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Dec
23
comment How does the LDS Church handle verses that imply there is no one like God?
@Narnian Haha, yes, I'm already on vacation. And the questions aren't bad... they just aren't discussed among Latter-day Saints much and tread close to the "speculation zone" which they try to avoid since LDS are very particular about true doctrine. But I think many Saints wonder on these things occasionally.
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23
revised How does the LDS Church handle verses that imply there is no one like God?
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23
revised How does the LDS Church handle verses that imply there is no one like God?
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23
answered How does the LDS Church handle verses that imply there is no one like God?
Dec
23
awarded  Revival
Dec
23
answered In what sense is Jesus understood to be “the only begotten son of God” in LDS teaching?
Dec
23
comment In what sense is Jesus understood to be “the only begotten son of God” in LDS teaching?
As I draft up an answer, see some related reading.
Dec
23
revised In what sense is Jesus understood to be “the only begotten son of God” in LDS teaching?
Link to scripture in context
Dec
23
comment In what sense is Jesus understood to be “the only begotten son of God” in LDS teaching?
This is a good question, but I want to make sure I understand how it's different from your answer over here? Would explaining how Christ is the only literal physical Son of God be a good way to answer?
Dec
23
revised In what sense is Jesus understood to be “the only begotten son of God” in LDS teaching?
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revised In what sense is Jesus understood to be “the only begotten son of God” in LDS teaching?
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Dec
23
comment Are the requirements for attaining godhood in LDS teaching the same or different for every world?
@Narnian It certainly doesn't hurt to ask, but perhaps understanding a more general fact about LDS doctrine will help you arrive at your own conclusion (teach the man how to fish, not just give him a fish, kind of thing): the account of Gods and worlds are not revealed to us here.
Dec
23
comment Are the requirements for attaining godhood in LDS teaching the same or different for every world?
Again, with most of your questions like this, the answer is: "We don't know" or "It hasn't been revealed."
Dec
23
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why isn't the Eucharist of protestant churches considered valid by non-protestants?
Dec
23
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Does “Mere Christianity” represent the core of Christian belief?
Dec
22
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What does it mean that someone managed to live beyond 120 years?
Dec
22
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Praying to people outside the Trinity
Dec
22
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How did the practice of soliciting the prayers of dead saints originate?
Dec
22
comment Why is God the Father referred to as “Eternal Father” in LDS writings when He is not believed to be eternal?
@Anonymous Don't fall for it -- That's not a Mormon site!
Dec
20
answered Are LDS members expected to contribute a certain amount of time as a full-time missionary?