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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 Why isn't the Eucharist of protestant churches considered valid by non-protestants?
Dec
23
reviewed Approve Does “Mere Christianity” represent the core of Christian belief?
Dec
22
reviewed Approve What does it mean that someone managed to live beyond 120 years?
Dec
22
reviewed Approve Praying to people outside the Trinity
Dec
22
reviewed Approve 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?
Dec
19
answered Why is the Son of God called the Eternal Father in the book of Alma?
Dec
18
comment According to the LDS church, why was Jesus Christ born when he was born?
@JustinY If your question is truly geared toward the LDS perspective, the term "meridian of time" is more than acceptable, since the term was coined in the Book of Moses.
Dec
18
comment According to the LDS church, why was Jesus Christ born when he was born?
These are interesting facts and research, props for doing it. But I do not think it answers the question as it does not really represent the LDS perspective.
Dec
17
revised What Biblical justifications are used for having separate denominations?
Made question consistent
Dec
16
revised What Biblical justifications are used for having separate denominations?
Might as well fix up some spelling
Dec
16
comment How does the relationship compare between earthly children and spiritual children in LDS theology?
That word is more common in LDS theology, so it's definitely better. Just realize that, in LDS scriptures (Moses 1:35), God gave even Moses only a vision of the inhabitants of this world, so most remarks on other worlds are mere speculation, not doctrine.
Dec
16
comment How does the relationship compare between earthly children and spiritual children in LDS theology?
"For their own planet" is a foreign concept to Mormons. Planets, in general, are not really well understood in Mormon doctrine, so maybe try to abstract your questions away from "planets."
Dec
15
comment According to the LDS church, why was Jesus Christ born when he was born?
+1 great question. The symbolism is striking. Interesting that Christ was born prophetically "in the meridian of time." What of a Savior who was not born central to time and all creation?
Dec
15
comment What is the Book of Mormon story of Christmas?
See: The Book of Mormon Story of Christmas
Dec
15
asked What is the Book of Mormon story of Christmas?
Dec
15
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