LDS Perspectives Podcast
Summary: Exploring Mormon history, doctrine, and culture with amazing LDS scholars from a faithful perspective.
Christopher Blythe of the Joseph Smith Papers project shares insights into interesting documents from the early Nauvoo period.
Scott Livingston discusses practical ways we can call on the Atonement.
Jared Ludlow talks about the ancient Near East and its peoples.
Shon D. Hopkins discusses the aspects of the Abinidi narrative as you look at it through narrative, theologic, historical, and philosophical lenses.
Josh Madsen, a student of the Dead Sea Scrolls, reviews their discovery, contents, and meaning.
Brian Hales interviews Don Bradley about cutting-edge research regarding the lost 116 pages of the Book of Mormon.
Retired BYU Professor Paul Hosskisson discusses the account of Noah's flood in the Bible and possible interpretations for a needed cleansing of the earth.
Joseph Smith Papers volume editor David W. Grua discusses the Missouri War and Joseph Smith's Liberty Jail letters.
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.
Episode 69: Introduction to Higher Biblical Criticism – Philip Barlow
Episode 68: #LightTheWorld 2017 – David Archuleta
Episode 67: #LightTheWorld – Jenny Oaks Baker
Episode 66: After the Mountain Meadows Massacre – Richard E. Turley
Episode 65: The Early Mormon Search for Religious Liberty – Paul Reeve