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Jan
16
comment How do restorationist Christian churches cooperate with mainstream Christian churches?
This is the start of what could be a great answer. Could you expand on this idea/train of thought and maybe add some citations?
Jan
16
comment What does the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints teach about who Jesus is and where He came from?
@laovultai If you can form your comment into a specific, objective question which has actual answers (as opposed to opinions), feel free to post a question and contribute. (For non-Q&A discussion, try the chat instead.)
Jan
16
revised How do restorationist Christian churches cooperate with mainstream Christian churches?
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Jan
16
asked How do restorationist Christian churches cooperate with mainstream Christian churches?
Jan
15
revised Monotheistic, but multi-instantiated?
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Jan
15
revised Does the New Testament have any mention of Kolob and if not, how come?
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Jan
15
answered Mormonism or LDS?
Jan
15
comment Does the New Testament have any mention of Kolob and if not, how come?
@rpeg I suppose I'm implicitly comparing the direct relevance to our salvation of the doctrine contained in the New Testament to that of the less-directly-relevant topic of Kolob, which I think we all agree a priori, is one of the deeper mysteries of God. Perhaps I can revise my paragraph to make that comparison more clear.
Jan
15
comment Since Mormonism allows for humans to become gods in the afterlife, does this mean it is polytheistic?
That makes sense, since most active Latter-day Saints would probably be startled by the idea of "getting your own planet" and only the men having that option. I think the topic you're looking for is exaltation. Hope that helps.
Jan
15
comment Since Mormonism allows for humans to become gods in the afterlife, does this mean it is polytheistic?
And aside, becoming "a god of their own planet (only men though)" is all wrong. Where have you been doing your research? Do you have a valid LDS citation for that?
Jan
15
revised In the LDS Church, who decides where to place new Churches, and how?
Just some formatting
Jan
15
comment Does the New Testament have any mention of Kolob and if not, how come?
@curiousdannii I see what you mean. I think its lack of mention goes both ways, depending on what you want to validate. I tried to show that in my answer below.
Jan
15
answered Does the New Testament have any mention of Kolob and if not, how come?
Jan
15
comment Does the New Testament have any mention of Kolob and if not, how come?
@curiousdannii There's lots of things that exist that aren't mentioned in the Bible.
Jan
15
comment Does the New Testament have any mention of Kolob and if not, how come?
@curiousdannii I don't think that has anything to do with the question, though...
Jan
15
revised Does the New Testament have any mention of Kolob and if not, how come?
Thrown is some sort of past-tense "throw" ;)
Jan
13
reviewed Approve Who tells us that the whole Bible is inspired?
Jan
13
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Jan
13
comment Which Mormon doctrines does the Bible accually teach against?
@Nelson Hm, I understand now the context of your question, but it's still borderline opinion-based. Note that a very similar, in fact, nearly duplicate, question was asked over two years ago and was closed and locked: What are the main points of Mormons' teaching that this group of people consider contradictory to the Bible? -- So even if this question isn't opinion-based, it's been asked before I think. (But I don't blame you for not having seen it.)
Jan
13
comment Has the gospel been “preached to all nations”?
@77Clash That's not how this site works. You up-vote answers that are correct, thorough, sourced with reliable citations, and which actually answer the question being asked, even if you don't agree with them.