New Video

New Video

There is a new video on the website for the 500th Anniversary of the Christian Reformation. The video is titled: Reconsidering Everything A link is provided by clicking on the name above. You can access all six of the videos on that same page.

Prayer

Prayer

I received the following email: Denver, I know you are used to far more profound questions, but do you have any suggestions on how to make prayer meaningful? I find it hard to pray, given that God knows whats in my head and what I will say, but I have been making an effort to
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Equality?

Equality?

I received the following email today: Dear Denver,   I know you don’t know me, but there are some things that have been on my mind for quite a while and I wanted to ask you a couple of questions.   When you spoke in St. George, you said, “We are all equal, and we
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Trinitarian Impediment

Trinitarian Impediment

The doctrine of the Trinity which was settled, if not created, in the Council of Nicea is an impediment, and not an advantage, to knowing God. If “life eternal” is to “know God” (as John declared–see John 17:3) then of what value is a doctrine that makes God “incomprehensible?” Even theologian, James R. White, from
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September Boise Conference

September Boise Conference

The upcoming conference in Boise this September will be broadcast live on the Internet. There will be both an audio feed (for those with limited bandwidth) and a video/audio feed for all others. These Internet broadcast options will allow anyone anywhere in the world to participate in the event live. More details will be made available
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Baptist or Beloved?

Baptist or Beloved?

The debate over who was “speaking” the testimony of Jesus Christ in the beginning of the Gospel of John has been one of the longest-standing questions in Christianity. Heracleon addressed this at about 165 a.d. He was a Gnostic and from the school of Valentinus. Valentinus was an early Gnostic, claiming to have secret knowledge
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Melchizedek

Melchizedek

I received the following email inquiry: I can’t seem to reconcile your repeated statements that Melchizedek was not a king. You use Joseph Smith (From the James Burgess Notebook) as your source. Although called a “prince of peace” and the “king of Salem,” Joseph Smith explained these terms were not because he had kingly rule
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New Paper

New Paper

I have prepared a new paper based on the talk I gave in St. George. The paper is on this site under the “downloads” section under the title: Things to Keep us Awake at Night It can be accessed by clicking on the title above. In addition the scripture committee has posted another update document
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The Lord’s People Israel

The Lord’s People Israel

When the people with Moses continually balked at receiving the gifts offered to them by the Lord, the Lord tired of their murmuring and considered rejecting them and making of Moses alone His covenant people: And the Lord said unto Moses, How long will this people provoke me? and how long will it be ere
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Covenant

Covenant

The Book of Mormon IS a covenant. In it we have examples of covenant making provided to us so we can understand the process. The covenant offered through the Book of Mormon has never been received by any people. When the 1835 conference adopted scriptures, they adopted only the D&C and not the Book of
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