In this episode, our hosts are Neal Rappleye, Jasmin Rappleye, Stephen Smoot, and Hales Swift. You can listen to or download the February 5th broadcast of the Interpreter Radio Show below. These audio tracks will also be included in our podcast feed (https://interpreterfoundation.org/feeds/podcast).
The “New Testament in Context” portion of this show, for Come, Follow Me New Testament lesson 10, covering Matthew 8, Mark 2–4, and Luke 7, will be posted on Tuesday, February 21.
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Original air date: February 5, 2023. These recording have been edited to remove commercial breaks.
|Restoration Advocacy: Anachronisms in the Book of Abraham|
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Israel Finkelstein in The Bible Unearthed suggests because of “some telltale anachronisms” like”camels ” there is a “failed search for the historical Abraham” p.33. Royal Skousen and Terryl Givens suggest the interpretations of the facsimiles should be abandoned and the Book of Abraham was given by revelation.