LDS Perspectives Podcast
Summary: Exploring Mormon history, doctrine, and culture with amazing LDS scholars from a faithful perspective.
Ben Spackman discusses the meaning of Genesis in light of the message its ancient priestly authors were trying to convey.
Dr. Cory Crawford describes how the documentary hypothesis describes what may have been the process used to create the first 5 books of the Old Testament.
Philip Barlow wrote his landmark book Mormons and the Bible over 30 years ago.Here he presents an introduction to higher criticism of the Bible for Mormons.
Nick Galieti sits down with David Archuleta and discusses what members can do for the #LightTheWorld 2017 Campaign through acts of service.
Tune in as Taunalyn Rutherford interviews Jenny Oaks Baker about being a mom, concert violinist, and performing with her children.
Richard Turley coauthor of a comprehensive volume on the Mountain Meadows Massacre details the legal trial of perpetrators of the crime by federal officials.
Utah historian Paul Reeve discusses what we learn from the records of the Council of the Fifty and the timeless issues these early Mormons grappled with.
Elizabeth Kuehn shares research done by the Joseph Smith Papers team regarding the Kirtland Safety Society started by Joseph Smith and associates.
Terryl Givens discusses the somewhat controversial "Becoming Like God" Gospel Topics essay, and how some Mormons are confused about what becoming like God actually means.
In this extended episode, Fiona Givens discusses one of the most important concepts restored by Joseph Smith -- a Christ who heals our woundedness.
Episode 61: Mark’s Human Portrait of Jesus – Julie M. Smith
Episode 60: Keeping the Records – Keith Erekson
Episode 59: Women in the Old Testament – Heather Farrell
Episode 58: The Martin Luther that Mormons Don’t Know – Craig Harline
Episode 57: The Evolution of Temple Doctrine – Jennifer Ann Mackley