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LDS: Have Courage to Leave and Follow Truth

14 August

Ensign (CR), May 1977, p.21 “We know that all truth does emanate from God and is therefore unchangeable, consistent, and unified. Consequently, not all Christian churches with their dissimilar teachings can provide a fulness of truth. My intent is to assert with testimony and persuasion of scripture the reasons there can be only one Lord, one acceptable […]

Everyone Righteous in America Before Flood

03 August

Journal of Discourses 12:338 “It was here where Enoch preached and published glad tidings of great joy; it was on this land—the American Continent—where he gathered the people from many nations, and built up a city and called it Zion. It was here where the people of God flourished before the flood, and were of one […]

LDS: Bible Prophecies of Book of Mormon

29 June

Journal of Discourses 2:285 “The Latter-day Saints that are now sitting before me, and those who inhabit this Territory, are here in fulfillment of prophecy. We inhabit these mountains because the ancient Prophets have predicted that such an event should take place, and we are fulfilling their predictions in this respect. We believe in that sacred […]

Adam was a Christian

17 June

Prophets and Priesthood in the Old Testament“Adam was earth’s first Christian. He was baptized, confirmed, born of the Spirit, quickened in the inner man, ordained, and received into the holy order of God (see Moses 6:64–68). “The priesthood was first given to Adam; he obtained the First Presidency, and held the keys of it from […]

Adam’s Garments on Noah’s Ark

16 May

Temples of the Ancient World: Ritual and Symbolism, p. 711; “The garment given by God to Adam represents not merely protection and repentance, but authority as well. Of extraordinary brilliance and splendor and possessed of supernatural qualities, Adam’s garment was passed down from Adam to his descendants, who wore it as priestly robes. … It […]

Rewarding Madsen’s Blasphemous Rewording

12 May

The grandson of Heber J. Grant, Truman Madsen(1926-2009) was an LDS scholar, author, BYU philosophy professor, and the poster child of what every Mormon parent would want from their kid. One of his most celebrated works, Eternal Man, is still heralded by Mormons as a masterpiece, and many LDS leaders quote from him in their talks. You […]