Why do we refer to people in the church as President?

Why do we refer to people in the church as President?

Question   Gramps, Why do we refer to people in the church as president? Why are Elder Eyring and Oaks presidents instead of one of the 14 apostles (and not twelve)? When we say we believe in the same organization that existed in the primitive church these titles...
Did Christ experience a dual suffering?

Did Christ experience a dual suffering?

Question   Gramps, I have heard many of the brethren lay claim to the fact that the Savior suffered once in the garden and then while on the cross he suffered the pains of Gethsemane again. Where can this be validated for further study? I look forward to your...
Why does the date for Easter change?

Why does the date for Easter change?

Question   Dear Gramps, Why does Easter move if it is meant to be the rebirth of Jesus? Patricia   Answer   Dear Patricia, You ask a very complicated question that was a subject of controversy from the early years following the Savior’s resurrection...
Why the absence of the cross?

Why the absence of the cross?

Question   Hi! I’m not in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. But I have a question. And would love to find out an answer. The cross. It seems its absence is fairly complete from the Church, from its buildings, from its literature, no one is...
Why can’t a Catholic be sealed in the temple?

Why can’t a Catholic be sealed in the temple?

Question   Dear Gramps, I am in love with an LDS woman for the past 4 years. I know my heart well, and my feelings for her are pure and honorable. She loves me, but says we won’t be able to marry in the temple and be sealed. We have spoken about this, and...
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