A Church News editorial dated January l, 1994, made the bold pronouncement that “the Old Testament has probably influenced the world of Judeo-Christian history and literature more than any other book ever written.” The editorial went on to say that the basis of this claim was the fact that this great book of ancient scripture “contains the stories and traditions and truths that generations of parents have handed down to their children (more…)
Because the Gospel Doctrine class during 2015 is studying the New Testament, this page will also feature the New Testament.
(I regret that I do not have a book of New Testament stories that I can refer you to, but for those seeking more information about my book of Old Testament stories, How Often Would I Have Gathered You, you may click here.)
How Often Would I Have Gathered You is no ordinary book of Bible stories. It contains 229 delightful Old Testament stories, written especially for adults and young adults. These great Old Testament stories are told in chronological sequence—to the extent possible—and take the reader on a meaningful and exciting journey through the Old Testament–beginning with the Grand Council (as told in the Pearl of Great Price) and concluding after the return of the Jews from their Babylonian captivity. (more…)