Wednesday, December 27, 2017


We have been asked to share this about the upcoming conference in Phoenix in March. Here is the link to all of the information:

Monday, December 25, 2017

Corrections to the new scriptures

We anticipate oopses, typos, and maybe an occasional LMAO in the new scriptures. We did our best to clean them, but we're human. We need your help in finding the problems before we produce the expensive, leather-bound versions.

Please send emails ONLY to DO NOT send notices using the contact form on

CRITICAL: Please include the word "correction" in the subject line of your email as that will route the email directly to the folder for that purpose and save us valuable time.

This effort will continue for at least 6 months from the publishing of TEACHINGS AND COMMANDMENTS so that many will have a chance to read all of the scriptures and report flaws.

We appreciate the help you all can offer. Once we are ready to print the expensive versions, the Amazon versions, PDFs, apps, and ebooks will also be updated.


THE NEW COVENANTS (The New Testament and Book of Mormon) is now available for purchase on Amazon! The other volumes will hopefully be completed by the conference in March in Phoenix. THE OLD COVENANTS (Vol. 1) will be done first, shortly followed by TEACHINGS AND COMMANDMENTS (Vol. 3). In the meantime, the Preview editions of those volumes will remain available on Amazon.

You can also download the PDF now from the SCRIPTURES box on the right.

We expect that the updated version of THE NEW COVENANTS (Vol. 2) will be available on within the next week.

The iPhone app for the scriptures is already available with older versions of the scriptures, but will have THE NEW COVENANTS about a week after it appears on

The Android app needs to be developed. We need anyone interested/skilled in developing such an app to contact us ASAP so we can get that effort coordinated. There are lots of us waiting and anxious for it.


Saturday, December 9, 2017

An Unexpected Revision

While working through the Gospels one more time, the following unexpected exchange happened:

Chris Hamill: "And a voice came from heaven which said, You are my beloved Son; in you I am well pleased." [from Luke - at Christ's baptism]

Because we understand that the italicized part is incorrect and should read, ...this day have I begotten you., should that be changed/corrected? It is pretty significant. But I also want to respect our mandate.

Denver: Unfortunately, I think we leave it alone, even though we know it is NOT correct.

Chris: Ok, thanks.

Half an hour later...

Denver: OK, that was my answer. Here is what the Lord would want done with that: (either)
"Thou art my son, this day have I begotten thee" OR
"You are my Son, this day I have begotten you"

Neither of them is supportable by any surviving version of the New Testament text. But it is in fact what the original written record upon which the New Testament was based once read.