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revised LDS belief about salvation in other worlds
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answered LDS belief about salvation in other worlds
Mar
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revised What is the LDS (Mormon) view of the necessity of Jesus death and resurrection?
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answered What is the LDS (Mormon) view of the necessity of Jesus death and resurrection?
Feb
14
accepted The Pope is resigning. How does a living pope confer his authority?
Feb
13
revised What does the LDS Church teach about Jesus being married, having children, and His position on polygamy?
A cannon's artillery
Feb
12
asked The Pope is resigning. How does a living pope confer his authority?
Feb
12
revised What does the LDS Church teach about Jesus being married, having children, and His position on polygamy?
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Feb
12
answered What does the LDS Church teach about Jesus being married, having children, and His position on polygamy?
Feb
8
reviewed Approve suggested edit on pentecostalism tag wiki
Feb
6
comment Does the LDS Church teach that murder is unforgivable?
I'm mobile right now but I will say that the killing referred to in D&C is murder. By extension it could also be any unlawful killing of another person, as determined by the laws of the land and a competent and fair justice system... murder is probably used as defined by God, not by codified laws of man....
Feb
6
reviewed Approve suggested edit on apocrypha tag wiki excerpt
Feb
6
reviewed Approve suggested edit on deuterocanonical-books tag wiki
Feb
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on deuterocanonical-books tag wiki excerpt
Feb
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on apocrypha tag wiki
Feb
5
comment Why do LDS use water and leavened bread in communion when the Jews used wine and unleavened bread?
The LDS might reply by suggesting that the clearness of the water equally represents the purity and sinlessness of Christ, and that the bread and water together represent the bread of life and the living water. Irregardless, with that revelation in Doctrine and Covenants, it "mattereth not" to their theology what is used.
Feb
5
comment Why do LDS use water and leavened bread in communion when the Jews used wine and unleavened bread?
Certainly, particularly the wording of various ordinances. Paul strove to impress that the Law of Moses was done away in Christ just as equally as he strove to enforce unity and uniformity among the congregations, condemning those who made unauthorized alterations to the services.
Feb
5
comment Why do LDS use water and leavened bread in communion when the Jews used wine and unleavened bread?
@Narnian God gave Jews the Mosaic Law to prepare them for a higher law, which is more liberal in its application. The principles haven't changed, but the application depends upon the circumstances.
Feb
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revised Why do LDS use water and leavened bread in communion when the Jews used wine and unleavened bread?
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comment Why do LDS use water and leavened bread in communion when the Jews used wine and unleavened bread?
♩♫ Hey, I beat Mason Wheeler! ♬♪ ... anyway, valid point, I'll edit that in. @Narnian I don't really know; there's nothing wrong with grape juice, but I suppose some members would potentially have medical needs that just makes water a simpler choice. In some LDS wards, a piece of bread has to be substituted by a corn tortilla for the gluten-intolerant.