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Jesus Christ Himself doesn't agree with your premise Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven. Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works?...


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What is the place when we gather on the Sabbath day, as we call it too as Church? What we call it is simply modern English usage, which tends to create lazy versions for commonly used long expressions. For instance: The "microwave" in our kitchens isn't a microwave, it is a "microwave oven". The "remote" on our couches isn't ...


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In every book of the bible the authors are concerned with law. God's law is a perfect law of liberty. This liberty is both spiritual and physical. The word Church is synonymous with Assembly and Congregation. These are assemblies of law, where the judges, elders, leaders, and priests come together to settle matters of law, to teach the law, and so on. ...


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The sense in which LDS believers “accept” others who self-identify as Christian needs to be examined. To do that, one needs to be clear about the LDS doctrine of the ‘levels’ of the Kingdom of God, and the reason why they say Jesus died. Once that is understood, it can be seen why LDS answers have said what they have by way of answering this question (which ...


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When most Christians say they "accept another denomination as Christian" it means that they recognize them as genuine followers of Jesus, saved and redeemed, part of the true Body of Christ. It's a statement that the other denomination is equal to them before Christ. They may still believe that their denomination has "more" truth, but ...


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the only true and living church upon the face of the whole earth1 Says something about organizations, and does not discount anyone as "not Christian". A Christian is someone who follows Jesus Christ. only: there is no other organization in which the authority, and the revelation, is found. This is not a judgement of individual people, or even ...


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The LDS have a slightly differing definition of Christian: Though the label “Christian” is often associated with particular creedal claims which the Church does not adopt, Latter-day Saints use it to express their belief in the divinity of Jesus Christ. Confusion sometimes arises over whether Latter-day Saints are Christians due to doctrinal differences ...


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