Scripture Roundtable 157: Book of Mormon Gospel Doctrine Lesson 13, The Allegory of the Olive Trees

This is Scripture Roundtable 157 from The Interpreter Foundation, in which we discuss the Book of Mormon Gospel Doctrine Lesson #13, The Allegory of the Olive Trees, focusing on scriptures in Jacob 5-6, bringing in various insights to help us better understand the scriptures. These roundtables will generally follow the 2016 Gospel Doctrine schedule of scriptures, a few weeks ahead of time.

Panelists for this roundtable are Steven Densley, Kristine Frederickson, Martin Tanner, and Daniel Peterson.

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3 thoughts on “Scripture Roundtable 157: Book of Mormon Gospel Doctrine Lesson 13, The Allegory of the Olive Trees

  1. For Steven Densley in Roundtable #157–
    Can you please provide an exact page/reference for your comment from an article by Andrew Skinner about a tree exceeding its roots (when wisdom exceeds deeds). From an ancient Rabbi Eleazar ben Azaria. Thank you! Melissa Davis

  2. In the English translation of Josephus the word adieu is used in his chapter ” Life Of Flavius Josephus” ” I set down the genealogy of my family as I have found it described in the public records, and so bid adieu to those who calumniate me,” He wasn’t french either. To me that show perfectly what Dan was talking about at the end. There is a valid comparison.

  3. Great discussion but PLEASE ask participants to speak into the microphone. Much of sister Frederickson’s contribution was inaudible, especially when she looked down. Thank you.

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