Sunday, July 26, 2015

The Title of Liberty: "In the air" and On the Air and Through Cyberspace

In memory of our God, our religion, and freedom, and our peace, our wives, and our children

So reads Moroni's Title of Liberty, written on a rent piece of cloth and "fastened" "on the end of a pole" (Alma 46:12). Title recalls both Hebrew zikkaron (memorial sign or inscription) and, given the specific reference to a pole, tsiyyun (roadmark, signpost; see KJV 2 Kings 23:17).

Moroni waved the Title of Liberty "in the air, that all might see" (v. 19); we can broadcast religious freedom and family values on the air and through cyberspace.

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