Scripture Roundtable 79: Old Testament Gospel Doctrine Lesson 29, “He Took Up … the Mantle of Elijah”

This is Scripture Roundtable 79 from The Interpreter Foundation, in which we discuss the Old Testament Gospel Doctrine Lesson #29, “He Took Up … the Mantle of Elijah,” focusing on scriptures in 2 Kings 2, and 5-6, bringing in various insights to help us better understand the scriptures. These roundtables will generally follow the 2014 Gospel Doctrine schedule of scriptures, a few weeks ahead of time.

Panelists for this roundtable are Mike Parker, Ben McGuire, Daniel Peterson, and Bruce Webster.

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2 thoughts on “Scripture Roundtable 79: Old Testament Gospel Doctrine Lesson 29, “He Took Up … the Mantle of Elijah”

  1. Just want to thank you guys again–I really enjoyed this one. I do have a question though….

    Why is it that Dan’s glasses do not reflect the monitor screen he is looking at, as does the glasses of Ben, Bruce and, to a lesser degree, Mike?

    I can almost read what Ben is looking at. It looks like…ah…yes…I thought so, its Solitaire. (-:

  2. From the journal of Wilford Woodruff: “We started about sunrise and crossed a thirty-mile prairie, apparently as level as a house floor, without shrub or water. We arrived at timber about two o’clock in the afternoon. As we approached the timber a large black bear came out towards us. We were not afraid of him, for we were on the Lord’s business, and had not mocked God’s prophets as did the forty-two wicked children who said to Elisha, ‘Go up thou bald head,’ for which they were torn by bears. When the bear got within eight rods of us he sat on his haunches and looked at us a moment, and then ran away; and we went on our way rejoicing.”

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