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Nazareth held the Roman garrison for the northern areas of Galilee. The gospel says rhetorically, "can anything good come out of there?" The village of Nazareth has little to do with the vow of a Nazarite (Numbers 6.1-21). The Talmud asks why the vow of a Nazir is juxtaposed (in the Torah) to the woman suspected of adultry (a Sotah) Numbers 5.11-31. Perhaps, ...


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Put it this way, the art doesn't make the artist a prophet, however the prophet can make the art Prophetic. The only example that I know of is this one from Ezekiel 4 1-3 KJV 1 You also, son of man, take you a tile, and lay it before you, and portray on it the city, even Jerusalem: 2 And lay siege against it, and build a fort against it, and cast a ...


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Essentially, yes. Current revelation can be more relevant Though God himself is the same yesterday, today, and forever. (Hebrews 13:8, 1 Nephi 10:18), man and his circumstances do change. President Brigham Young was asked to speak on this topic. Brother Brigham took the stand, and he took the Bible, and laid it down; he took the Book of Mormon, and ...


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First of all, the title doesn't really match the question body. I suppose what you mean is something along the lines "God commanded X earlier, now he wants you to do Z instead."?! There are multiple mentions of revoking an earlier command in D&C, for example: D&C 58:31-33 31 Who am I, saith the Lord, that have promised and have not fulfilled? ...



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