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Descending Like a Dove

I wasn’t quite happy with To Fulfill All Righteousness and decided to do a new version:

Name and Blessing
A reference to the baptism of Christ. Painted in Procreate Pocket, textured in Photoshop.

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Emblems

Emblems
A reference to the sacrament. The square represents the bread and the body of Christ; the circle represents the water/wine and the blood of Christ. Painted in Procreate Pocket, textured in Photoshop.

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First Vision IX

First Vision IX
Painted in Procreate Pocket, textured in Photoshop.

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First Vision VIII

First Vision VIII
Made in Illustrator, textured in Photoshop.

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President Eyring has an exhibit of watercolor paintings opening tomorrow at the Church History Museum. (I don’t think I knew that he painted, but I really like his work.)


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On Muslims at BYU, from The Christian Science Monitor:

Like Islam, the LDS Church has at times been one of the most popularly reviled religions in America—with early criticisms of founder Joseph Smith, in fact, comparing him to Muhammad, and not as a compliment. Today, that legacy has informed a quiet but firm defense of religious freedom, particularly for Muslims in the United States.


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Book of Mormon reader’s edition 3.0

After far too long, the re-typeset print edition of the Book of Mormon reader’s edition is now available. You can download the PDF or purchase a perfect-bound paperback via Lulu.

There’s also a new spiral-bound wide margin edition. It’s basically the reparagraphed text of the reader’s edition in the wide margin style of the study edition.

Print editions of the D&C reader’s edition, the Pearl of Great Price reader’s edition, and Words of the Prophets are all still forthcoming. (I’m hoping to get to them soon.)

(Note: the EPUB and Kindle editions are still at version 2.1 since nothing changed.)


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