Apostles on Trial

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On 8 November 2012 the Mormon Chronicle held it’s 1st Semi-regular get together at Porters Place in Lehi, UT. This is the audio of that event.  Please excuse large amount of background noise, as it could not be avoided considering the venue. Our speakers were Mormon Chronicle contributor Scott Stover, and Lawyer, Author and Mormon Chronicle contributor Drew Briney.

Scott discusses his journey into the Church, and his growth in understanding Gospel principles since then and ways that we can all grow in the Gospel as we turn to the Savior. (Coming Soon!)

Drew discusses the topics of his podcast, An Objective Approach to Adam-God Teachings, as well as his new book, Apostles on Trial, which can be purchased at Benchmark Books in Salt Lake City, UT or Confetti Books in Spanish Fork, UT or online at their websites. You can follow Drew’s publishing company on Facebook at facebook.com/HindsightPublications

A review of Apostles on Trial by the “Association for Mormon Letters” can be found here

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5 Responses to Apostles on Trial

  1. I am interested in your information.

  2. Beverly says:

    Excellent. Much was new to me, but the open and positive way in which it was discussed was refreshing and encouraging. Looking forward to more.

  3. jpv says:

    Is part 1 posted elsewhere?

  4. Jacob Meyers says:

    That was FUN! Thanks Drew, Ezra, and Brian for putting that together. I know this was done in 2012 but does Ezra still have hard copies of Adam-God teachings?

  5. Jacob Meyers says:

    What about part one?

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