Tag Archives: Jeffrey M. Bradshaw

Enoch and the City of Zion: Can an Entire Community Ascend to Heaven?

There are some things that I have done in the past year or two that I have not managed to post on this blog. I hope to rectify some of that and be a bit more active in getting things up here. One of these is my participation in early 2013 in a conference entitled […]

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First Annual Expound Symposium in Provo, May 14th!!!!

I just wanted to alert you, especially those who live or will be in Utah next month, to the imminent advent of the First Annual Expound Symposium, to be held Saturday, May 14th, at the Brigham Young Academy in Provo, Utah.  I will be coming all the way from Scotland to speak at this event […]

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Temple Themes in the Book of Moses: Jeffrey M. Bradshaw Answers Questions About His New Book

Almost nine months ago I had the great opportunity of interviewing author Jeffrey M. Bradshaw about his outstanding (and very large) book, In God’s Image and Likeness (you can read that multi-post interview starting here). It is now my great pleasure to present to you my brief interview with Dr. (Bishop) Bradshaw regarding a new […]

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BYU Studies Symposium Audio mp3s

The BYU Studies website has recently released audio .mp3s from their recent 2010 symposium. I highlighted this conference in a recent post. If you were not able to attend the symposium, or would like to go back and listen to any of the great presentations, you can do so here. The session of the symposium […]

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“Because of My Transgression My Eyes are Opened”

Study Helps for Old Testament Gospel Doctrine Lesson 4 Although I am still struggling to decide exactly what format my notes on the Sunday School lessons should take and what would be the most helpful type of information to provide, I wanted to make sure I got started with this series of posts and provided […]

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New Series of Posts on Sunday School Curriculum

At the suggestion of my father, I have been contemplating doing a series of posts treating the content of this year’s Sunday School curriculum.  For those who are not LDS (or, for whatever reason, are not following the LDS Sunday School lessons), the LDS Church, as a whole throughout the world, is studying the Old […]

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In God’s Image and Likeness: Part 5, The Intriguing Conclusion to My Interview with Author Jeffrey M. Bradshaw

This is the conclusion (you can judge whether its intriguing or not) to my question and answer session with Dr. Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, author of the recently published In God’s Image and Likeness: Ancient and Modern Perspectives on the Book of Moses. As those who are LDS are studying the Old Testament this year in […]

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In God’s Image and Likeness: an Interview with Author Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, Part 4

Part 4 [David] You make some interesting comments in your Preface regarding the opinion of many people in modern society concerning Mormonism, which would presumably apply to the Book of Moses as well. Specifically, that Mormons seem to be a very superstitious people from the perspective of our modern, scientific world, with our beliefs based, as […]

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