Blog Tour: The Old Testament Explained

Join returning author, Dan Barker as he hosts a blog tour for his new book, The Old Testament Explained, from December 1–31.

Don’t let the Old Testament intimidate you! Modern revelation has provided the tools we need to understand and apply this timeless scripture. By citing prophetic revelation, Dan Barker helps you reach past strange customs and difficult descriptions to feel the power of the promises in the Old Testament. This indispensible study guide will change the way you feel about this important book of scripture.

If you are interested in joining the blog tour, please leave a comment with the date you’d like to post or contact Cedar Fort via email.

Old Testament Explained blog tour

Meet the Author:

Born in Kalispell, Montana, Dan enjoyed a farmer’s life until he was four when his parents moved to Calgary, Alberta, and made a city slicker out of him. Dan had the privilege of spending the “best two years” of his life
in the Massachusetts Boston Mission. He currently serves as the second assistant in his high priest group. (However, he occasionally skips Sunday School to be with Kate and play with the kids in the nursery.)
Dan and Kate married thirty-two years ago in the Cardston Alberta Temple and have six great children and soon-to-be fifteen grandchildren. He never forgot his country roots. Always wishing for the outdoors, Dan graduated from Utah State University with a bachelor of science and enjoyed a brief career in forestry. He is now currently employed with
Nestles. Barker is the author of Leaders, Managers, and Blue Collar Perceptions; Unique Stories & Facts from LDS History; Mormon History 101; and Little- Known Stories about the Doctrine and Covenants.

The Old Testamnet Explained Blog Tour Schedule

Week One

  • Dec 1 –
  • Dec 2 –
  • Dec 3 –
  • Dec 4 –
  • Dec 5 –
  • Dec 6 –
  • Dec 7 –

Week Two

Week Three

Week Four

Week Five

One thought on “Blog Tour: The Old Testament Explained

  • November 19, 2013 at 2:28 pm
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    December 20th would be a good time for us to participate in this tour.

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