There seems to be a clear difference between the Pearl of Great Price and the Bible in terms of creation:
The Pearl of Great Price
And then the Lord said: Let us go down. And they went down at the beginning, and they, that is the Gods, organized and formed the heavens and the earth. - Abraham 4:1
In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. - Genesis 1:1
How does an LDS member interpret this distinction? Why does the Pearl of Great Price change from one God to multiple 'Gods'?
According to Biblical Hermeneutics, The Hebrew scripture implied a plural God ('Elohim') in singular context which in a Protestant/Catholic perspective would be perceived as the Triune God; How is this specific case interpreted from an LDS perspective? https://hermeneutics.stackexchange.com/questions/8331/why-is-elohim-translated-as-god-rather-than-gods-in-genesis-11
Moreover if Jesus created the world, in Genesis 1:31, the word 'he' is used as a singular alongside 'God saw all he made' while God remains as Elohim in Hebrew acting as a plural in a singular context. Can Elohim be used for both Jesus and The Father in the LDS church?
God saw all that he had made, and it was very good. And there was evening, and there was morning—the sixth day. - Genesis 1:31