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Does a Prophet Always Know Everything?


Is a prophet omniscient? Point here is, that the answer is now. He always is not even the most knowledgeable one. He’s just been called to serve and administer the affairs of the Church, so we would do well to heed his advise. He does have revelatory powers, but they are not “on” 24/7.

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From the Manger to the Cross; the Adult Jesus and Sacrament


I wish to remind everyone again that it was the Adult Jesus, who suffered and died, not the Baby Jesus of the Manger.

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About Beginnings And Ends


Philosophizing about beginnings and ends. Has to do with the bit about knowing God, which is called Eternal life.

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This Is Life Eternal


I try to define knowledge.

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Who Am I — Who Are We in the Eyes of Others


An all-purpose coming-out party for a persecuted minority. Try to figure out which one that is…

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Why Should We Go to The Temple?


How can we be armed with the power of the Lord?

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A Cultist’s “Defense”


Griping about the zealousness of anti-mormon critics…

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Have A Narnia Christmas


Christmas is a conglomeration of disparate traditions. Find your way to make Christmas meaningful.

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Nostalgia Moment


Since today is the 29th anniversary of my baptism, I thought I’d engage in some more exhibitionist self-analysis. I have been on a recovery trend lately, after suffering some health problems, and it is with gratitude that I look at

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On Giving Thanks


I guess our family is among a very small minority of Europeans, who celebrate thanksgiving. For my wife and me it was one of the things that we decided to bring back with us from our forays into the wider

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