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Nov
18
awarded  Yearling
Nov
16
asked Why is “in the name of Jesus Christ” usually used at the end?
Oct
24
comment Why did God create man with an evil nature?
This is a good answer, and I'm probably nit-picking, but when you say that nudity is a "bad thing" and "wrong," I think this is the philosophy that confuses youth about their bodies and sexuality as they grow up. (Ask any artist who does figure drawing.) Maybe we could soften that language to something about how clothing is respectful to our bodies and others.
Oct
24
comment Why did God create man with an evil nature?
Specifics depends on the denomination. God endowed man with the power to choose. As Narnian said, mankind chose rebellion. Ability to choose rebellion doesn't mean it will be chosen (cf. the life of Jesus Christ). People in heaven may be able to choose evil, but they won't want to. We say Jesus didn't have in Him the capacity to sin because He would never choose to, even though He had the ability to. But that is another topic.
Oct
17
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
11
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
4
comment What does it mean that Eve was beguiled?
@DavidStratton Are there any Christian denominations with at least some understanding of this then?
Oct
4
comment What does it mean that Eve was beguiled?
+1, because how did she already know she was beguiled? I've always wondered this.
Sep
30
comment What are the differences between Mormonism and Islam, and how do Mormons react to comparisons with it?
+1 for a thorough, interesting question. Just one comment about the quoted claim. To me, that's like knowing that a Camry has two axels, a steering wheel, headlights, and doors, then comparing it to a Ford truck, saying: "They both have two axels, a steering wheel, headlights, and doors, so they must both be the exact same type of vehicle!"
Aug
26
revised Do Latter-day Saints believe Muhammad is a prophet?
Removed answer to other question which is no longer part of the question
Aug
26
comment Do Latter-day Saints believe Muhammad is a prophet?
Thanks @Flimzy. When that's done, I'll splice my answer for that question into the new one.
Aug
24
comment What is the archaeological evidence in support of the Book of Mormon?
Here's a relevant article: lds.org/ensign/2000/01/mounting-evidence-for-the-book-of-mormon
Aug
24
revised Do Latter-day Saints believe Muhammad is a prophet?
More specific question title
Aug
24
answered Do Latter-day Saints believe Muhammad is a prophet?
Aug
24
comment Do Latter-day Saints believe Muhammad is a prophet?
Could you split your question into two? They're very different topics.
Aug
23
comment What are the various eternal destinies or after lives that are possible in LDS Mormon Doctrine?
Once again, Mason, you've outdone yourself. Excellent answer, and well-cited.
Aug
20
comment St. Thomas Aquinas' contingency proof and LDS cosmology
I don't have sources for right now, but the answer would simply be something like: "That hasn't been revealed, and our minds can't comprehend it anyway."
Aug
18
comment Can you give example about prophecies that have and haven't been fulfilled?
Be advised that several prophecies are types and have dual fulfillment.
Aug
18
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What part of the scripture is Jesus citing?
Aug
18
answered Is this a mistake in The Book of Mormon?