A new post this morning on the From The Desk of Kurt Manwaring website is titled “10 Questions with Jeffrey M. Bradshaw” and discusses “the biggest questions in Book of Moses studies today” as well as Interpreter’s Book of Moses Conference this Friday and Saturday.
The Kurt Manwaring interview can be read at https://www.fromthedesk.org/10-questions-jeff-bradshaw/
Go to https://interpreterfoundation.org/conferences/2020-book-of-moses-conference/ for more information on the Conference and to view the live-stream.
I was also published with “ten questions” with Manwaring. He asked me to pose the actual questions. He did not put any “liberal” bent on them.
Nice to hear.
On the other hand, if you posed the actual questions, how could he (or not) put any bent on them? Were they in his voice? Your experience is not germane to Jeff Bradshaw’s anyway. Yet still, you put *liberal* in quotes. Are we to infer that the term describes a myth, illusion, or unreality? There’s a diss in your hiss.
My point is that nearly all of Kurt’s questions cast a side-eye at the writ. Read them.
I am wary of Manwaring.
Note the bent of each of his questions; they point to *doubt.* This is quintessential Liberal slant. It commences at the very outset, “What are the biggest questions in Book of Moses studies today?” Questions? How about resolutions, Kurt? Or options for believers?
Authentic discipleship impels a Saint to seek Faithful Perspective, to orient thought and query in the direction of answers, solutions, possibility.
Some conservatives still see a liberal, a communist, and a socialist under every rock just as Cleon Skousen taught them fifty years ago