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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...
Dec
24
asked Is there a respectful way to dispose of old or worn out scriptures?
Dec
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is the register where the first marriage was registered still available?
Dec
24
comment According to LDS teaching, was Adam the first man created in all the worlds or just this one?
@Jeff But this does: D&C 76:24
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.
Dec
23
revised How does the LDS Church handle verses that imply there is no one like God?
re-arranged answer
Dec
23
revised How does the LDS Church handle verses that imply there is no one like God?
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Dec
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?