Scripture Roundtable 173: Book of Mormon Gospel Doctrine Lesson 29, “Give Ear to My Words”

This is Scripture Roundtable 173 from The Interpreter Foundation, in which we discuss the Book of Mormon Gospel Doctrine Lesson #29, “Give Ear to My Words”, focusing on scriptures in Alma 36-39, 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 Martin Tanner, Daniel Peterson, and Bruce Webster.

This roundtable is also available as an audio podcast, and will be included in the podcast feed. You can listen by pressing the play button or download the podcast below:


3 thoughts on “Scripture Roundtable 173: Book of Mormon Gospel Doctrine Lesson 29, “Give Ear to My Words”

  1. Thank you very much for creating and posting these round table discussions. I have found them extremely helpful as I prepare for my Gospel Doctrine lessons. Because Christmas falls on a Sunday this year and we won’t be having Sunday School that day, our ward decided to double up lessons twice to cover them all before year’s end. I don’t know if there are other wards out there who’ve done the same thing, but if so we’re just barely ahead of you now. Thank you again for sharing your years of study and accummulated insights.

  2. Thanks so much for your shared insight and thoughts on this lesson material. It has been very helpful to me in preparing lessons and starting discussions in class. Thanks again!

  3. Another great discussion, and again greatly appreciated, by me as a Sunday School teacher, father, and grandfather.

    I am continually reminded as I prepare these lessons that no matter how many times one reads the scriptures the learning continues, and indeed ones memory is “enlarged”.

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