A few days ago we posted a reminder about Interpreter’s audio podcast. We had a request to include our podcast in the Stitcher Radio directory.
We are pleased to announce that the Interpreter podcast is now available in the Stitcher directory. Stitcher Radio is a popular on-demand internet radio service that focuses on news and information radio and podcasts. It provides free online streaming through its website, and through through its mobile apps on iPhone/iPad, and Android.
You can access our podcast on Stitcher at this link, through the Stitcher app on your favorite mobile device (search for “interpreter”), or via the widget below.
On May 15, at 11 AM, Stephen Webb will lecture on his new publication from Oxford University Press, “Mormon Christianity: What Other Christians Can Learn from the Latter-day Saints.” The lecture will be in the Harold B. Lee Library auditorium on BYU’s campus.
We also announce a lecture by Stephen Webb on May 15, at 11 AM, also at the Library auditorium. Webb will speak about his new publication from Oxford University Press, “Mormon Christianity: What Other Christians Can Learn from the Latter-day Saints.”
The Academy for Temple Studies joins with BYU Studies to announce the second annual conference of the BYU New Testament Commentary. This conference will focus on the recently released commentaries on the Gospel of Luke and the Book of Revelation
It will be held May 14, 2014, 9 AM to 4 PM, at the Harold B. Lee Library auditorium at BYU.
Speakers will include S. Kent Brown, Eric Huntsman, Stephen Webb, Julie M. Smith, Lincoln Blumell, Philip Barlow, John Welch, Tod Harris, Brent Schmidt, Gaye Strathearn, Richard Draper, and Michael Rhodes.
For the full conference and lecture schedule and to reserve seats, go to byuntc.com
The Academy for Temple Studies announces the publication of Enoch and the Temple, an e-book with texts and videos that were presented in February 2013 at the Enoch and the Temple conference. It is available from Deseret Book e-books, Amazon kindle, and Barnes and Noble Nook.
The Church is launching a worldwide initiative today, Palm Sunday, that will run through this week, ending Easter Sunday, “focusing on the hope, healing, and salvation made possible through the Atonement of Jesus Christ.” The initiative is titled “Because of Him.”
A new website has been created exclusively for this at mormon.org/becauseofhim, which redirects to easter.mormon.org. A video has also been produced, which is embedded here below: