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—Lorenzo Snow

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    10. Looking beyond the Mark: Insights from the JST into First-Century Judaism

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    miracles, his personality and power. In addition, invaluable insights concerning his ministry among the Jews ... the Jews of the first century had riveted themselves upon the hope of deliverance. Anticipation was great and expectations were legion, for “the Jews taught that the kingdom of God should immediately appear” (JST Luke ...

    From The Joseph Smith Translation: The Restoration of Plain and Precious Things

    “Pointing Our Souls to Him”: Understanding the Law of Moses

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    2007), 70–81. “Pointing Our Souls to Him”: Understanding the Law of Moses Brandon Muirhead Both the Jews ... when He came. The way the Jews and the Nephites received Christ’s higher law reflected their understanding of the law of Moses and its Christ-centered purpose. In Palestine, the Jews misunderstood the law ...

    From Selections from the 2007 Religious Education Student Symposium

    Restriction of Gospel Blessings in Every Dispensation

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    in the dispensations of Moses and Jesus, the gospel was made available only to the Jews for some time (see Deuteronomy ... the priesthood or participate in temple ordinances.” [22] As for the New Testament period, the God of both Jews ... ministry, Christ sought out only the Jews, including those who were dispersed among the Gentiles (see John ...

    From Selections from the 2004 Religious Education Student Symposium

    Evidence of Ancient Writing on Metal: An Interview with H. Curtis Wright

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    that draws a very sharp distinction between the Jews at Jerusalem—the rabbinical Jews—and the Jews everywhere else—the Diaspora Jews. When the Jews came back from Babylon, they came back in two groups, because when ... 51; 60–62). The Jews have the same problem. Two stories developed among the Jews about what happened ...

    From Volume 9 Number 3, 2008 of The Religious Educator

    Consider Your Ways: The Book of Haggai and the Responsibilities and Blessings of Temple Work

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    the second year of Darius, king of Persia, in 520 B.C. This date is eighteen years after the Jews returned ... a decree authorizing the Jews to return to Jerusalem and rebuild their temple (see Ezra 1:2–4; 6:3). ... would be displeased with their efforts to beautify their homes while neglecting His house. The Jews ...

    From Sperry Symposium Classics: The Old Testament

    6. Israel, the Mormons and the Land

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    with the Jews. Their response to the Hebrew People and their land has been truly amazing. ... The Book of Mormon goes further. It claims that certain Jews were fugitives from the land of Israel ... insistence on any possible biological or physical or genealogical continuity between Christians and Jews ...

    From Reflections on Mormonism: Judaeo-Christian Parallels

    Israel, the Mormons and the Land

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    Through Christianity, Mormons came to be connected with the Jews. Their response to the Hebrew People ... and the Gentile Church: the connection is spiritual. The Book of Mormon goes further. It claims that certain Jews ... insistence on any possible biological or physical or genealogical continuity between Christians and Jews ...

    8. The Western Text of the Book of Acts: A Mirror of the Doctrinal Struggles in the Early Christian Church

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    text, made in the interest of emphasizing the unity of the primitive church.” [26] Pro-Gentile, Anti-Jew ... and not exclusively to the Jews to whom Peter was speaking. . . . That such was in fact his intention seems evident ... The Western text also tends to make the Jews “the bad guys”: Acts 3:17 Alexandrian text: And now, brethren, I ...

    From Apocryphal Writings and the Latter-day Saints

    Preface

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    Spiritual Gifts—the Restoration of the Jews to their Land—the First Resurrection—the Reign of Christ ...

    From Preface

    Looking Beyond the Mark

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    of the Book of Mormon is Jacob’s eloquent expression in Jacob 4:14, that the blindness of the Jews “came ... of verse 14, between an explanation of what the Jews wanted and a description of what they got. ... counterfeit, the Jews would, as Jacob prophesied, become blind, and in their blindness they would stumble. ...

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