That's a nice looking site. do you mind if I link to it from mine? It'll be a
while -- probably a couple of weeks before I update my site, but I'm always
collecting links like this.

I've got two websites: The LDS Atlas of the World at,
but the one I'd include your link in is which has
4 sections: 1. science and religion 2. scriptural studies 3. apologetics 4.
miscellaneous. If you go to the apologetics site and go almost all the way to the
bottom you'll see a list of links, and that's where I'd like to include your URL
if that's alright with you.

Paul Osborne wrote:

> On Mon, 30 Sep 2002 08:41:57 -0600 "Marc A. Schindler"
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Oh, I forgot to add. If you're interested in what's happened in the
> > 27 years
> > since the Joseph Smith Papyri: an Egyptian Endowment was published,
> > try
> > a piece of scholarship which
> > is, imo, all
> > the more remarkable because it was written in two weeks by an
> > amateur* (the speed
> > pressure was because FAIR wanted to have something to hand out to
> > people who came
> > to see the anti-Book of Abraham video). Kerry Shirts is working on
> > an even more
> > technical response but that won't be ready for a few weeks yet.
> >
> > *I am not using the word "amateur" in the pejorative sense, but in
> > the sense of
> > someone whose vocation is not in that field, but who has studied
> > enough to be
> > considered a scholar in the field. As we have no professional
> > theologians (and
> > don't want any, thank you very much -- they just end up competing
> > with legitimate
> > priesthood authority like a few BYU religion profs I could name)
> > amateur scholars
> > is what we're going to get. They're humble enough to submit to
> > Church authority
> > but committed enough to master their field and give the anti-Mormon
> > professionals
> > a run for their money.
> Thanks for the URL. You are welcome to check out my URL if you like. I
> have spent many years studying the controversies surrounding the mystery
> of the Joseph Smith papyri and provide simple, clean, and easy to
> understand answers.
> Paul O
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