of Ancient Siege Warfare”. They discuss Come, Follow Me New Testament lesson 37, Kevin’s recent interview on From the Desk about Margaret Barker, the recently released Annotated Book of Mormon by Grant Hardy, as well as Jared’s article. You can listen to or download the August 6th broadcast of the Interpreter Radio Show below. These audio tracks are also included in our podcast feed (https://interpreterfoundation.org/feeds/podcast).
The “New Testament in Context” portion of this show, for the Come, Follow Me New Testament lesson 37, “God Is Not the Author of Confusion, but of Peace” covering 1 Corinthians 14–16, will also be posted separately on Tuesday, August 29, 2023.
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Original air date: August 13, 2023. These recording have been edited to remove commercial breaks.
|The New Testament in Context Lesson 37: “God Is Not the Author of Confusion, but of Peace” covering 1 Corinthians 14–16|
|Discussion, Part 1: From the Desk interview on Margaret Barker (read it here) and The Annotated Book of Mormon|
|Discussion: “Withstanding Satan’s Siege through Christ’s Iron Rod: The Vision of the Tree of Life in Context of Ancient Siege Warfare” by Jared Marcum|
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