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Participatory Journalism: Bach, Beethoven, and the Book of Mormon
|Title||Participatory Journalism: Bach, Beethoven, and the Book of Mormon|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1983|
|Authors||Earl, Mary Hasler|
|Date Published||August 1983|
|Keywords||Analogy; Scripture Study|
Offering a simple analogy to motivate individuals to read the Book of Mormon, the author compares piano practice to scripture study. “Just as I have to learn new piano techniques, I must review the Book of Mormon and learn eternal techniques.”
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Participatory Journalism: Bach, Beethoven, and the Book of Mormon." New Era 13, no. 8 (1983): 10-11. "
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