The Ancient Paths is the television ministry of Christ Presbyterian Church in Salt Lake City, Utah (a congregation of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church.) The program airs every Wednesday night at 8:00pm MST on KTMW-TV20 (a channel that covers all of Utah and parts of the surrounding states).

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

The Ancient Paths - Episode 30: Interview with Alma Allred on the Mormon Conception of Scripture

This is the thirtieth episode of the Ancient Paths television program, hosted by Pastor Jason Wallace. In this episode Pastor Wallace interviews long time guest and member of the LDS church Alma Allred. They discuss the LDS conception of scripture and how it compares to a Christian understanding of the scriptures. The program airs on Wednesday nights at 8:00pm on KTMW-TV20, a station that is available in Utah and parts of surrounding states. The program is hosted by Christ Presbyterian Church of Salt Lake City. This episode aired on 07/30/08.


pitcher said...

Hi Jason,

Just watched episode 30. Maybe next time you have Alma Allred on you could discuss God the Father having a body. I have read most of the Bible and have never found anything about God having a body.
Also, I love the show entrance song. What is the name of the song?

theancientpaths said...

Thank you for your interest in our program! We will definitely consider discussing the LDS conception of their god having a body. You are very right in your assertion that the Bible never teaches anything about God having a body (quite the contrary!).

The song that plays during the show intro is a rendition of psalm 80 set to the Welsh tune "Bryn Calfaria". The Book of Psalms was almost exclusively sung in churches up until the last few hundred years when popular hymns took over. I'm glad that you can appreciate the depth and beauty of the psalms.

If you are interested in acquiring a copy for yourself, the particular CD this came off of is called "Psalms of the Trinity Psalter - Volume 1" by the Scottish Festival Singers. I'm sure you can find it on Also, has many resources, such as psalters (which are like hymnals of the book of psalms set to music for public worship; our congregation uses the "Book of Psalms for Singing" which has the version of psalm 80 that you like) as well as music CD's.

Again, thanks for watching!