So I had a great idea for a post that had been stewing for a long time. (In fact, it had been so long it took me about 20 minutes to unbury and find my notes.) It was about the martial legacy of Gideon in the Book of Mormon. But I realized I had been wasting far too much time on a discussion board in rather pointless arguments with critics. So I decided to try a little experiment. I wondered how much more productive I could be if I focused on the most important things first. So I ignored that discussion board and a few hours, 10 pages, and 3,000 words later I had something much longer than a blog post. It turned out so well I'm now polishing "Gideon's Legacy" for submission as a journal article.
As a result though, I didn't have the blog post I had intended. I did however, find an excellent post about Sunzi and the translation of the Book of Mormon. Since I'm familiar with and published about both texts I thought he made some very interesting points. I hope you enjoy his thoughts and thanks for visiting.
Thursday, August 29, 2013
Sun-Tzu, The Book of Mormon, and Translation
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With all that focus next thing you know you'll be catching flies with chopsticks! Congratulations on another article in the final stages!
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