Three things I’ve recently come across that are worthwhile in expanding our understanding of the gospel:
1. Nathan Richardson’s “structured editions” of the scriptures. The Book of Mormon draft needs work, but it’s a great start. The Pearl of Great Price format is excellent. The other resources on his site are worth checking out, too.
2. Steven Reed’s “Through the Veil,” a list of scripture quotes designed to illuminate the temple experience. Very thoughtfully done, but plenty more citations could be added (where’s Deuteronomy 22:12?) Like Richardson’s, his site has tons of useful goodies on it, including my 15-verse summary of the Book of Mormon.
3. Interpreter’s “Temple On Mount Zion Conference.” I can’t believe this is a year old and I’m only now watching these talks. They’re amazing. The ones on Job, the ark, and Latter-day houses of the Lord are especially recommended.