Talk:1 Ne 10:17-22

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Rob, see my change on mysteries of God. Of course, feel free to revise further. --Matthew Faulconer 05:49, 12 Nov 2005 (UTC)

All, what do you think about putting links to other scriptures that use the same but fairly uncommon phrase that isn't straight forward--as in this case--one eternal round. Do you all think it makes sense to embed these in each of the lexical notes for the verses where the phrase occurs? each of the related links where the phrase occurs? create a separate sub-user page or something and then link from the related links section of each verse to that page? or do something else all together?

I started doing the first one here but it seems like it is the kind of thing we want to be consistent on.

--Matthew Faulconer 05:02, 16 Nov 2005 (UTC)

A few examples:

  • 2 Ne 25:16-20 : sort of a compromise. Short explanation and links in the related links section, more info on the user sub-page.
  • Enos 1:6-10 : complete quotations for related links are embedded in the lexical notes.
  • 1 Ne 10:16-22 : short explanation and links in the lexical notes section

--Matthew Faulconer 13:36, 16 Nov 2005 (UTC)

I prefer the way it is done in 1 Ne 10:16-22 the best. If more explanation is needed, it could go in the exegesis section. --Eric 14:33, 16 Nov 2005 (UTC)
I agree with Eric, I prefer seeing the comments and links in the lexical notes section like in 1 Ne 10:16-22. I think if the text of the verses are displayed, they should be put on a user page like in 2 Ne 25:16-20 (unless there are only one or two different usages that are being compared or contrasted). So I think 2 Ne 25:16-20 should simply be moved to the lexical notes section, and Enos 1:6-10 should have the full text of the verses moved to a user subpage. --RobertC 12:19, 17 Nov 2005 (UTC)

and to be recalled[edit]

Joe, what did you mean by the phrase "and to be recalled"? --Matthew Faulconer 03:12, 29 Jun 2006 (UTC)