Was it the Three Nephites?

Was it the Three Nephites?

Question   There is a story in History of Joseph Smith about David Whitmer’s fields being mysteriously plowed and sown by three men. Is it possible that these three men were the three Nephites? Rosanne   Answer   Dear Rosanne, The story in Church...
Is there an official church stance on William Law?

Is there an official church stance on William Law?

Question   Gramps, Is there an official church opinion on William Law? If not, what is your opinion? In reading the Expositor, he strikes me of a man of integrity. Some of his ideals were a little out there, but I couldn’t find anything factually...
Angel retrieves gold plates

Angel retrieves gold plates

Where is it recorded in the LDS scriptures that an angel retrieved the gold plates from Joseph Smith? People in the South have said that story sounds suspicious or “fishy”. They have no problem believing the parting of the Red Sea or that the Lord opened...
What is the Gift of Aaron?

What is the Gift of Aaron?

Question   What is “the gift of Aaron” referred to in D&C 8:6-8? Tim   Answer   Tim, The revelations given to Joseph Smith were often edited prior to publication in order to clarify their application to the Church members who would read...
Should the LDS Church purchase the Kirtland Temple?

Should the LDS Church purchase the Kirtland Temple?

Question   Gramps, It seems to me that the LDS church should purchase the Kirtland Temple. Are you aware of efforts to purchase the property? I guess the current owners are not interested in selling. Thank you. I have enjoyed reading and learning from your...
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