Archive for December 2011

104. Development of Mormon Theology.

Date 2011-11-13 


My guest, Charles Harrell, is the author of
This is My Doctrine: The Development of Mormon Theology
. 

I highly recommend this book.

Some of the following are topics we discussed during our 2 hour discussion:

  • Beliefs, doctrine & opinions
  • The idea of official LDS doctrineMormon creeds?
  • Official position on passages of scripture
  • Revelation: past, present & future
  • Considering past and present pronouncements
  • History of doctrinal changes
  • Dogmatism
  • De-emphasis

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103."Fires of Faith" The Translation of the Bible into English

  • 2011-11-06

    This year is the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible published in 1611. 

  • BYUtv has produced an impressive 3 mini series which portrays and discusses the translations of the Bible in English from William Tyndale's (1525) to the King James Version (1611). 
  • My guest is Lee Groberg, an independent film producer. He is the director and producer for BYUtv's remarkable documentary. He wrote, interviewed and coordinated filming with more than 400 actors and extras, eighteen international scholars, in eight different countries.

    And with him are: Derek Marquis, the managing director of BYU Broadcasting and Fred Woods, Professor of Church History & Doctrine and on the Hebrew from BYU.

Talk Show host: Van Hale, LDS

Mormon Miscellaneous Worldwide Talk Show is now in its 32th year.
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102.Thoughts and Ideas on the KJV

Date: 2011-10-16

A number of thoughts and ideas on the KJV and other translations. 

Comments on the upcoming guest, Bill Keller an internet evangelist, claims that members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are not Christians and to vote for Mitt Romney is to vote for Satan.

Talk Show host: Van Hale, LDS

Mormon Miscellaneous Worldwide Talk Show is now in its 32th year.
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To Participate

  • Live, Sunday evenings 5:00 - 7:00 pm MST
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  • Live, our call-in number is 801-254-5855
  • Live, participate sending short email mormontalkingpoints@gmail.com
  • Live, your questions or comments are invited, regardless of your point of view. 

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