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    these searching and revealing papers on deity and death take on so much significance. People differ markedly ... their work. Whenever possible the funeral is marked by trappings of prosperity, which are intended to enhance ... the justice and glory of God. Death at best is an agonizing event, and funerals are marked by lamentation, ...

    From Deity and Death

    Sorting Out the Seven Marys in the New Testament


    of John Mark, and Mary of Rome. The task of keeping these seven important women of the New Testament ... of Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and Paul. Thus, we will clearly identify these women in order to resolve ... addressing Mary of James and Joses, Mary of Cleophas, Mary of John Mark, and Mary of Rome range from modest ...

    From Volume 5 Number 3, 2004 of The Religious Educator

    7. "What Therefore God Hath Joined Together, Let No Man Put Asunder"


    defined his position on the subject of marriage and divorce (see Matthew 5:31–32; 19:3–9; Mark 10:2–12; ... and Mark 10, where Jesus more fully justified his position. The Joseph Smith Translation of Luke’s ... a position in relation to the popular schools of thought. According to Mark, Jesus turned the tables ...

    From The Sermon on the Mount in Latter-day Scripture: The 39th Annual BYU Sidney B. Sperry Symposium

    3. The Origin and Formation of the Corpus of Apocryphal Literature


    of the experience until Jesus was resurrected (Matthew 17:9; Mark 9:9). Later hints in the New Testament of what ... Mark 4:22 (Cf. Luke 8:17) En hō eisin pantes hoi thēsauroi tēs sophias kai gnōseōs apokryphoi. ... were making concerning the Gospel of Mark, Clement explained that indeed there were two Gospels ...

    From Apocryphal Writings and the Latter-day Saints

    7. Chapters, Verses, Punctuation, Spelling, and Italics


    four: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. The book of Acts was inserted between the Gospels and the letters ... the Gospel of Matthew was divided into 170 such units—62 in Mark, 152 in Luke, and 50 in John. The kephalaia ... (sixth–eighth centuries), were beginning to be marked in the Greek texts that would eventually be reflected ...

    From The King James Bible and the Restoration

    12. The JST on the Second Coming of Christ


    mark chapter 13, and Luke chapter 21, which provide great insights into the Second Coming. One ... of the chapter. Another significant change is the many additions made by the Prophet in Mark 13 so ... would wax cold (v. l0). In addition to these signs given both in Joseph Smith-Matthew and JST Mark ...

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

    Welcoming All of God’s Children in His House: Supporting Members with Disabilities


    stated: In our lives, sickness comes to loved ones, accidents leave their cruel marks of remembrance, ... in my ward, Mark’s calling was to place the hymn numbers on the board for our sacrament meeting. He was dedicated and accurate in his calling. When Mark’s parents left for a mission and Mark moved to live ...

    From Volume 7 Number 1, 2006 of The Religious Educator

    Stade Branch


    203, working with the Mark III tank. His unit moved within thirty miles of Moscow before the vehicles ... Marks Brother Christian Tiedemann  20 Marks Emma Hagenah                       5 Marks (nonmember friend)                                                 225 Marks total   The following items were donated ...

    From Under the Gun

    Chapters, Verses, Punctuation, Spelling, and Italics in the King James Version


    that circulated anciently, the church by the middle of the second century had accepted four: Matthew, Mark, Luke, ... of Matthew was divided into 170 such units—62 in Mark, 152 in Luke, and 50 in John. The kephalaia were ... divisions, indicated by simple forms of punctuation (sixth–eighth centuries), were beginning to be marked ...

    From Volume 7 Number 2, 2006 of The Religious Educator

    Introductory Essay


    of the Judaeo-Christian tradition, and “continue to exhibit marked historical tendencies. Mormonism actually possesses ... as scripturalists. [4] “Marked historical tendencies” have more substantial underwriting ... are misleading. When Christianity in its present forms defines other-worldliness as timeless, it is off the mark ...

    From Reflections on Mormonism: Judaeo-Christian Parallels