On the Mormon Vision of Language: God’s Works and God’s Words

In this week’s video, I turn to the Pearl of Great Price and explore the interaction between God and Moses as narrated in the first chapter of Moses. I focus specifically on what the narrative suggests about God’s use of language.


(The audio only version. A direct link to the audio file.)

(All posts in this series. // All audio files from this series.)

6 thoughts on “On the Mormon Vision of Language: God’s Works and God’s Words”

  1. Tyler:

    How difficult would it be to podcast these? Don’t do it only on my account, but I’m much more likely to listen to a podcast than play a youtube video because then I can listen while in transit.

  2. Great idea, Wm. I don’t know why I didn’t think of podcasting just the audio. In your opinion, what’s the best way to offer the podcast feed?

  3. I’m afraid that I don’t know much about the process — I just use the Downcast app on my phone. My sister Katherine might be helpful for this. She just launched the Mormon Artist podcast.

  4. .

    It’s a fair point. They’re not all that visually exciting….

    Though I’ll admit I’m more likely to listen to videos than audio files. For some reason.

  5. I was wondering about Podbean when I checked out Gumshoes, Luisa.

    And fair point, Th.: the videos are pretty visually-boring. I suppose I could spice them up a bit, but they get the job done for now.

    Per your thoughts, Wm.: I’ve added audio files to each previous post and will post audio files with each post from now on. I may create an actual podcast feed of the series sometime, but for now I’ll start sharing the audio files as I go. Thanks for the suggestion.

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