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Dec
27
revised lds wiki description
Crisper logo from Wikipedia; added links and a few points
Dec
27
revised lds wiki excerpt
Crisper logo from Wikipedia; added links and a few points
Dec
27
suggested suggested edit on lds tag wiki
Dec
27
suggested suggested edit on lds tag wiki excerpt
Dec
27
comment Where did the dates at the bottom of the pages in the Book of Mormon come from?
Just as a side-note to keep this question current: the approximate dates are now printed in chapter headings instead of in the bottom corner of pages.
Dec
27
revised Into how many languages has the Book of Mormon been translated?
Word fix
Dec
27
comment Why did God create the idea of opposites?
Can we salvage this question by focusing it a bit, about the spiritual necessity for opposing forces or concepts, perhaps, without being a duplicate?
Dec
27
revised Is there any biblical basis for believing in the Book of Mormon?
Revised first paragraph
Dec
27
comment Is there any biblical basis for believing in the Book of Mormon?
+1 for a remarkably fair, Christian answer. Christ would often answer difficult questions with rhetorical questions, and this answer does similarly by inviting one to personally examine and be his own judge.
Dec
27
comment Is there a respectful way to dispose of old or worn out scriptures?
@Narnian For some books, that'll definitely be good. And again, and I'll emphasize what my question says, donating isn't always appropriate because of my personal notes in them, or my name engraved, etc. I can digitize the notes/markings to preserve them, but keeping the whole set of scriptures can get unwieldy, especially when moving...
Dec
26
revised Is there a respectful way to dispose of old or worn out scriptures?
added 37 characters in body
Dec
26
comment What is a mission trip?
Good question. And "mission trip" is not to be confused with "mission" (which is what Mormon missionaries go on for 18-24 months, for example).
Dec
25
comment Does Revelation 22:19 apply to the whole Biblical canon or only the Book of Revelation?
Hm, that auto comment is interesting. This isn't exactly a duplicate but at least be pointed to that question as Mormons certainly have had to explain that verse.
Dec
25
comment Does Revelation 22:19 apply to the whole Biblical canon or only the Book of Revelation?
possible duplicate of How do Mormons view the warning in Revelation about adding to the book?
Dec
25
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
25
accepted Is there a respectful way to dispose of old or worn out scriptures?
Dec
24
comment How does the LDS Church handle verses that imply there is no one like God?
@Jeff Probably for the same reasons that parents say "Because I said so" is why God makes no other gods our concern: because He said so.
Dec
24
comment Is there a respectful way to dispose of old or worn out scriptures?
+1 for prisons (and implicitly, hospitals) -- as Christ went to the captive and the sick to free them and heal them.
Dec
24
comment Is there a respectful way to dispose of old or worn out scriptures?
I'll upvote it because it's definitely a good idea, and wholly Christian. My only concern is that my personal notes and markings are in some of these... but for the unmarked ones, definitely!
Dec
24
revised Is there a respectful way to dispose of old or worn out scriptures?
Maybe not burning would be preferable...