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Does LDS teaching hold to a multi-universe theory or an infinite universe theory in order to account for the doctrine of eternal progression?

I saw your query today as I was sitting through the Primary program in Sacrament meeting. Other LDS will understand this. 😇 I was searching Google hits on the query [mormon string theory] and your ...
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What is the biblical basis for traditional family values?

The first mention of marriage, Genesis 2:24, describes it as a man leaving his parents and being united to his wife. In passages that contain instructions regarding marriage, such as 1 Corinthians 7:2–...
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Do marriages have their own guardian angel?

Do marriages have their own guardian angel? The short answer seems to be no. There is nothing in the Church’s tradition nor in the Scriptures that would indicate that. The general tradition of the ...
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Do marriages have their own guardian angel?

In the strict sense, my answer would be no, the are no guardian angels guarding "marriage", per se. ("Marriage", meaning the institution of marriage, which is an abstract concept, ...
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Does God punish people for their ancestors' sins or not?

The consequences of one's sins can affect one's children, grandchildren, etc., but that doesn't mean that God is directly punishing them. I recently talked with someone that casually commented that ...
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Does LDS teaching hold to a multi-universe theory or an infinite universe theory in order to account for the doctrine of eternal progression?

I note that Mark and Dougvj's answers contain a lot of educated speculation. That's fine! None of the proposed theories are inherently contradicted, as far as I can tell, by revealed doctrine. It ...
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