Created in the “Image and Likeness of God”: Apprentices in the Master’s Workshop
Likeness of God, Image of God, Heavenly Father, Master's Workshop
Brother Hugh Nibley, one of the great teachers at Brigham Young University, used to say our lives are like going to a Broadway play. Arriving late, we miss the opening—and, leaving early, we miss the ending. To complicate matters, instead of being spectators when we arrive at the play, someone pushes us onstage and we hear a voice saying, “Do something intelligent.” His point was that in order to “do something intelligent” with our lives on stage, we need to know the beginning and the ending of the play—and we only get that information through revelation.
Original Publication Citation
“Created in the Image and Likeness of God: Apprentices in the Master’s Workshop.” Religious Educator 14.2 (2013): 28-41.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Seely, David R. and Seely, Joann H., "Created in the “Image and Likeness of God”: Apprentices in the Master’s Workshop" (2013). Faculty Publications. 3638.
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