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March 24th, 2022 | by The Maxwell Institute

Abide: Exodus 1-6

Exodus: a movement of the people. As we move into the second book of the Tanak, or Old Testament, we have more than a movement […]

March 18th, 2022 | by The Maxwell Institute

Abide: Genesis 42-50

Throughout the Old Testament we learn much about the relationships of tribes, clans, and family groups. We began discussing Israel’s family in the last episode, […]

March 10th, 2022 | by The Maxwell Institute

Genesis 37-41

The version of Joseph in Egypt I got growing up was shaped heavily by Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Despite the delightful music and […]

March 08th, 2022 | by The Maxwell Institute

Maxwell Institute Podcast #139: The Original Manuscript of the Book of Mormon, with Robin Scott Jensen

Volume 5 of the Revelations and Translations series from the Joseph Smith Papers Project presents all extant fragments of the original manuscript of the Book […]

March 03rd, 2022 | by The Maxwell Institute

Abide: Genesis 28-33

Readers of the Tanak or Old Testament see that The Lord marks Israel as a chosen people. Modern Latter-day Saints identify with being a “peculiar […]

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