LDS Perspectives Podcast
Summary: Exploring Mormon history, doctrine, and culture with amazing LDS scholars from a faithful perspective.
Though often credited for laying groundwork for the Restoration, Martin Luther actually shared few religious views in common with those of the Mormon faith.
Jennifer Ann Mackley shares from 15 years of research of Wilford Woodruff's journal and letters about his involvement in the development of temple doctrine.
Michelle Linford, DaNae Handy, and Greg Trimble provide practical tools for living in a digital world whether you are a concerned parent or a new blogger.
Dr. Thomas A. Wayment discusses correlations between the Joseph Smith Translation of the Bible and entries in Adam Clarke's commentary on the Bible.
Dr. Kenneth Alford has used his familiarity with the JST to located its presence in the published revelations of Joseph Smith as found in the D&C.
Young scholar Daniel Smith builds replicas of elements of the ancient Israelite temple to teach LDS youth about its symbolism.
The details Austin shares in this episode of LDS Perspectives provide a more complete understanding of the book of Job in the Bible.
Matthew J. Grey shares research into how Joseph Smith's study of Hebrew in the Kirtland School later influenced his translation of the Book of Abraham.
Steven Peck discusses the intersection of science and religion and urges members to teach the compatibility rather than the conflict of the two.
Casey Paul Griffiths discusses the history of the Church Education System and its globalization efforts in Mormon religious education.
Episode 48: Dastardly Dime Novel Mormons – Ardis Parshall
Episode 47: Recreating the Book of Mormon World – Taylor Halverson and Tyler Griffin
Episode 46: The Delicate Art of Critical Judgment – George Handley
Episode 45: Misunderstanding the Bible – Benjamin Spackman
Episode 44: Mystery Solved: Who Wrote the Lectures on Faith? – Noel Reynolds