16 August 2022

What's new at the SAB

Anyone who has visited the blog in the last few years will have noticed that I haven't posted much here lately.

Sorry about that.

But I have a good excuse: I've been too busy at the site.

Over the last few years I have completely revised the Bible, Book of Mormon, and Quran at the SAB, fiinishing the Quran just a few days ago.

I've also started a page that I update daily, called What's new at the SAB.

Now I'm starting to annotate the Doctrine and Covenants, which is one of the three nonbiblical books in Mormon Scripture. (The others being the Book of Momon and the Pearl of Great Price.)

I'm finding the D&C lots of fun, and I welcome you to join me as I work my way though it. I'm not on the seventh of the 136 sections.

Here's a link to what I have so far on the D&C at the SAB.

20 January 2022

Why Douglas Wilson believes the Bible is the word of God

And if a man take a wife and her mother, it is wickedness: they shall be burnt with fire, both he and they; that there be no wickedness among you. Leviticus 20:14

Christ Church (Moscow, ID) and Leviticus 20:13

Douglas Wilson (@douglaswils) is the pastor of a Christ Church (@Christ_Kirk) in Moscow, Idaho. Since I live in that town, his views are important to me. He also has a wide following among Evangelical Christians in the United States and throughout the world. He believes that the laws of the Bible should be applied today, including those that require the execution of homosexuals, disobedient children, witches, and whoever refuses to obey biblical law. He also believes in slavery and has written books in its defense.

But he and his church don't talk about these things much anymore. So I thought I'd post some twitter conversations that I've had lately with Pastor Wilson and his followers.

A conversation with Douglas Wilson about Slavery and the Bible