My Gospel Study: Search Results

"In proportion to the exercise of our faith do we receive information"

—Lorenzo Snow

Topic: Gospels

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    Who Really Wrote the Gospels? A Study of Traditional Authorship

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    Judd, Frank F. Jr., “Who Really Wrote the Gospels? A Study of Traditional Authorship” in How ... Deseret Book, 2006), 123-140. Who Really Wrote the Gospels? A Study of Traditional Authorship Frank F. ... seventeenth century, the French priest Richard Simon asserted that the titles of the four Gospels were ...

    Finding Joy in the Gospel

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    Matthew Joseph Heaton, “Finding Joy in the Gospel,” Selections from the Religious Education ... Finding Joy in the Gospel Matthew Joseph Heaton Several years ago my family and I traveled to the Holy ... by finding joy in the gospel which we live. In my interactions with Latter-day Saints, I have noticed three ...

    From Selections from the 2005 Religious Education Student Symposium

    False Gospels: An Approach to Studying the New Testament Apocrypha

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    Thomas A. Wayment, “False Gospels: An Approach to Studying the New Testament Apocrypha” in How ... Deseret Book, 2006), 292–303. False Gospels: An Approach to Studying the New Testament Apocrypha Thomas A. ... gospels, collections of sayings, acts of individual Apostles, collections of apostolic teachings, ...

    Restriction of Gospel Blessings in Every Dispensation

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    John J. Oirya, “Restriction of Gospel Blessings in Every Dispensation,” in Selections from ... 2004), 143–158. Restriction of Gospel Blessings in Every Dispensation John J. Oirya Many people may ... “the same yesterday, today, and forever” (2 Nephi 27:23; 29:9) in extending His gospel to His children. ...

    From Selections from the 2004 Religious Education Student Symposium

    “ Written, That Ye Might Believe”: Literary Features of the Gospels

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    of the Gospels," in Religious Educator 5, no. 2 (2004): 95-104. “Written, That Ye Might Believe”: Literary Features of the Gospels Julie M. Smith Julie M. Smith was a volunteer institute instructor in Austin, Texas when ... This is certainly true of the Gospels, where many of the features common to ancient writing are quite foreign to us. ...

    From RE 5, no. 3 (2004) of The Religious Educator

    Gospel Scholarship and Gospel Teaching

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    Larry E. Dahl, “Gospel Scholarship and Gospel Teaching,” in Religious Educator 1, no. 1 (2000): 1–14.   Gospel Scholarship and Gospel Teaching Larry E. Dahl Larry ... under the label “scholarship.” My thesis is that there is a legitimate field called “gospel ...

    From Volume 1 Number 1, 2000 of The Religious Educator

    First-Century Sources on the Life of Jesus

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    it be the Gospels, Acts, or Epistles, must necessarily begin with the earliest sources and work forward through ... results for how we read and understand the Gospels, Acts, and Epistles. If, for example, an author used ... in which he received it. In practice, it is probable that the authors of the Gospels of Matthew and Luke ...

    Plain and Precious Things: The Writing of the New Testament

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    understand it. The Four Gospels Whatever the reasons they were written, the four Gospels are, by no means, ... of the three so-called synoptic (“see-alike”) Gospels to be written is Mark, [2] composed within a few decades ... and a reputed acolyte of Peter. Tradition tells us that Mark wrote his Gospel under the direction of Peter, ...

    “Unto the Convincing of Men”: Teaching with Power in Missionary Work

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    himself a minister. [2] Anxious to declare the truthfulness of the gospel and confident in his new ... of gospel truth is not the same as being converted to it. Latter-day Saints rightfully see conversion, ... in having his children only convinced of his work. He would like them to be converted to the gospel. [6] ...

    From Selections from the 2006 Religious Education Student Symposium

    The Second Coming of Christ: Questions and Answers

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    Is the Second Coming? Jesus came to earth as a mortal being in the meridian of time. He taught the gospel ... because of what is stated in the Gospel of Mark: “Heaven and earth shall pass away: but my words shall ... In the meridian of time, by command of the Savior, the gospel of Jesus Christ was delivered first to the Jews ...

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