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—Lorenzo Snow

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    Precious Truths Restored: Joseph Smith Translation Changes Not Included in Our Bible


    retained the manuscript pages and the Bible Joseph had marked while doing the translation. Emma did ... hath received. Mark 1:5 . . . and were all baptized of him . . . Mark 1:4 ...

    From Volume 5 Number 2, 2004 of The Religious Educator

    Teaching the Book of Revelation: Five Considerations


    the suffering servant of Mark nor the new Moses of Matthew. In this work they found the divine and glorified ... vision. Though the Lamb bears the terrible mark of sacrifice, the wound does not dominate the scene; ... by destroying its enemies. His coming will mark the end of the period of evil. Indeed, during the period ...

    From Volume 14 Number 1, 2013 of The Religious Educator

    Defining and Teaching Tolerance


    in the Savior’s association with publicans and sinners (see Mark 2:15–17). And it is visible when the Savior raises a damsel from death despite those in the house having “laughed him to scorn” (Mark 5:38–42). ... Twice He cleanses the temple (see John 2:14–16; Mark 11:15–17); He teaches that evil influences may need ...

    From Volume 9 Number 3, 2008 of The Religious Educator

    Teaching through Exegesis: Helping Students Ask Questions of the Text


    and Mark’s own artistry. Likewise, understanding Paul’s use and adaptation of the classical epistolary form ... Luke 19:45–46). Mark, however (11:15–19), moves it to Monday, allowing the episode to be framed ... in the evening (11:20–21). Mark may well have adjusted the order to teach an important point beyond the one ...

    From Teaching through Exegesis: Helping Students Ask Questions of the Text

    3. From Cultic Piety to Torah Piety after 70


    As I shall now show, the destruction of the Temple marks the shift from cultic piety to Torahpiety, ... not mark the end of the collective life of Israel. What survived was the people. It was the genius ... 2:4, 16:21, 20:18, 21:15, 27, 27:41; Mark 8:31, 10:33, 11:18,27, 14:1,43, 53, 15:1, 31, etc., ...

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

    Peter—the Chief Apostle


    at the time Jesus healed her of a fever (see Mark 1:29–31), though we do not know if she was a permanent ... brother, Andrew (see Mark 1:29). It seems to have become a kind of headquarters of the Church in Galilee, ... lived there.” [3] Note the way Mark describes one of the many gatherings in Peter’s home after ...

    From Go Ye Into All the World: Messages of the New Testament Apostles

    Making a Masterpiece: Background Effects of Family, Religion, and Culture on the Works of Three Artists


    marks, indicating detailed work; other areas lack such refinement. Second, the slave’s stance with right ... of the mark. While William Bouguereau received acclaim and top prices for his work during his lifetime, he ... in the background. Mark Steven Walker, a Bouguereau biographer, noted that when the artist moved away from classical ...

    From The BYU Religious Education Student Symposium 2009

    The Healing Power of the Atonement: Conditioned upon Our Faith to Be Healed


    proclaimed, “Go in peace;... thy faith hath made thee whole” (Mark 5:28, 34). Zeezrom, close to death, ... to “arise, and take up thy bed, and go thy way” (Mark 2:5, 11). Both healings were performed, however, only after “Jesus saw their faith” (Mark 2:5). The Lord’s coupling of the two healings teaches an important ...

    From Selections from the 2006 Religious Education Student Symposium

    Wuppertal Branch


    for shipment to the district leaders in Hamburg: Brother Louis Gellermann                  200 Marks Brother Christian Tiedemann              20 Marks Emma Hagenah                                   5 Marks (non-member friend)                                                             225 Marks total The following items ...

    From Under the Gun

    8. Six Days in August: Brigham Young and the Succession Crisis of 1844


    Rigdon got Young’s letter, Rigdon hurried to Nauvoo. [14]  William Marks, president of the Nauvoo Stake, ... preached in the worship meeting, he was interrupted by President Marks with a surprising announcement. Marks declared that on Thursday morning, August 8, President Rigdon would hold a “special meeting” ...

    From A Firm Foundation