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Chadwick is a professor of Ancient Scripture at Brigham Young University and has been involved in the archaeology of Israel. He served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Germany. He also studied at Tel Aviv University and Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Chadwick has a bachelors degree from Weber State University a masters degree from BYU and a Ph. Chadwick taught at LDS seminaries in Ogden and then at the LDS Institutes of Religion in Logan and Ogden.
Never did Joseph interpret the wording of Doctrine and Covenants 20:1 to suggest that April 6 should be regarded as the Savior’s birth date, although he said that it was “by the spirit of prophecy and revelation” that April 6 was pointed out to him as the precise day on which he “should proceed to organize” the Church of Jesus Christ in this dispensation.
Similarly, as far as I have been able to ascertain, Brigham Young, John Taylor, Wilford Woodruff, and Lorenzo Snow recorded no comments on the subject of Christ’s birth either.
One LDS apostle in the 1800s did offer a proposal for Jesus’s birth date that was different from the traditional Christian date of December 25. And the notion of Jesus having been born in the spring season was not uncommon among the Latter-day Saints in the late 1800s.
Elder Orson Pratt proposed the date of April 11 in the year 4 B. as the Savior’s birthday, based on his own calculation of the number of days between the signs of Jesus’s birth and death as described in the Book of Mormon. Roberts, however, felt that the passage in Doctrine and Covenants 20:1 did support the year 1 B. In a 1901 Christmas message from the First Presidency, President Anthon H.
After Hermann Schliemann unearthed magnificent gold artifacts in the 1870s at the Turkish site that he believed to be the location of ancient Troy, based on evidence in Homer's Iliad and Odyssey, scholars gained new respect for the value of Homer's grasp of history.
Modern archaeologists, excavating deeper, have found a series of cities built on top of each other, including a walled city which appears to have been destroyed by war, whose date corresponds to that of ancient Troy. C., is another civilization we have come to know from both legend and archaeology.
Gertrude Atherton, The Jealous Gods (1928), about Alcibiades of Athens.It seems clear from the different approaches presented in these three studies that there is no authoritative agreement or position on the issue of the birth date of Christ that must be regarded as binding on the membership of the Church.But in the last century, much new information has come to light about the New Testament, and new data from archeological and historical sources, combined with a reexamination of the scriptural accounts involved, suggest that the April 6 dating should be reconsidered.Novels of ancient history for young people are listed on the YA Ancient History page.Jump to: Ancient Greece Ancient Rome (includes the Etruscans and ancient Carthage) Roman Britain Ancient Ireland Arthurian Britain Ancient Egypt Biblical Times and Ancient Middle East The history of Ancient Greece stretches into prehistory, as myths and legends hint at what may have happened before the time of written history.
C., as well as the equally fascinating rebuttal from Lincoln H. Wayment, who explain why they believe the birth of Christ can't be narrowed to such a specific timeframe.