Tuesday, September 02, 2008
*Notes from the Top of the Morning staff:
Thanks for joining us this week after the terrible loss of Javier and Walfred Rabanales in the Guatemalan plane crash.
We hope we didn't start this week off with a far too geo-technical post. We know our readers. They're a pretty smart bunch. Borders touches lightly on the work of nearly thirty Book of Mormon scholars. We didn't do a lot of depth on any specific Book of Mormon location, but there is lots of width. Wasn't Alma the intrepid hiker/traveler/missionary? We hope you glean some introductory insights from Borders. We're sure we'll revist each of those locations in detail over the coming years.
We have a host of other posts coming at you this week including an enjoyable one titled Unsportsmanlike Rejoicing. And we're planning a video link update to the Borders post you won't want to miss. Also this week a bonus Promised Land post titled: Ancient Pottery Points to Christ. Next up is a post titled The Secret to Happiness.
And next week, taking a lead from this week's Secret to Happiness post, its another Promised Land series post titled Whose Image? where author David G. Woolley takes a look at this jade Mayan mask and how it may be related to Alma's question: Have ye received his image in your countenances? (Alma 5:14)
Until then, Top of the Morning to all.
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