Weekly Deep Dive

--- Jason Lloyd and Nate Pyfer ---

The Weekly Deep Dive is hosted by Jason Lloyd and Nate Pyfer and focuses on the Come Follow Me discussions from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Jason and Nate strive to bring a unique perspective to the discussion and talking points that are not traditionally part of the material to supplement the various discussions throughout the year. The views presented in the podcast are not endorsed nor sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
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Latest Episodes…

  1. D&C 84

    This dive through D&C 84 starts off asking the question, “how can God call a man who killed someone to be his prophet and law giver?” In addition, Moses and Nephi seem to follow parallel paths. Next, Jason and Nate examine the lineage of the priesthood. Unlike the line of ...


  2. D&C 81 - 83

    Before diving into D&C 81 – 83, Jason revisits the Testament of Adam. This is in reference to D&C 76 where God states that he will make men Gods. After that walk-through, Jason and Nate take us to section 81. Here we see an example of a talent taken from ...


  3. D&C 77 - 80

    In this dive in to D&C 77 – 80, Jason and Nate answer the all important question, are there dinosaurs in Heaven? The discussion starts off breaking down the significance of Joseph Smith’s questions and answers he had while translating the book of Revelation in the Bible. First, they look ...


  4. D&C 76

    In D&C 76, Jason and Nate explore the meaning of the word Telestial. They talk about the doings of the Lord. They explore the meaning behind multiple eternities. Jason walks us through a mathematical approach to God and man with the symbolism of an asymptote. Next, they examine the fall ...


  5. D&C 71 - 75

    In this weeks deep dive of D&C 71 – 75, Jason and ‘Titanium’ Nate take us on a tour of late 1831 and early 1832. From a church history perspective, D&C 71 – 75 is based around the translation of the Bible. First, Ezra Booth writes a series of letters ...