Rethinking the Old Testament
I discuss a number of points from my study of the Old Testament which have contributed to the formulation of my conclusions regarding what it means to me and my religious tradition.The Old Testament is not a book of history.
It is not a book of Science.
Genesis 30 - the speckled and spotted sheep and goats.
Extreme Views of the Old Testament
It is entirely, word-for-word, God's word. I find this unbelievable for many reasons.
Joseph Smith explained that some of the Old Testament pertains to us, but much does not.
There has never been anything like universal consensus as to the list of books which belong in the Old Testament. It has never been settled and appears that it never will be.
Discussion with callers on what to believe regarding supernatural claims in the Old Testament and elsewhere in our religious tradition, addressing some specifics such as the Book of Abraham, Book of Mormon and the miracles of Jesus.
Talk Show host: Van Hale, LDS Official website: http://www.mormonmiscellaneous.com/Podcast address: http://www.mormonmisc.podbean.com/Talk Show Blog: mormonmiscellaneous.com/radioprogramblogThis is the 20 January 2008 episode of the Mormon Miscellaneous Worldwide Talk Show, now in its 28th year.To listen to future Talk Shows live, go to http://www.k-talk.com/ Sunday evenings 5:00 - 7:00 pm MST.If you have a question or comment, your participation is invited, regardless of your point of view.Your voice will be heard around the world.Click to visit my eStore Catalog of Digital Articles related to some of my Podcast EpisodesTo make a comment, click on “Comment” below.