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Right now, yes, the LDS church absolutely believes that Jehovah is a name exclusively used for Jesus Christ in the Old Testament. This answer will be long though because of how the LDS church's view of revelation effects what is canon in our religion. Essentially what we believe comes from God to the prophets and apostles and stays there until a later ...


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From what I can gather from the official LDS website links here, they say Jesus was the God Jehovah in his pre-mortal existence, so that Jehovah incarnated in human form as Jesus. This is what they believe about Jesus: https://www.lds.org/scriptures/gs/god-godhead?lang=eng&letter=g Father in Heaven: The Father of the spirits of all mankind. Jesus ...


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If we read the same passage (Isaiah 9:6) in different translations, for instances KJV, WEB, AMP, ASV, they all have «(The) Prince of Peace». Then, we can read in Revelations 1:5 [KJV] And from Jesus Christ, who is the faithful witness, and the first begotten of the dead, and the prince of the kings of the earth Jesus here is also being introduced as ...


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