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    Prophet of the Jubilee


    Edited by Ronald D. Dennis Volume 10 in the Specialized Monograph Series July 1996 marked the sesquicentennial of  Prophwyd y Jubili, or  Prophet of the Jubilee, the official publication of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Wales from 1846 to 1848. Published in Welsh under the direction of Captain ...

    ISBN: 1-5700-8296-0

    Teaching the Four Gospels: Five Considerations


    been invented by Mark. He is the only New Testament Gospel author who identifies his work as such: “The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God” (Mark 1:1). The Greek word for gospel, euangelion , literally means “the good message,” and, for Mark, the good message begins at the baptism where “a ...

    From Volume 13 Number 3, 2012 of The Religious Educator

    Of Soils and Souls: The Parable of the Sower


    as recorded in Mark 4:13. When the disciples “asked of him the parable” of the sower, the Lord responded: “Know ye not this parable? and how then will ye know all parables?” (Mark 4:10, 13). Some have cited ... of “all parables” on the understanding of “this parable” (Mark 4:13), He asserted the foundational ...

    From Volume 9 Number 3, 2008 of The Religious Educator

    A Viewpoint on the Supposedly Lost Gospel Q


    Consequently, this is a statement that should be marked when it occurs because its use indicates that what comes next ... ways to teach students about “I am” and “verily” statements. Most simply, teachers could mark ... listing all of the relevant verses, and then perhaps allow time to mark all the passages.  ...

    From Volume 5 Number 3, 2004 of The Religious Educator

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


    this is a statement that should be marked when it occurs because its use indicates that what comes next was deemed ... am” and “verily” statements. Most simply, teachers could mark their scriptures ahead of time ... verses, and then perhaps allow time to mark all the passages. Paired Examples Frequently, stories ...

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

    Matthew as an Editor of the Life and Teachings of Jesus

    Selected Article

    to “their scribes” (grammateis auton; Matthew 7:29), whereas Mark just said “the scribes” (hoi grammateis; Mark 1:22). All of these Matthean characteristics point to an “us” and “them” situation for Matthew’s ... audience. This is a very different scenario from the ones faced by Mark and Luke, where the internal ...

    8. The JST and the Synoptic Gospels: Literary Style


    of relationships between the synoptic Gospels—Matthew, Mark, and Luke. These three have a similar perspective ... the Promise of the ages. Mark and Luke seem to have written to a gentile audience; Mark’s work ... the matter of the Church) is grasped by simply comparing the synoptics in parallel. Mark’s account ...

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

    Joseph and Hyrum--Leading as One


    Edited by Mark E. Mendenhall, Hal B Gregersen, Jeffrey S. O'Driscoll, Heidi S. Swinton and Breck England Joseph and Hyrum Smith exemplified leadership as they worked together in organizing and operating the Church, teaching, speaking, and building temples and towns. As leaders, they held firm ...

    ISBN: 978-0-8425-2754-5

    2006 Easter Conference

    he is risen; he is not here: behold the place where they laid him" (Mark 17:7). This volume ...

    2. Cultic Piety and Pharisaism before 70


    lawyers, marked off from other groups by a few philosophical differences. As a party they functioned ... are represented in the main, though not entirely, as a table fellowship sect. While Mark 3:6 and 12:13, ... Jesus and his disciples eat with sinners and tax collectors, people who do not keep the law. (Mark ...

    From The Glory of God Is Intelligence: Four Lectures on the Role of Intellect in Judaism