The oldest compete copy of the Ten Commandments, a 2,000-year-old Dead Sea Scroll, will briefly be part of an exhibit at Jerusalem’s Israel Museum, “A Brief History of Humankind.” According to The Guardian: The exhibit includes tools used in an elephant hunt from 1.5m years ago, the oldest known remains of a communal bonfire from […]
Day: May 6, 2015
People of many faiths have responded with faith to the crisis in Baltimore. Jana Riess blogged for Religion News on Baltimore Mormons’ dedication of a fast for peace and safety in their city, following some criticism that the LDS had not responded enough to recent events: Particularly encouraging: The Facebook post about the stake fast […]
Update, 1:20 p.m. ET: The Reverend Malloy submitted this comment, posted below, recognizing the challenges of managing information in situations such as this: Some have speculated that the Seminary and, in particular, Dean Dunkle should have published this news before others did. I assure you that Dean Dunkle would have done just that, but we […]
Why does Paul clamp down on Christian non-compliance?