How did the atonement affect Christ?

How did the atonement affect Christ?

Question   Dear Gramps, We are told that the Savior suffered beyond all human endurance and pain when he performed the Atonement for all mankind. How is it that he wasn’t mentally and emotionally traumatized by the experience? Rob   Answer   Rob,...
What does “infinite” atonement really mean?

What does “infinite” atonement really mean?

Question   Dear Gramps, If Jesus Christ has paid the price for my sins through an “infinite” atonement, then is it unjust for me to have to also pay a civil penalty for a sin in this life?  For example, if I get a speeding ticket, doesn’t...
Did  Christ’s atonement cover the sin of murder?

Did Christ’s atonement cover the sin of murder?

Question   Gramps, Did Christ’s atonement cover the sin of murder? Ann   Answer   Hello Ann, The sin of murder is a most grievous sin before our God; however, it would be nice if this question was just a simple yes and no answer…it is not....
Why did God need Jesus to atone for our sins?

Why did God need Jesus to atone for our sins?

Question   Gramps, With all of God’s knowledge and power, why did he need Jesus to atone and sacrifice for our sins? Sherlene   Answer   Hello Sherlene, In teaching the people of Gideon, Alma the Younger responded to very much the same question...
Can all be made right through the atonement?

Can all be made right through the atonement?

Question   Dear Gramps,In the April 2014 LDS General Conference, Elder Timothy J. Dyches quoted a statement from the “Preach My Gospel” handbook, “…all that is unfair about life can be made right through the Atonement of Jesus...
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